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Hi there,

Just wanted to let you know I'm now taking new students, teaching in NYC or over Skype..

All the best,
Shauli Einav.

www.shaulimusic.com

Check out the latest reviews for my album Opus One (Plus Loin Music):
"Einav is hardly the first in a new Israeli jazz wave that his late mentor Arnie Lawrence did so much to inspire. But with his expressive horn, imaginative pen and confident bandleading, Einav is already setting himself apart." David R. Adler - All About Jazz NY

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

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

"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

"...One of Israel's elite musicians..." - Yossi Harsonsky (Ma'ariv)

"Opus One has all of the elegance of the old masters while harmonically pushing things forward, and Einay’s not even thirty yet. Whatever happened to experience coming with age?" John Garret - PopMatters

"Opus one" a disc of a rare maturity. Discovery is assured, one of the greatest album of this year!" Cook&Book, Belgium

"..a treat for young and old ears looking for a new turn on. Solid stuff throughout." - Midwest Record

"There's always room for improvement from an initial effort, but it's hard to find where Einav can improve much from this solid and likeable album. " - Something Else!

"Jazz fans may not be talking about Israeli saxophonist Shauli Einav yet, but in time they will. Einav’s proper debut, Opus One, is quite an opening statement...boisterous affair heightened by Einav’s aggressive horn, a constant swing and urgent melodies." Doug Simpson, Audiophile Audition

"Shauli Einav’s playful sense of harmonic adventure lends excitement to his very colorful compositions. His attention to tone is pointed, and one feels he is crafting each note’s sound as much as the pieces themselves."
Pianist Tamir Hendelman

"He is extremely imaginative and has the ability to truly improvise at the highest level and most sophisticated level in Jazz"
Saxophonist Walt Weiskopf
 

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Not cool at all Ismail.

I'm sure most SOTW members would not like your comment. I'd strongly suggest you delete it. Don't use this forum in an offensive way.

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Sorry! My first sentence was complete irony, not to be read offensive in the least! Your qualification seems obvious and I liked what I had heard, thus the (ironic) comment. I was seriously wishing for you to find some students that are fun to teach (=inspiring). I just thought that as a very accomplished player, it would be nice for you to meet students that you can really work with productively. Really sorry if I came across offensive...
Best,
Ismail
 

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Sorry! My first sentence was complete irony, not to be read offensive in the least! Your qualification seems obvious and I liked what I had heard, thus the (ironic) comment. I was seriously wishing for you to find some students that are fun to teach (=inspiring). I just thought that as a very accomplished player, it would be nice for you to meet students that you can really work with productively. Really sorry if I came across offensive...
Best,
Ismail
Wasn't the second sentence the clue that you were kidding?
 

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Not cool at all Ismail.

I'm sure most SOTW members would not like your comment. I'd strongly suggest you delete it. Don't use this forum in an offensive way.

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I dunno about that. I thought it was funny. I also thought your over-reaction to what was obviously a joke, marks you as someone who might take himself a little too seriously.
 
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