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Very proud to be a part Ben Wendel’s “High Heart” ! This music is incredibly beautiful and incredibly challenging. I remember going to Israel for some time off music, then Wendel sent the music over 👀

Also, not the worst people to play with
Ben Wendel #MichaelMayo #JoeSanders Nate Wood Gerald Clayton

Out October 2020. Stay tuned !
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Mon July 13th

Exciting day today! I'm launching my page on Patreon! The initial reason for setting it up was to stay connected with you during this time of limited opportunities for live shows. With my Patreon page it can be much more than that. I hope that with the things I plan to share there (Live Q&A’s exclusive new music listening sessions, mini-concerts, masterclasses & more) we will be able to connect on a much deeper and personal level. Really looking forward to that! Here is a little teaser of a mini-concert that is already available for my patrons 🙂 Hope to see you there!
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Wed July 1st

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Wow so beautiful!

I love it!!! ❤

Amazing player...

Soulful everytime... i would love to hear you in a piano solo album bro 🙏🎶🎶🎶💙💙


יפה ממש

ugh so great. my favorite pianist.

Nice chord inside move!

absolutely mindblowing ❤️🎹🎹🎹

Beautiful as allways


Matheus Nogueira Dan Carvalho Dan Carvalho

you create dreams in my mind

Bravo !

Magnifique !



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Mon June 8th


about shai maestro

“The tremendous history of jazz is a great inspiration but also a great challenge. We each have our own individual gift, which is the choices we make – whether we turn to major or minor, whether we play pianissimo or fortissimo at a key moment. I always try to remember to embrace history while not trying to be anything or anyone else – to let the music come out of me.” – Shai Maestro

“Hearing Shai Maestro is like awakening to a new world.” – All About Jazz

“…Shai Maestro, obsessed with pacing, offers us dynamic music. The notes scroll in a continuous burst, his dialogue with his drummer is explosive, going from a ballad to offensive punk. Carefully avoiding engaging a riot of immature virtuosity, aptly-named Maestro imposes his style on this thin line, sometimes romantic, but never in excess” – Louis Michaud, Les Inrockuptibles

Shai Maestro (1987) is one of the most promising and talented pianists of his generation. Since his debut with his own trio in 2011, Shai has shaped a strong and unique personal identity and has portrayed an incredible musical fluidity, making Shai and his trio one of the most powerful and harmonious groups in jazz today.

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