Avishai Cohen Trio
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The Israeli-born Avishai Cohen is credited with one of the most acclaimed jazz albums of the 21st century, Gently Disturbed, released in 2008. What is more, the double bassist has already enchanted audiences at Müpa Budapest three times. In the current line-up of the trio he leads, the Azerbaijani pianist Elchin Shirinov is known not only for his latest Cohen studio album Arvoles (2019), but also for his collaborations with Hungarian musicians. The trio, completed by the talented young drummer Roni Kaspi, is not to be missed once again.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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