Jazz in the Garden
Shira Z. Carmel and her Brasserie - Cabaret jazz
Concert as Part of the Cultural Summer Program 2016
On July 17, the musical discovery "Shira Z. Carmel and her Brasserie" will have the Museum Garden swaying to the beat.
Shira Z. Carmel is a versatile artist from Jerusalem who explores the sparkle and depths of all things human in her music. Be they in English, Hebrew or Yiddish, Carmel’s songs are about life and death, war and peace, the artistic and the banal, and express the different sides of her Israeli-Jewish identity.
She is coming to the museum with her latest musical adventure – Shira Z. Carmel and her Brasserie is an avant-groove-brass band, dancing on the fine line between jazz, art, and pop. In this unusual ensemble, Carmel the singer-songwriter presents her whole musical spectrum from Amy Winehouse covers to Yiddish poems from Birobidzhan set to music.
- Shira Z. Carmel (vocals, composition)
- Orr Sinay (arrangements)
- Oded Levi (drums)
- Péter Lengyel (tuba)
- Yaron Ouzana (trombone)
- Tal Avraham (trumpet)
- Nitai Levi (bass clarinet)
- Noam Shapira (saxophone)
- Tomer Anikam (clarinet)
For a first impression of "Shira Z. Carmel and her Brasserie," see YouTube.
Where, when, what?
17 July 2016, 11 am - 1 pm