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An Evening with Sivan Arbel -Zoom webinar May 27, 7 PM Eastern Time


Critically acclaimed ​Sivan Arbel , an Israeli vocalist, composer, arranger, and a popular  talent on the international jazz scene will perform via a Zoom Webinar at (time) May 27 presented by World Artists Experiences.

Her original music, arrangements and lyrics and other diverse musical influences can be traced to  her Israeli roots and global travels. She has developed a personal style as she entertains in jazz festivals and other venues around the world.  

She ​ ​has​ ​collaborated with an array of international musicians in presenting her special arrangements and musical style. She received rave reviews after her previous appearance in Annapolis in January 2019.

Two self-released albums headline her resume. Sivan’s debut album ​“Broken Lines”​ (2016) received​ immediate international recognition and media coverage. In his extensive review, Travis Rogers, Jr. – The Jazz Owl wrote: “Broken Line​s is a wonder. Sivan Arbel has captured love and longing, respect and reflection, and then set loose an emotional and lyrical watercolor that remains fresh and lively long after the album has ended. To transmit such joy—and for it to remain so long after—must be the greatest gift one can give. So it is with Sivan, she imparts joy and it remains.”

Her second album, ​“Change of Light”​ (2019), was selected by Jazz2K as Best Vocal Disc of 2019. The album was also listed​d by The 41st Annual Jazz Station Awards as “Top Vocal Jazz Album​” and was included in ​Giancarlo Mei's “Musical Choice for 2019”.

Sivan has performed in festivals and venues across the globe including ​the Minsk Jazz Festival, Bratislava Jazz Days Festival, Lincoln Center in NYC, Boston Jazz Festival, 4020 Festival in Austria, and more​. In 2016, Sivan was invited to participate in the Jazz Composers Series as part of the annual Montreal Jazz Festival.

Sivan​ ​has​ ​collaborated with an array of international musicians, including Brazilian pandeiro player Tulio Araújo, award winning pianist Guy Mintus, virtuoso band of Ichimujin (Japan) and award-winning Trumpet player Rachel Therrien. Among other milestones, she represented Israel in Venezuela (South America, 2012) as the headline performer in the Israeli Independence Day Celebration and appeared as a company singer in the Pre-Eurovision program in Israel.

Before coming to New York, Sivan​ ​established herself as a rising talent in Israel and Dublin after forming ​“The Sivan Arbel Septet​”. In June 2014, Sivan​ ​was honored to be the sole representative of Newpark Music Centre at the 24th Annual International Association of Schools of Jazz (IASJ) in South Africa, which was established by Dave Leibman and founded by Walter Turkenburg. Sivan holds a B.A. with High Honors in Jazz Performance from the Newpark Music Centre in Dublin, Ireland, and is a graduate of the acclaimed Rimon School of Music in Israel in jazz performance.

Sivan Arbel is a young singer with an angelic, elastic tone” ~ All About Jazz

"Standing firmly at the crossroads of Moroccan, Brazilian, Indian and Israeli influences, Arbel refines a genre-bending array of emotional ore in her image” ~ Downbeat Magazine

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When: May 27, 2021 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)


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