David Broza

Israeli superstar David Broza is considered one of the world’s most dynamic and vibrant performers.

He did more for the Middle East peace process in eight days than Secretary of State John Kerry has done in two years. ” – Jordan Hoffman, Vanity Fair

Catie Curtis

Catie Curtis’s list of accomplishments spans 14 albums, songs featured on TV shows “Grey’s Anatomy”, “Dawson’s Creek”, and “Felicity”; and movies like “Finding Graceland” and “A Slipping Down Life”.

Folk Rock Goddess” – The New Yorker

Randy Brecker

Jazz trumpeter and composer Randy Brecker has helped shape the sound of jazz, R&B and rock for more than four decades.

His crisp, clean trumpet sound and decidedly melodic approach combined to offer an entirely delightful musical expression that could well serve as a beacon for contemporary jazz.”
– Los Angeles Times

Omer Netzer

Omer is, without a doubt, one of the unique and 
fascinating new voices in Israeli music in the past year.

One of the biggest discoveries of the past year.  
Galgalatz, Israeli National Radio

Tim Kubart

2016 Grammy Winner for Best Children’s Album

Tim Kubart is a Grammy Award Winning and Emmy Nominated entertainer and content creator for all ages. His mission in work and in life is to spread kindness and joy, and to encourage others to do the same.

(Tim Kubart) doesn’t sound like a group of children’s musicians, and it certainly doesn’t sound spaced out. It’s jaunty pop tunes seem to have come straight from a teenager’s iPod, but the subjects of the lyrics…win the affection of younger listeners, too.” –The New York Times



Tamar Eisenman

Tamar Eisenman is one of Israel’s unique voices.

“Don’t let Tamar Eisenman’s diminutive stature fool you – she’s a musical heavyweight.”  David Brinn,  Jerusalem Post

Bella Hardy



She has created nothing short of a masterpiece” – The Sunday Times

Kiran Ahluwalia

At once contemplative and rockin, traditional and innovative, Kiran Ahluwalia and her band create a hybrid of Indian and Pakistani grooves, Saharan blues and Western Jazz.

Ahluwalia is busy honing a transnational sound as fresh as tomorrow”  – Seattle Times

Bari Koral

As a popular kids/family recording artist Bari has been featured in many educational & parents magazines including People Magazine and the New York Times.

“Sheryl Crow for kids”  NY Post

“‘The IT girl’ in kids/family music”  NY Magazine

Debashish Bhattacharya

Hindustani slide guitarist Debashish Bhattacharya operates out of Kolkata, tours internationally and has a heavy load of awards and accolades under his belt. He was nominated for a Grammy in 2009 for Calcutta Chronicles.

You can almost see his fingers sliding over the strings as he teases exquisite, metallic tendrils of sound from them.” – BBC Music

Loston Harris

His piano playing has been described as “percussive” with “incredibly fluid”. His vocals noted as “suave.” Loston himself will tell you he has worked hard during his career but knows he’s been blessed with the opportunities to play the music closest to his heart, jazz.

Loston is a singular sensation of what music is in NY and all over the world. He is fantastic. There is nobody like him.— John Pizzarelli

Ada Rovatti

She has performed in important festivals  such as JVC in NYC Rochester Jazz Festival, IAJE, Detroit Jazz Fest, Montreal Jazz Fest appearing  and performing with an impressive and diverse list of artists and bands such as: Mike Stern, Randy Brecker, Miroslav Vitous, John McLaughlin,  James Moody, Anne Ducros, Bob Mintzer, Victor Bailey, Joanne Brackeen, Aretha Franklin, Herbie Hancock, Vinnie Colaiuta, Jimmmy Heath Patti Austin and many others.

Ada Rovatti, fills the saxophone hot seat with soaring aplomb.” — John Adams, The Herald Scotland

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