Abe Ovadia Plays The Music of John Coltrane

Abe Ovadia

Musicvox Guitars describes Abe Ovadia as "Jazz phenom, innovator, & a breath of fresh air and excitement." Since his New York City arrival in 2009, Abe Ovadia has become an essential part of the city's jazz scene as a guitarist & composer. His group performs at many of New York's top jazz clubs including The Metropolitan Room, Cornelia Street Cafe, Jazz at Kitano, The Bar Next Door, The Falcon among others.

Abe's style is stated as "modern jazz complexity with post-grunge rock influences" by All About Jazz. His musical versatility reaches a wider audience at venues including Sullivan Hall, Rockwood Music Hall, & Pianos. In 2010, Abe was heard by by Half Note Records Producer Jeff Levenson. Abe was given the title as a "Promising Artist of the 21st Century" which lead to a tour of Costa Rica the following summer. His debut album "The Jem" was released in spring 2011 followed by tours featuring Brian Lynch, Jd Allen, & Benito Gonzalez.

"I have worked with Abe in professional performing situations multiple times. It has been very enjoyable to play with him, as well as to perform his original music. He is playing at a world-class level." - Brian Lynch, Grammy-award winning trumpeter

"Abe is not a conventional guitarist by any means. It is clear that he plays by his own rules and he is not out to prove anything to anyone other than to those who have preceded him on the bandstand -- Coltrane, McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison, and Elvin Jones." - Something Else! Reviews

"Abe is a musician with heart and soul, who puts his beautiful sound at the service of emotion." - Jean-Michel Pilc, world renowned pianist

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