Ear to Ear: Anat Fort

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Saturday, September 29, 2007

The Village Voice writes that Anat Fort "has a charming way of dispensing pastoralism and an insightful way of lining that pastoralism with depth." The Israeli-born jazz pianist/composer joins David Garland to share her music and talk about her upcoming performance at the Cornelia Street Cafe.

Anat Fort

In addition to her regular presence on the New York City alternative jazz scene, Anat Fort has written works for various ensembles including chamber, chorus, and orchestra. Her latest CD release, A Long Story, also marks her debut with the ECM record label.

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