Sun, May 17th

Off Lines Project feat Guy Mintus & Yinon Muallem

jazz rock Turkish TICKETS

Doors 7PM
Show 8PM
Advance Price $10
Door Price $15 - $10 for student

Advanced online ticket sales stop at 5pm on day of show
If available, more tickets are available at door

Off Lines Project feat Guy Mintus & Yinon Muallem

Israeli-Bucharian Trumpeter Itamar Borochov​
Bansuri (Indian Classical Flute) artist Jay Gandhi​  
Flamenco Dancer Irene Sivianes Fernandez​ 

“Intimate harmonizing of the songs, wordless communication with smiles and hardly noticeable gestures, made from the interplay of these two a very intimate affair, while the entire hall was listening with held breath.” Barka Fabiánová, Full Moon Zine, Prague.

Following recent appearances in Prague, Istanbul, Tel Aviv & Jerusalem, Israeli Ethno-Jazz Duo, the “Offlines Project", will be arriving to Drom NYC as part of their 2015 US Tour. The Duo, consisting of percussionist, oudist and vocalist Yinon Muallem along with young Israeli born-NY based Jazz pianist, Guy Mintus, is a result of two diverse musicians wishing to create for themselves a limitless space for creation. A space in which their different influences and personalities can come to play and be melted into a sound. 

Yinon, has been living and creating in Istanbul, Turkey, for the past 15 years. There, he has released six highly acclaimed albums as well as performed/ recorded with masters such as Ross Dali, Omar Faruk, Derya Turkan, Göksel Baktagir and others. At 23, Guy has worked with Jazz icons such as Jon Hendricks, Arturo O’Farrill and Sheila Jordan at venues such as the Kennedy Center, the Apollo Theater and Symphony Space gaining recognition as an upcoming force in the creative music field.

 In their unique way, the “Offlines Project” combine influences from Turkish Makam to American Jazz, from Indian Rhythms to Jewish music, Contemporary classical and Film music. As keen collaborators, they have been maintaing a tradition of hosting an artist in each city they perform in. So far worked with the likes of Erkan Oğur, Hasan Gozelik, Ismail Lumanovsky, Eyal Sela, Yossi Arenheim (Israeli Philharmonic) and Oriental dance artist Mor Geffen. For the “Offlines Project”, every concert is a new and singular adventure. While exposing their music to larger and larger audiences, with a sound rapidly developing, they hope that what goes out of the heart comes right back directly into it.