Jazz Concerts and Shows

Anat Cohen and Trio Brasiliero International Tour
Wed, May 3 ~ Sat, May 27

Triobrasilero by clara angeleas-2
Photo Credit - Clara Angeleas
From Seattle to Milan, Italy through May 2017
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5/3 - Seattle, WA @ Triple Door
5/4 - Portland, OR @ Old Church
5/6 - Los Angeles, CA @ Blue Whale
5/7 - Phoenix, AZ @ MIM
5/9 - Albuquerque, NM @ Outpost
5/11 - Santa Cruz, CA @ Kuumbwa
5/12 - San Jose, CA @ Cafe Stritch
5/13 & 14 - Denver, CO @ Dazzle
5/15 - Chicago, IL @ City Winery
5/16 & 17 - New York, NY @ Jazz Standard
5/19 - Nantes, France @Pannonica
5/20 - Coutances, France @Theatre Municipal
5/23 - Munich, Germany @Jazzclub Unterfahrt
5/25 - Prague, Czech Republic @Jazzdock
5/27 - Milan, Italy @Blue Note Milano

Anat Cohen, celebrated the world over for her expressive clarinet virtuosity and charismatic stage presence, presents two high-spirited new albums of Brazilian music: Outra Coisa: The Music of Moacir Santos and Rosa Dos Ventos. Both albums were recorded in Rio de Janeiro and Brasilia as close collaborations with native musicians - Outra Coisa with Marcello Gonçalves (who plays the 7-string guitar) and Rosa Dos Ventos with Trio Brasileiro: Dudu Maia (bandolim, the Brazilian mandolin), Douglas Lora (7-string guitar) and Alexandre Lora (percussion, including the pandeiro, a Brazilian frame drum). Melodically and rhythmically irresistible, both albums will be released by Anzic Records on April 28, 2017.

Anat - born and raised in a musical family in Tel Aviv but a resident of New York City since 1999 - has been declared Clarinetist of the Year by the Jazz Journalists Association every year since 2007. She has also been named the

top clarinetist in both the readers and critics polls in DownBeat Magazine, the jazz bible, for multiple years running. The Chicago Tribune summed up Anat’s appeal this way: “The lyric beauty of her tone, easy fluidity of her technique and extroverted manner of her delivery make this music accessible to all.” Since she first visited the country in 2000, Brazil has become a home away from home for Anat, a frequent destination for her to explore in depth music that has captured her heart. Several of her previous seven albums as a leader feature Brazilian classics and original pieces she composed under the influence of Brazilian music.