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Eli Degibri

Eli Degibri Discography

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Eli Degibri is a highly respected saxophonist who has made significant contributions to the world of jazz. Born in 1978 in Tel Aviv, Israel, Degibri showed an early aptitude for music, and began playing saxophone at the age of nine.

Degibri went on to study at the prestigious Thelma Yellin High School of the Arts, and later at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. He quickly established himself as a talented and versatile musician, and gained valuable experience performing with a variety of jazz ensembles.

After graduating, Degibri moved to New York City, where he quickly became a sought-after sideman, playing with jazz legends such as Herbie Hancock, Brad Mehldau, and Ron Carter. He also released several albums as a solo artist, including “In the Beginning” and “Soul Station,” which were widely praised for their technical brilliance and emotional depth.

In addition to his work as a performer, Degibri is also a respected educator, having taught at the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music and the Berklee College of Music. He is committed to passing on his knowledge and passion for music to the next generation of saxophonists, and is highly regarded by his students and peers alike.

Degibri is also known for his work as an endorser of saxophone equipment, including mouthpieces, reeds, and ligatures. He is a featured artist with companies such as Selmer Paris, and his equipment choices reflect his commitment to quality and innovation.

Today, Eli Degibri continues to be one of the most respected and innovative saxophonists in the world of jazz. His music is characterized by its technical brilliance, emotional depth, and creative vision, and he is widely regarded as a true master of his instrument. Whether he is performing on stage, teaching in the classroom, or working with saxophone equipment manufacturers, Degibri’s passion for music and his commitment to excellence are an inspiration to all who have the privilege of experiencing his work.

Page last updated 4/15/2023.