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Born and raised in Israel, each of the musicians eventually found themselves in the heart of New York, where they spent years developing their individual style and technique.

In 2009, Assaf Gleizner (Piano, Melodica), Koby Hayon ( Bass, Acoustic Guitar , Oud), and Nadav Snir-Zelniker (Drums, Percussion) came together for their first gig, in which they performed original compositions and arrangements of traditional Israeli repertoire. It only took one show for them to understand the serendipitous connection that was underway. In result, the three musicians moved forward as Trio Shalva, choosing the name for its representation of the Hebrew word for “serenity”.

The trio is set to explore both new and arranged compositions, combining elements of Jazz with Middle- Eastern, Israeli & Jewish influences.

Trio Shalva is happy to announce the release of their new album:”Riding Alone”.

Trio Shalva has shared their music at renowned venues such as The Belleayre Music Festival in Highmount, NY and Caffe Vivaldi in New York City, synagogues, community centers and non-profits.


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Album Breeza by Trio Shalva

Breeza

Self Produced
2014

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Breeza

Okka Disk
2013

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Album Riding Alone by Trio Shalva

Riding Alone

Self Produced
2011

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Album Trio Shalva by Trio Shalva

Trio Shalva

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