Tal Blumstein Trio

The Gradient (Self Released)

Pianist and composer Tal Blumstein was born and raised in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Tal started playing the piano when he was 6 years old and soon fell in love with it.

At 15, he turned to the world of Jazz and popular music out of great interest in improvisation.

In 2012, Tal decided to move to New York City to pursue his musical dream. He studies at “The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music” from which he graduated with highest honors as valedictorian.

Over the years, Tal led various groups and collaborated with top artists in Israel, Europe, and the US.

Some of his teachers include the finest Jazz artists: Sam Yahel, Aaron Goldberg, Hal Galper, LeeAnn Ledgerwood, Reggie Worman, Yosvany Terry, Kevin Hayes, Omri Mor, and more.

During his time in NYC, Tal started his own piano trio, which soon became the center of his career in Jazz.

The trio, featuring bassist Max Oleartchik, and drummer Itay Morchi, released its debut album, “New York – Tel Aviv” in 2015, hosting Finnish vocalist Dea Juris and saxophonist Alexander Levin.

A few years later, after touring with the music in Europe and the US several times, the trio released their second album, “The Gradient” – focusing on the trio’s musical influences.

The trio members’ unique and deep musical connection was formed due to many years of true friendship, which is the core of its special sound and energy.

They have been playing together since 2010 and continue to create new music and perform worldwide.

The trio’s music is a special combination of traditional Jazz, Middle Eastern, and Israeli music, with some modern Jazz implications.

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