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After her acclaimed performance on the occasion of her CD release, we are happy to welcome the fantastic Hila Kulik once again in Berlin. The award-winning Israeli virtuoso has once again gathered some of the best musicians of today's jazz scene to present original compositions, arrangements and jazz standards in her very own special way. Reserve your seats for this exclusive concert as soon as possible!

Hila Kulik began studying piano at the age of 8 and graduated from the Jerusalem Academy in 2010. After playing with many of Israel's finest musicians, Hila came to New York in January 2014 and earned a Master's degree from the Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College in January 2016. Over the past decade, Hila has performed with leading jazz musicians in Israel and abroad, includingAchinoam Nini (Noa), Antonio Hart, Donald Harrison, Michael Varekamp, Bria Skonberg, Pauline Jean (NYC), Shirzette Tinnin and many more. She has performed in countless venues and festivals from Israel to Europe to the USA. In addition to her pianistic activities, she works as a consultant and coordinator for the jazz program at the Aaron Copland School of Music.

Omri Abramov is an Israeli saxophonist. He is co-leader of the jazz fusion band 'Niogi' and leads his own trio in NYC. Born in Jerusalem in 1989, Abramov began his saxophone training at the age of 13 and set foot in the professional world of jazz at the age of 18. By 2011, Abramov had played several times with various groups at some of Israel's leading jazz festivals. His musical portfolio includes collaborations with Odean Pope, Ester Rada, Pete Lockett, Roland Guerin, Shai Maestro, Per Mathisen, Marina Maximilian, Heinrich von Kalnein and more.

Yonatan Levi was born in 1986 in Tel-Aviv, Israel, where he displayed musical tendencies since infancy. He began classical guitar training at age 7 and finished his studies as a music major. At age 13 he was awarded a scholarship for classical stand up bass studies from the Israeli Conservatory of Music in Tel Aviv. By age 16, after turning his attention to Jazz, Levi was playing with some of Israel's Jazz greatest; Amos Hoffman, Amit Golan, Avishai Cohen and others. He was honored a full scholarship to the prestigious Berkeley College of Music. In 2006 he moved to New York City and immersed himself in the New York Jazz world, playing alongside numerous celebrated musicians including Frank Wess, Ben Dixon, Eddie Henderson, Harry Whitaker, Killer (Ray Appleton), and Donald Harrison.

Drummer Amir Bresler was first exposed to jazz music at the age of 15 when he registered for the jazz program at the Thelma-Yellin National High School of the Arts in Givataim, Israel, from which he graduated with honors. In recent years, Amir has established himself as one of Israel's most sought-after drummers, performing in Israel and abroad at prominent local and international jazz festivals. In 2010, Amir joined world-renowned bassist, vocalist and composer Avishai Cohen in concerts around the world. Amir has also performed with guest musicians such as Sam Yahel, Joel Fraham, Mark Turner, Kirk Lightsay and Dwayne Bruno. In addition, Amir plays with various Israeli artists including Daniel Zamir, Kutiman, Gilad Hekselman, Nitai Hershkovits, Shai Maestro, Yotam Silbrestein, Amos Hoffman, Gilad Abro, to name a few.

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