Performance Yarden Kleiman on the roof!
Yarden Kleiman was born in 1993 in Jerusalem. Today the girl is known as a virtuoso saxophonist! With her playing, she destroys the stereotypes that playing the saxophone is exclusively jazz. Yarden captivates with his energy and charisma. Eminent rock stars can envy the intensity of emotions at her live performances!
A little biography...
As mentioned above, Yarden Kleiman was born in the capital of Israel, beautiful and sunny Jerusalem. The girl mastered playing the saxophone in New Zealand and Australia, where she lived for almost four years. Later, she returned to her homeland, enrolling in the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance.
Kleiman's work is based on Israeli folk music.
Today, the girl lives in Tel Aviv-Yafo, and periodically gives saxophone lessons to students. She plays brilliantly and improvises live with electric shocks! Behind Klayman successful tours through Italy, Turkey, Greece, Germany and Azerbaijan.
New format during the pandemic
At the end of March, due to outbreaks of coronavirus, many countries of the world went into quarantine mode... However, for a real musician, self-isolation is not a ban on live performances at all! So, Kleiman gave a wonderful concert ... on the roof! The girl played chic music - not without the help of colleagues! The speech turned out to be encouraging and bright ... Thus, Kleiman wanted to support people who were forced to be locked up at home. By the way: the audience, gathered on the balconies of nearby houses, was delighted!
In her BBC interview, Yarden shared:
“... We want to give people joy even in this difficult hour for the whole world ... We want them to feel a little happier in this difficult time. Everything that is happening in the world just breaks our hearts ... But in spite of everything, it is very important for everyone to stay at home now.
“... And if you are sad, we will help dispel your longing! We are ready to perform especially for those who are forced to stay at home due to quarantine. We also do not violate the introduced security measures, we avoid any contact with people ... We do not want to endanger others, we do not want them to go out into the street. Therefore, we decided that a concert on the roof is just perfect! So, everyone can listen to music without leaving home, sitting or dancing on their balcony. And we are grateful to the police for helping us with this!”