Reut Regev

Born and raised in Israel, Trombonist, composer and bandleader Reut Regev started shaping her impressive reputation on the Jazz scene at a young age. At only five years old she was introduced to the piano, and then added the trombone to her repertoire at age thirteen. While in high school, she had the opportunity to play with some of Israel’s most creatively improvisational musicians, as well as perform at Israel’s top Jazz Festivals. Reut eventually decided to concentrate on her beloved trombone, and has proven to be a remarkably inspiring innovator. After serving in Israel’s army band as first Trombnonist and soloist, Reut made her way to NYC, joining her now husband, drummer Igal Foni.

Reut has been living and creating music in NYC for over a decade, collaborating, recording and touring with some of the finest musicians in various fields, including Latin, Klezmer, Rock, Blues, Jazz, contemporary classical and improvised music. Anthony Braxton, Frank London, Butch Morris, Joe Bataan, Firewater, Elliott Sharp, Dave Douglas, Metropolitan Klezmer, Hazmat Modine and many more have picked Reut as their Trombonist of choice for tours, recordings and other projects.

After years of working mostly as a side musician, Reut has finally decided to put her own spin on things. Together with her husband Igal and some of the top musicians in NYC, she has recorded her debut Album “This is R*time” Following the debut R*time's sophmore CD “Exploring the Vibe” was released on Enja Records in 2013.

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Eternal Dance

Savant Records
2020

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Sheroes

Whaling City Sound
2018

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Exploring the Vibe

Enja Records
2013

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This Is R*Time

Ropeadope
2009

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Eternal Dance

From: Eternal Dance
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Bubbles

From: Sheroes
By Reut Regev

Madeleine Forever

From: R*Time Exploring the Vibe
By Reut Regev

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