Eyal Vilner Big Band – Live in Washington Square Park! (2021)

Eyal Vilner Big Band - Live in Washington Square Park! (2021)
Artist: Eyal Vilner Big Band
Album: Live in Washington Square Park!
Year Of Release: 2021
Quality: FLAC (tracks)

01. The District of the Blues (Live)
02. Downhill (Live)
03. Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans_ (Live)
04. Let the Good Times Roll (Live)
05. In a Mellow Tone (Live)
06. Un Poco Loco (Live)
07. The Gypsy (Live)
08. Dinah (Live)
09. Tap Tap Tap (Live)
10. Going Uptown (Live)
11. Hallelujah I Love Her So (Live)
12. Band Introduction (Live)
13. Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen (Live)


Eyal Vilner has become one of the leading new voices in the New York swing and big band scene. Born in Tel Aviv, saxophonist, clarinetist, flutist, composer and bandleader Eyal Vilner moved to New York in 2007 and started his big band the following year.

The Eyal Vilner Big Band has been performing widely at some of New York’s landmarks such as Jazz at Lincoln Center, Midsummer Night Swing, Birdland, Dizzy’s Club, Smalls Jazz Club, Minton’s Playhouse, The Django, Battle of the Big Bands on the Intrepid, Swing ReMix, Swing 46 and Central Park SummerStage.

Internationally, Eyal has performed on Israel’s most prestigious stages such as the Red Sea Jazz Festival, Tel Aviv Museum, Jerusalem Theater, The Tel Aviv Jazz Festival as well as the historical La Bellevilloise, Caveau des Oubliettes and Caveau de la Huchette in Paris.

The big band performs Eyal’s new arrangements of jazz and swing tunes as well as his original compositions. Their music, which derives from the tradition of jazz, swing and the blues, strives to bring a unique voice to this beautiful art form. The big band’s first four albums: Introducing the Eyal Vilner Big Band, Almost Sunrise, Hanukkah and Swing Out! received rave reviews and made it to the Top Jazz Radio Charts of the US and Canada.

The Eyal Vilner Big Band has collaborated with some of the top jazz legends of our time including NEA Jazz Masters Frank Wess, Jimmy Heath and Jimmy Owens, and pianist Junior Mance.

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