Ehud Asherie

He was born December 20, 1979. Instrument: Piano. Born December 20, 1979, he is a major figure in the New York City Jazz scene. Since the age of 7, he has been learning piano. He attended the New School University jazz program in 1997 and 1998, where he studied privately with Frank Hewitt, a jazz pianist. He is currently studying with Jeff Goldstein, a classical pianist teacher. He has been regularly playing at Smalls Jazz Club for two years with his own trio, The Grant Stewart Quartet, and the Neil Miner Quartet. He was also a Village Vanguard Orchestra rehearsal pianist. He has performed with many notables, including Joe Cohn and Billy Drummond, Bobby Durham and Frank Gant, as well as Jimmy Green, Dennis Irwin and Jimmy Lovelace, Bob Mover, Tim Pleasant, Ben Street, Mark Taylor, and Joe Magnarelli. He is part of Trio65, a group that includes bass player Joseph Lepore as well as drummer Tommaso Cappellato. Ehud Asherie’s musical versatility and knowledge are rare for a young pianist. Ehud Asherie’s playing is influenced by classical music and pianists like Thelonius Monk, Erroll Garner, and Thelonius Monk. Ehud adds elements from his vast collection of musical quotes to enrich his melodic lines, complex rhythmic riffs, and rich melody. Allabout jazz

Leave a Comment