Tom Oren Trio
In partnership with RED SEA JAZZ FESTIVAL
"In souls nobly born, valour does not depend upon age". The aphorism is well known, but it suits the pianist Tom Oren, who, at the age of 24, won the 2018 International Piano Competition "Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz", the most prestigious competition of its kind, which makes him an instant celebrity in the world of jazz. Tom Oren is a graduate of the famous "Thelma Yellin" school, where he was already leading a group performing all over the world, and is also a graduate of the Israeli Conservatory. He then studied for two years at the Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music in Israel. In 2012, he moved to Boston, where he attended Berklee College of Music for four years before joining Eli Degibri’s quartet.
An effervescent pianist, he can trace convincing melodic tracks, with daring passages and fiery interactions, with a remarkable delicacy and sense of improvisation. All qualities that the audience of "Jazz à Juan" had been able to discern during his performance with Eli Degibri’s quartet in 2019.
Evening courtesy of the town of Antibes, by invitation only.
Due to the measures currently in force because of COVID 19, we regret to inform you that we cannot make invitation request forms available on the Internet and over the counter for the evenings of 14th and 19th July, as initially planned from 1st April.
Depending on the development of the situation, a new date will be announced later on.
We apologise for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.
The JAZZ A JUAN team