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Born and raised in Israel, Dan Adler studied jazz guitar, music and composition privately while learning the craft of Jazz by playing with some of Israel’s best known musicians while he was still a teenager.

After moving to the US in 1986, Dan Adler has made New York City his home base and has studied, played and recorded with many of the finest players in the world.

Dan Adler's first CD, All Things Familiar, featuring Grant Stewart on tenor saxophone has been recently released and has received rave reviews.

Dan Adler's second CD, “Back To The Bridge”, is an organ trio featuring Joey DeFrancesco and Byron Landham.


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Read review of “CD Discovery of the week” at JazzWax.com

“Dan Adler may not be as well known as some, but his extraordinary playing on this new CD is sure to change that. Besides Dan’s glittering tone and precision, there are some wonderful solos and great rapport and interplay with the other members of this top-notch group: Grant Stewart, Richard Samuels, Dmitri Kolesnik and Phil Stewart.

The four standards are all well known, and Dan’s arrangements treat them with high regard. The six originals are very inventive, and the title track is a clever take on 'All The Things You Are.' Dan Adler shows off his considerable technique with much taste and professionalism

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Albums

Album Friends on the Moon by Dan Adler

Friends on the Moon

Self Produced
2018

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Back to the Bridge

EastWest Media
2011

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Album Back To The Bridge by Dan Adler

Back To The Bridge

Self Produced
2010

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Album All Things Familiar by Dan Adler

All Things Familiar

Self Produced
2009

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Talia's Waltz

Talia's Waltz

Dan Adler
All Things Familiar

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