International Jazz Saxophonist/Composer/Recording Artist Sagit Zilberman has toured, recorded and shared the stage with some of the finest musicians in contemporary music. An Alumna of Berklee College of Music, Sagit’s passionate dedication and skillful execution on her instrument has been widely acknowledged, having been the recipient of many coveted awards; among them, Berklee’s prestigious “Sadao Watanabe Award” (2009) which was presented by respected Saxophonist and Berklee Woodwind Department Chair, Bill Pierce, for excellent musicianship. A native of Israel, Sagit started off in a casual courtship with jazz which quickly blossomed into a full blown betrothal following a season of honorable military service and an extended moment of reflective soul searching needed in order to clarify her purpose.. see more
Sharing the emotions of happiness, centeredness, and affection through music is highly satisfying and uplifting . This album was produced in 2006-7 in Israel due to inspired idea of a kind and generous man Jeffrey D. Macklis. Still in awe of the bands' performance as I blaze away on these tunes. Recorded and published in Israel.
Amalur Quartet - they spotted me at Berklee way after graduation. Berklee College of Music - love that place, and the passion and creativity in it.
Another cheer for Berklee, playing my graduation recital featuring a beautiful free spirit comrade Mor Ben-Yakir
Cuban Report/Grzegorz Rogala cool Polish joint, good representation of our tours in earthy Polish towns. A lot of booze, friendship, and genuine appreciation for music and art.
this Piece was composed by John Zorn, arranged by Grzegorz Rogala and performed at a jazz festival. It depicts the story of Job from the Old Testament.
Get into a biblical state of mind. A musical interpretation of the Old Testament's - Crossing the Red Sea. I love this story because it's on the borderline of the natural phenomenon and the miraculous, power of faith and vision.