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Daniel Zamir

Teaches Saxophone, Songwriting

About Daniel Zamir

Daniel Zamir is a saxophonist, vocalist composer, and bandleader. Though he often plays alto, the soprano horn is considered his primary instrument. His blend of modern jazz draws as much from klezmer, liturgical, and Hasidic traditional music, the rhythms of India and West Africa, as it does from jazz. Zamir was drawn to the sound of the saxophone at a young age and began studying the instrument at the age of 12. Hearing Charlie Parker for the first time had a great effect upon him, and from that point on, he focused on music studies. Zamir attended a Tel Aviv high school that specialized in the arts and offered an intensive music program. In addition to the music of Charlie Parker, some of Zamir’s early influences include Eric Dolphy, John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman, Pat Metheny, and John Zorn.

In late 1998, he relocated to N.Y.C., where he met percussionist Kevin Zubek and bassist Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz, with whom he formed SATLAH, as well as well-known N.Y.C. musicians including Zorn. Zamir has also worked occasionally with members of the downtown scene, including Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Marc Ribot, and Calvin Weston. SATLAH’s recorded debut includes a guest appearance by Zorn and was released in March 2000 on the Tzadik label. Zamir followed it with I Believe, also on the Tzadik imprint. In 2006, Zamir released Amen, on 8th Note in Israel. The album drew global accolades and became the best-selling jazz record in his country’s history.

In his home country, Zamir’s popularity had transcended that of a mere jazzman. He is in demand as a collaborator in studio and on-stage with a host of Israel’s best-known pop musicians including Eviatar Banai, Yoni Rechter, Shlomo Gronich, Berry Sakharof, Ehud Banai, Amir Benayoun, and Danny Sanderson.

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$80 - $120 for 45-60 minutes

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$180 for 30 minutes

Discounts : 10% per lesson for 2+ lessons,15% per lesson for 4+ lessons,20% per lesson for 8+ lessons
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Daniel Zamir

Saxophone
Songwriting
  • Learn from the scratch
  • Improve your technique
  • Covers Theory
  • Prepare for event
  • 45-120 mins

$80 - $120

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ABOUT Daniel Zamir

Daniel Zamir is a saxophonist, vocalist composer, and bandleader. Though he often plays alto, the soprano horn is considered his primary instrument. His blend of modern jazz draws as much from klezmer, liturgical, and Hasidic traditional music, the rhythms of India and West Africa, as it does from jazz. Zamir was drawn to the sound of the saxophone at a young age and began studying the instrument at the age of 12. Hearing Charlie Parker for the first time had a great effect upon him, and from that point on, he focused on music studies. Zamir attended a Tel Aviv high school that specialized in the arts and offered an intensive music program. In addition to the music of Charlie Parker, some of Zamir’s early influences include Eric Dolphy, John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman, Pat Metheny, and John Zorn.

In late 1998, he relocated to N.Y.C., where he met percussionist Kevin Zubek and bassist Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz, with whom he formed SATLAH, as well as well-known N.Y.C. musicians including Zorn. Zamir has also worked occasionally with members of the downtown scene, including Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Marc Ribot, and Calvin Weston. SATLAH’s recorded debut includes a guest appearance by Zorn and was released in March 2000 on the Tzadik label. Zamir followed it with I Believe, also on the Tzadik imprint. In 2006, Zamir released Amen, on 8th Note in Israel. The album drew global accolades and became the best-selling jazz record in his country’s history.

In his home country, Zamir’s popularity had transcended that of a mere jazzman. He is in demand as a collaborator in studio and on-stage with a host of Israel’s best-known pop musicians including Eviatar Banai, Yoni Rechter, Shlomo Gronich, Berry Sakharof, Ehud Banai, Amir Benayoun, and Danny Sanderson.

Daniel Zamir

Saxophone
Songwriting
  • Learn from the scratch
  • Improve your technique
  • Covers Theory
  • Prepare for event
  • 45-120 mins

$80 - $120

BOOK NOW

ABOUT Daniel Zamir

Daniel Zamir is a saxophonist, vocalist composer, and bandleader. Though he often plays alto, the soprano horn is considered his primary instrument. His blend of modern jazz draws as much from klezmer, liturgical, and Hasidic traditional music, the rhythms of India and West Africa, as it does from jazz. Zamir was drawn to the sound of the saxophone at a young age and began studying the instrument at the age of 12. Hearing Charlie Parker for the first time had a great effect upon him, and from that point on, he focused on music studies. Zamir attended a Tel Aviv high school that specialized in the arts and offered an intensive music program. In addition to the music of Charlie Parker, some of Zamir’s early influences include Eric Dolphy, John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman, Pat Metheny, and John Zorn.

In late 1998, he relocated to N.Y.C., where he met percussionist Kevin Zubek and bassist Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz, with whom he formed SATLAH, as well as well-known N.Y.C. musicians including Zorn. Zamir has also worked occasionally with members of the downtown scene, including Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Marc Ribot, and Calvin Weston. SATLAH’s recorded debut includes a guest appearance by Zorn and was released in March 2000 on the Tzadik label. Zamir followed it with I Believe, also on the Tzadik imprint. In 2006, Zamir released Amen, on 8th Note in Israel. The album drew global accolades and became the best-selling jazz record in his country’s history.

In his home country, Zamir’s popularity had transcended that of a mere jazzman. He is in demand as a collaborator in studio and on-stage with a host of Israel’s best-known pop musicians including Eviatar Banai, Yoni Rechter, Shlomo Gronich, Berry Sakharof, Ehud Banai, Amir Benayoun, and Danny Sanderson.

July 2022
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
27282930123
45678910
11121314151617
18192021222324
25262728293031
July 2022
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
27282930123
45678910
11121314151617
18192021222324
25262728293031

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