Queenta- Woman Jazz Festival
A New Jazz Festival Created by the Yellow-Submarine
open doors 18:00
Queenta- a Jazz Festival dedicated to female creation. From across the world to Israel, from known international female artists to innovative, inspiring, local female creators. Three days of beauty, grace, and sensational talent.
Featuring: Carolina Cohen & Ariacne Trujillo Duran (international concert, Cuba), Anat Fort & Mayu Shviro, Chen Levy in tribute to Shoshana Damari, Meital Waldmann & Nitsan Kolko, Stav Achai, Julia Feldman & Hagit Goldberg, Inbar Fridman, Ariel Bart, Katia Toobool & Hadar Noiberg.
Ariacne Trujillo Duran & Carolina Cohen “Furies”
Opening Concert – Latin Jazz
Ariacne- Native of Havana, Cuba- A Phenomenal musician, fascinating on stage. Cuban salsa-jazz singer & pianist, inspiringly masters the piano, lightly maneuvering her voice between classic Latin tradition and jazz & soul nuances.
Arrived in the US in 2002, Ariacne is considered a virtuoso pianist and singer in New-York. Acknowledged for concerts in the finest Jazz Festivals across the world and musical collaborations with great artists such as: Paul Simon, Winton Marsalis & the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, Johnny Pacheco, Paquito D’Rivera, John Scofield, Issac Delgado and Esperanza Spalding.
Joined by Carolina Cohen- A known and sought-after Argentinian percussionist and singer- Ariacne will perform modern original Afro-Cuban music, combining jazz standards and Cuban folk music.
Concert concept- Afro\Cuba\Argentina\Salsa\Party!
Inbar Fridman, international jazz guitarist active in the field in Israel, New-York and Europe for the past 20 years. Performing her original music in ensembles across Europe and Israel, Inbar takes part in international music projects, alongside the legendary drummer- Billy Cobham- among others.
Characterized by sophistication and subtilty, Inbar’s music is internationally praised in journals. Her improvisation demonstrates profound technical mastery along with lyricism and melodiousness. Emerging from traditional jazz foundations, she incorporates textures and colors of Pop music and individual style. Inbar’s art poses a gateway between jazz eras and movements, as well as between the genre and the audience.
Besides her deep familiarity within the phrases and scales of the jazz world, Inbar composes her own wild and passionate music: captivating, intriguing poetry in fine Hebrew.
Together with her original composition, Inbal will combine both worlds.
Guitar (Inbar Fridman), keyboard (Katia Toobool), drums (David Sirkis), electric bass (Eli Or), vocals (Vered Dekel).
Stav Achai, piano & keyboard player, composer and arranger, leading an original music ensemble.
Both great performers, composers and groove lovers, Roni and Stav are well known in the jazz scene.
They have never performed together, making it inevitable for them to finally meet
Piano (Stav Achai)
Concept: curiosity and fireworks!