Tel Aviv gig with Arnon Palty, Avi Adrian, Rony Holan Thank you to everyone who came to our gig in Tel Aviv at בית היוצר. So much fun playing with such great musicians: Arnon Palty, Avi Adrian, Rony Hola. Share this: Twitter Facebook Like this: Like Loading… Related Posted in MusicTagged Arnon Palty, Avi Adrian, […] … Continue readingTel Aviv gig with Arnon Palty, Avi Adrian, Rony Holan
Please Join us us for the “Friends On The Moon” CD Release Event with the full original band: This is a one-time event: Arnon Palty, who co-wrote and co-produced the music with Dan Adler, is traveling from Israel, Donald Vega is busy touring with his own trio and with Ron Carter, and Byron Wookie Landham is busy touring with Joey DeFrancesco, Pat Bianchi and others.
We will meet for this one special evening in NYC to present the music we had so much fun recording together. I really hope you can join us at the Triad Theatre, 158 West 72 St. NYC, Feb 4 at 9pm! … Continue reading“Friends On The Moon” CD Release Event
Welcome to Episode 8) of Active Listening in Jazz. welcome you to Episode 8) of Active Listening in Jazz. Now we are going to talk about one of the most important building blocks about Jazz and that is the idea of a musical motif. … Continue readingActive Listening In Jazz, Ep. 8): Story & Motif
Hello everyone and welcome to Episode 5) of Active Listening in Jazz: Harmony and Improv. My name is Dan Adler and today we’re going to start to unlock the story of how melody and harmony are interrelated in Jazz. … Continue readingActive Listening In Jazz, Ep. 5) Harmony & Improv
Welcome to Episode 4) of Active Listening In Jazz: Miles Davis,: So What? Now we’re going to talk about the 16 bar form or 32 depending on how you count the bars … Continue readingActive Listening In Jazz, Ep. 4) Miles Davis: ‘So What?’
Welcome back to the third episode of Active Listing In Jazz, ‘Miles Davis: So What?’ by Dan Alder. Each solo has its own micro-structure. So we will try to look at the structure of a solo in this episode. … Continue readingActive Listening in Jazz, Ep. 3) Form
Welcome back to the second episode of Active Listing In Jazz: Intro and Singalong by Dan Alder.
If you have been curious about Jazz, I hope this helps you become a more active listener. If you are a Jazz musician, I hope you will share this with your friends and family. … Continue readingActive Listening in Jazz, Ep. 2) The Blues
Hi everyone my name is Dan Adler and I’d like to welcome you to my new series about ‘Active Listening in Jazz’. Now what is Active Listening in Jazz ? That’s what we’ll try to go over here. … Continue readingActive Listening in Jazz, Ep. 1) Intro & Singalong
Dan Adler – Guitar, Tal Ronen – Bass, Amir Bresler – Drums, Live at the Tel Aviv Jazz Festival, February 18, 2011. Video production: Tamar Singer. Recorded on the album “All Things Familiar” featuring Grant Stewart. … Continue readingDan Adler at the Tel Aviv Jazz Festival: “Sivan’s Samba”
Excerpt from “Blues for Keren” from a live concert (May 3, 2009) with the “All Things Familiar” band: Dan Adler – Guitar, Grant Stewart – Tenor Sax, Richard Samuels – Piano, Dmitri Kolesnik – Bass, Phil Stewart – Drums. … Continue readingDan Adler with the “All Things Familiar” Band
Dan Adler Trio at “Bar Next Door”, NYC, August 2010 (All Things Familiar) featuring, Dan Adler – Guitar, Dmitri Kolesnik – Bass, Phil Stewart – Drums … Continue readingDan Adler Trio at “Bar Next Door”, NYC, August 2010 (All Things Familiar)
Inventive guitarist Dan Adler explores a mixture of standards and originals with the top jazz organist of the past 20 years, Joey DeFrancesco, in Back To The Bridge. … Continue readingMy New CD; Back To The Bridge; (Featuring Joey DeFrancesco)
On this new CD besides Dan Adler’s glittering tone and precision, there are some wonderful solos and great rapport and interplay with the other members of this top-notch group: Grant Stewart, Richard Samuels, Dmitri Kolesnik and Phil Stewart. … Continue readingDan Adler’s Debut Album: “All Things Familiar”
In this interview with Jazz Guitar Life, Dan Adler shares his ability to juggle two careers, his thoughts on the growth of Jazz Guitar coming out of Israel, and much more. A great read ! … Continue readingNew Interview at Jazz Guitar Life