All About Jazz

Home » Musicians » Shauli Einav

Shauli Einav Shauli Einav

Shauli Einav is a young emerging Jazz saxophonist, he has already performed with his own ensembles on prestigious stages such as the Enjoy Jazz festival, Duc des Lombards (Paris) Red Sea Jazz Festival, Tel Aviv Jazz Festival (with Odean Pope) Israel Festival in Jerusalem, The Rochester Jazz Festival and at the same time was invited to perform with some of todays finest Jazz musicians such as bassist Omer Avital, guitarists Bob Sneider and Frank Gambale, and the late saxophonist Arnie Lawrence among others.

His latest album Opus One has received great reviews by the international jazz media (see quotes below). Einav resides in NYC and performs regularly in the city's clubs.

Gear

Endorsed by L.A Sax Tenor setup: Mark VI 121,xxx. Soprano setup: L.A Sax Big Lip.


Tags

Album Review
Read more articles
”Smartly played, swinging and evocative jazz album “ DownBeat Magazine

“...his immersion in the bebop tradition while revealing a fresh and original voice” JazzTimes

“Shauli Einav is a Titan of the tenor saxophone, a superman of the soprano saxophone and a blowing bundle of virtuosity.” Jazz Inside Magazine

“Shauli Einav recently issued a nice new straight-ahead record called Opus One” A Blog Supreme / NPR Jazz

“His artistic approach captures the listener” Jazzthetik Magazine, Germany

“his expressive horn, imaginative pen and confident band- leading, Einav is already setting himself apart.” All About Jazz NY

“Einav's sound comes across as fresh and innovative - and after hearing this wonderful CD the listener may very well be driven immediately to the replay button.” - Financial Times, Germany

“..Clearly a 28 years old to watch!” - Hallands Nyheter, Sweden

“The originality, creativity and the impressive blowing gives the listener an irresistibly enjoyable feeling” JazzRytmit (Finland)

“...One of Israel's elite musicians...” �” Ma'ariv Daily, Israel

“Opus One has all of the elegance of the old masters while harmonically pushing things forward, and Einay's not even thirty yet

Read more

Primary Instrument

Saxophone

Credentials/Background

Shauli Einav has an extensive experience in jazz education and saxophone particularly. He has taught in several Israeli conservatories before relocating to the United States. In the USA, Shauli is holding a graduate teaching assistant position at the prestigious Eastman School of Music where he teaches the non-jazz majors ensemble. In addition to that, Shauli gave a master class at the Apollo Middle-School in Greece, NY & is going to have another master class in the Jerusalem High-School of the Arts in February '08. Shauli is on Kilroy Music Production Studio's faculty (Riverdale, NY) , and also teaches music at Bet Am Shalom Synagogue, White Plains NY

Read more

Photos

Albums

Album Beam Me Up by Shauli Einav

Beam Me Up

Berthold Records
2016

buy
Album A Truth About Me by Shauli Einav

A Truth About Me

Cristal Records
2014

buy
 

A Truth About Me

Cristal Records
2013

buy
Album Generations by Shauli Einav

Generations

Posi-Tone Records
2013

buy
Album Opus One by Shauli Einav

Opus One

Plus Loin Music
2012

buy

Watch

Similar

John Coltrane John Coltrane
saxophone
Eli Degibri Eli Degibri
saxophone, tenor
Ray Anderson Ray Anderson
trombone
Randy Simon Jazz Project Randy Simon Jazz Project
composer/conductor
Arun Luthra Arun Luthra
saxophone

Shop Amazon

All About Jazz needs your support

Donate
All About Jazz & Jazz Near You were built to promote jazz music: both recorded and live events. We rely primarily on venues, festivals and musicians to promote their events through our platform. With club closures, shelter in place and an uncertain future, we've pivoted our platform to collect, promote and broadcast livestream concerts to support our jazz musician friends. This is a significant but neccesary effort that will help musicians now, and in the future. You can help offset the cost of this essential undertaking by making a donation today. In return, we'll deliver an ad-free experience (which includes hiding the bottom right video ad). Thank you.

Get more of a good thing

Our weekly newsletter highlights our top stories and includes your local jazz events calendar.