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Rea Meir is an Israeli saxophone and EWI player, arranger and composer. The Rea Meir Group was formed in 2018 near the release of Rea Meir's debut album – Stellar Objects. The group plays original instrumental fusion jazz, for lack of better definition, but with influences from various musical genres.

Band members are: Rea Meir – EWI, Shai Sobol – Guitar, Yaniv Shalev – Bass, Itay HIbsher – Drums.

Since the release of Rea Meir's debut album in Aug 2018, the group had released a live show album “Stellar Objects – Live” , published on Feb 2019. Although The Rea Meir Group was formed recently, the band members have been playing together on different occasions for over 20 years, which create a unique level of chemistry on stage. The group is currently working on new materials. For more info, please visit our homepage: And also follow us on facebook:


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Album Stellar Objects - Live by Rea Meir

Stellar Objects - Live

Self Produced

Album Stellar Objects by Rea Meir

Stellar Objects

Self Produced



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