"Daniel Zamir, probably one of the world's leading soprano sax players."
Daniel Zamir is one of Israel's biggest jazz talents, performing on stages worldwide for the past 19 years. His first albums were recorded for "Tzdik" records, produced and guest appearances by John Zorn. Together with becoming a leading voice in the world of jazz, Zamir became closer to the Jewish religion, and has become a chossid. His original music as his famous solos is a whole that is bigger than the sum of its parts, full of rich textures, and many sources of inspiration, faith.
Till this day, Zamir released 13 albums, all of them distributed internationally. His debut Israeli album, "Amen", has become a tremendous success and turned out to be the most selling jazz album in Israel's history.
Zamir also involved in projects in cinema and TV, as a composer writer and even actor. Zamir played with Matisyahu on many of his shows worldwide.
Daniel Zamir Trio is was born through the natural gathering and the amazing connection that the band members have with each other.read more
Daniel Zamir is a saxophonist, vocalist composer, and bandleader. He is considered to be amongst the best soprano sax players today, his unique sound and style are known and recognized world wide. His blend of modern jazz draws as much from klezmer, liturgical, and Hasidic traditional music, the rhythms of India and West Africa, as it does from jazz. Daniel Zamir Trio is was born through the natural gathering and the amazing connection that the band members have with each other. Zamir has known guitar virtuoso Nitzan Bar who for some years now. Nitzan is a senior partner with Zamir on stage in their famous duo shows and other shows as well. Daniel Dor, the amazing drummer, played at a drummers competition Zamir was judging about 11 years ago, and they immediately hooked up and played together for years before he started playing with bassist Avishai Cohen for 5 years. The amazing connection is between 3 people that hear music very similarly with very strong communication. The music is full of energy, the trio moves as one unit full of lovego to epk
A collaboration between giant Jewish saxophone player Daniel Zamir and SHALOSH Joining their forces for a powerful quartet.read more
A super group of Israeli Jazz! A special collaboration between SHALOSH, the ‘ACT’ signed piano trio that has been exploding in the international jazz scene, with more than 300 concerts on Europe’s biggest stages, and Daniel Zamir, one of Israel’s most influential and important musicians in the past 20 years, who created a whole genre of Jewish Jazz in Israeli music. The collaboration will play compositions by SHALOSH and Zamir, combining SHALOSH’s unique sound combining jazz, rock classical and electronic music, with Zamir’s fierce and intense improvisations.go to epk
Celebrating Bar Mitzvah, 13 years, to the monumental jazz album "Amen", we're happy to release the album's songbook, including all the tracks from the album perfectly transcribed, plus some of Zamir's solos transcribed exactly, original never before released photos from the 2006 session, stories about the making of the album, and more. The album that was released in 2006 was born by a coincidence and became the most selling jazz album in Israel ever.
Saxophone, Vocals, Voice, Producer – Daniel Zamir Drums – Mark Guiliana, Amir Bresler Piano – Nitay Hershkovitz, Shay Maestro Violin – Adam Mader
Daniel Zamir – One
Daniel Zamir – Amen
Daniel Zamir - Elay (2019)
Bsd, Dear all! Happy to announce our Passover gift package: "Amen" music sheet book, "Amen" digital edition Any 5 pieces by Zamir, to your choice, in digital edition. All for 120 NIS / 40 US$ For your choice of digital sheets please send an email with your name and phone number to: email@example.com
Danny Zamir is an astounding young alto saxophonist/composer from Israel who plays with a passion, command and mastery unheard of in a musician of only nineteen. Moving to NYC in 1998, Danny hooked up with two kindred spirits to create their telepathic trio, SATLAH, which brings together elements of Masada, Steve Coleman, Ornette and David Sanborn into a music very much their own. Featuring John Zorn on three tracks, this is an incredible debut recording of new Jewish music by three musicians you will certainly be hearing a lot more from in the future. "These guys play with a love and passion that’s exhilarating - this is the real thing." - John Zorn
bsd Celebrating Bar Mitzvah, 13 years, to the monumental jazz album "Amen", we're happy to release the album's songbook, including all the tracks from the album perfectly transcribed, plus some of Zamir's solos transcribed exactly, original never before released photos from the 2006 session, stories about the making of the album, and more.