Princeton Application

I have included below links to three selections, in my preferred listening order.
Below the three selections, two additional selections are included.

1) Up In The Sky – Trombone Quartet

This arrangement develops two of the elements of the original composition, that was recorded and released by both Reut Regev’s R*time and Monika Herzig’s Sheroes. I originally arranged the piece for a trombone quartet while serving as visiting faculty with ICE at the Banff center’s Ensemble Evolution program in 2019, and our trombone quartet performed the piece.

The arrangement has been slightly altered to fit this one woman version, as the arrows indicate in the middle of the chart. Each “player” needed to switch parts mid way according to the arrows to make the flow of the piece possible for an overdubbed situation.

2) Elephant Steps – ESMAE Big Band and Strings

Elephant Steps is a composition originally released on Reut Regev’s R*time debut release – This is R*time.
Here is a version performed by the Big Band and strings of Escola Superior de Música e Artes do Espectáculo, Guimaraes, Portugal, at the Guimaraes Jazz Festival, at the conclusion of my residency there.

3) Montenegro – Reut Regev’s R*time

Montenegro is performed here by Reut Regev’s R*time, on our second release, exploRing the vibe (Enja Records). Jean-Paul Bourelly is on guitar, Mark Peterson on bass, Igal Foni on drums and I am on trombone, piano, Frula flutes and effects.

4) Echoes of Infinity – Two Much

A free improvisation recorded by Two Much, a drum-trombone duet with my husband Igal Foni. This was recorded in 2020, and is scheduled to be released in early 2021 on Relative Pitch Records.

5) The Last Show – Reut Regev’s R*time

Released on R*time’s latest, Keep Winning (Enja).