Das Donnerstagskonzert: Danielle Friedman Group feat. Aviv Noam

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Das Donnerstagskonzert: Danielle Friedman Group feat. Aviv Noam
Danielle Friedman (p), Hugo Reydet (b), Aidan Löwe (dr), & Special Guest Featured: Aviv Noam (sax)
…Contemporary, open / free Jazz.

“The considerable degree of balance and integration of melody, harmony and rhythm, of composition
and improvisation, of exploration and improvisation, individuality and tradition is impressively
maintained throughout as Miss Friedman references not only the Jazz tradition, but also draws from all
things classical, which seems to be just as integral to Miss Friedman’s musical impetus.”
– Raul Da Gama, JazzdaGama

Danielle Friedman is an Israeli pianist based in Berlin. She studied at The Israeli conservatory in Tel
Aviv (CJS), and in 2014 she moved to New York City to study with a full scholarship at The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music. In New York, she formed Danielle Friedman Trio and the project D&DF&P- Free improvisation Duo with dancer Doron Perk. Since 2016, the Trio has performed in New York, Switzerland and Italy, and recently released their debut album “School of Fish” independently. D&DF&P performed in both multi-disciplinary events and a full length production in Dixon Place NYC, and has toured Israel during December 2017 – with performances and masterclasses in Tel Aviv-Yafo, Jerusalem and Haifa. D&DF&P premieres this winer in Berlin, and will tour in Europe during the summer of 2019.

Aviv Noam is an Israeli born Alto & Baritone Saxophone player who currently lives and plays In the city
of Amsterdam. After studying for many years with artists like Yuval Cohen and ECM artist Anat Fort in Tel Aviv, Aviv moved to Amsterdam to continue his artistic journey in Europe. He is a part of various Amsterdam groups such as his own project: „Aviv Noam Quartet“ and onward into different genres to a Band like „Valvetronic Brassband“ or „Samuele Ghezzi Blues Band“ (main influences: Charles Mingus, John Coltrane, Ornette Colman, Shai Maestro, Avishai Cohen…)

Aidan Lowe is an Australian drummer based in Berlin since 2012. He has performed and recorded as
a freelance musician across many genres including jazz, folk and hip hop. He is currently a member of
groups including Far East Trio (SCO/DE/AU), Bitter Blond (NL/AT/DE/AU), Eyal Lovett Trio (Israel/DE), Antipodes (AU/NZ), and Burrows (AU). With these bands and many others he has been fortunate to tour extensively in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and China. His most recent studio recording is the Antipodes album Good Winter, released 2018 on Rattle Records NZ.

Hugo Reydet has started playing music in 2002 at the conservatory in Chambéry. In 2007, he attended the Conservatory of Lyon, studying in Jerôme Regard’s class. Hugo has played with Mario Stanchev (2007 – 2009), Pierre Drevet (2008), Gaël Horellou (2010), Pierre Lafrenaye (2008 – 2011), Zaza Desiderio (2012 – 2014), Mohammed Abozekry (2009 – 2014), and has played with many projects such as DOF trio, Kartet K, Comma trail, Leslie Quintet, ElonaKane, Heejaz and more.