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The musicians

Ben- Asher
Born in 1965, a drummer, percussionist and teacher. He studied at the Metronome Drum School and at the Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music. Taught drums in many music schools. Over the years he has played in many rock and jazz bands and has appeared on television and at many festivals such as the Arad Festival, the Klezmer Festival in Zfat, the Abu Ghosh Festival and the Red Sea Jazz Festival in Eilat.
Gil Bar-Tal
Born in 1971, an electric bass player. He studied musicology at Bar Ilan University. He played in various ensembles, including about four years in the Holon Big Band under the direction  of Ilan Mochich, with singer Dafna Armoni as part of a tribute show to Ella Fitzgerald conducted by pianist Kobi Erlich, accompanied by Jonathan Carmon's dance troupe to the Israel Expo in Portugal.
Yuval Shay-El
Born in 1963, multidisciplinary composer, pianist and trumpet player. He holds a master's degree in music from Boston University. Among the discs he recorded are  'Summer 97', piano duet - guitar, 'One Song One Dance', with Atmos Trio, and 'Yuval Shay-El', which includes 4 original works written by him for various chamber ensembles.
Guy Nahmias
Born in 1975, saxophonist and flutist. He studied at the Rimon School of Contemporary Jazz and Music and won first place in the annual composition competition. He then studied at the Buchman-Mehta School of Music at Tel Aviv University and completed a bachelor's degree in composition. Played in theater performances. Performed at the Red Sea Jazz Festival in Eilat, the Women's Festival in Holon and the Klezmer Festival in Zfat. Teaches saxophone and flute in music schools.
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