Amir Gwirtzman
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Amir Gwirtzman

New York City, New York, United States | INDIE

New York City, New York, United States | INDIE
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"From the music of incomprehensible languages, Gwirtzman breathes the universally understood melody of humanity..." – PBS, Alabama

"One of Israel's leading jazz musicians...a kind of cultural ambassador for the Jewish state..." – The Jewish Week NY

“Music tradition meets 21st-century technology as this gifted Israeli jazz artist performs on 20 instruments, instantly recording one part atop another until the music crescendos into an orchestra of sound, a blend of rhythms, melody and harmony.” – Jerusalem Post, Israel's leading English-speaking newspaper

“Truly a celebration...Amir's skill on the 20+ woodwinds is fantastic...full of nobility & grace...A true Israeli pride!” – Israeli Pride

“Here's a special offer: If you find a woodwind which Amir Gwirtzman doesn't master -you'll get your money back. It is Highly recommended to check out his concerts which are a real treat.”
- Yedi 'ot Aharanot, Israel's most popular daily newspaper

“Amir Gwirtzman isn't just a woodwinds man who gets magically compelling sounds from every pipe you can get air into but is also an interesting, smart & emotionally exciting musician.” - Rating

“A one man multi-cultural of the finest albums I've heard.” – Yossi Hersonski

“A master” – Times Free Press - PBS


Inhale Exhale Virtual Label 2011



Amir Gwirtzman, world renowned Israeli multi-culti jazz artist, plays more than 20 different woodwinds, reeds, horns, pipes, flutes and percussion instruments as a one-man band called Inhale–Exhale. Gwirtzman infuses Inhale-Exhale with a combination of R&B, jazz and rhythms of Cuban jazz, along with Middle Eastern, Gypsy, Jewish klezmer, Armenian, Irish Celtic and Native American influences.

Of the Presidential Featured Artist Concert Series, Gwirtzman has also performed and recorded with many artists, such as Philip Glass, Mino Cinellu, Johnny Almendra (Ray Barreto & Mongo Santamaria’s Big-Band), as well as some of Israel’s finest musicians, including Rita, Shlomo Artzi, Rami Kleinstein, Yehuda Poliker, Arik Einstein, Shalom Hanoch, Shlomi Shabbat, Gidi Gov and Ofra Haza.

Gwirtzman recently toured America's southern museums and cultural centers as part of a Visiting Artists Program coordinated by the Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life, which serves 13 Southern states. The Visiting Artists Program is meant “to build a bridge between Israel and the U.S.” Amir's New York performance was sponsored by the Israeli Embassy.