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The Afro-Semitic Experience at the Hartford Festival of Jazz

The Afro-Semitic Experience had a great time playing at the Greater Hartford Festival of Jazz on July 22. We premiered pieces from our new work, "Jazz Souls on Fire", including arrangements of Pharoah Saunders' and Leon Thomas' "The Creator Has…
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WINNIPEG TRIP PHOTOS

The Afro-Semitic Experience visited Canada last week to perform at the Tarbut Festival of Jewish Culture and we took some candid shots during the trip. We flew into the airport in Fargo, North Dakota and drove north to Winnipeg. Here's…
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NPR features FURTHER DEFINITIONS OF THE DAYS OF AWE!



A story about the new CD, “Further Definitions of the Days of Awe” by the Afro-Semitic Experience on the NPR News Show, Tell Me More, aired on Wednesday just before the beginning of Rosh Hashanah. Samples of four tunes from…
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FIRST REVIEWS OF THE FURTHER DEFINITIONS CD ARE IN!!


Reviews and responses to our new CD, Further Definitions of the Days of Awe are starting to appear and the news is all good!!

We got our first review from a major U.S. national publication. We were reviewed in the…
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NEW CD: FURTHER DEFINITIONS OF THE DAYS OF AWE



As the High Holy Days approach, the Afro-Semitic Experience offers Further Definitions of the Days of Awe, an inspirational reimagining of the music of repentance.

For most of the past decade the Afro-Semitic Experience has played the midnight Selichot…
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NEWS ABOUT THE UPCOMING CD

Afro-Semitic Experience bassist David Chevan has been working with Vic Steffens of Horizon Music Group on the band's new CD, Further Definitions of the Days of Awe. The CD is currently slated to be out on September 13 and…
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Northampton Concert Highlights

We got some photos of the Northampton concert from David's wife Julie and from David's mom. The weather last night was just right--warm, but not too hot or humid. The band sounded great under the trees on the lawn of…
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Classic Posters from the Archives

As I was looking through a pile of old papers I discovered a number of older posters from early Afro-Semitic Experience gigs. In a fit of nostalgia I scanned several of them and have decided to post a few to…