Noa Fort

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    Brooklyn, NY, United States

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    Monday, October 25, 2021

    Brooklyn, NY, United States

    Born in Neve Monosson, vocalist, pianist, composer, improviser, painter of sounds, Noa Fort was recently regarded by the New York Music Daily as “one of New York’s more interesting and original artists”.  She studied Jazz (piano and voice) at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance as well as Music Therapy at NYU.

    She draws inspiration from different musical worlds, integrating her background of classical and jazz piano, jazz singing, and free improvisation into her original music.

    Fort’s debut album as a leader, ‘No World Between Us’, came out in 2018 and gained critical acclaim. All About Jazz called it an ‘album of comforting originality’. Her second release ‘Everyday Actions’ came out in July 2021 with ‘Ears & Eyes Records’. 

    “Fort’s healing vocal abstractions transcend verbalization…the music’s spare beauty sneaks up on you then stays with you” Jazziz Magazine

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    Noa Fort’s new album ‘Everyday Actions’ is coming out with the genre-bending label Ears & Eyes Records. Featuring her long-time quartet (Josh Deutsch on trumpet, Dan Loomis on bass and Ronen Itzik on drums as well as Fort on voice and piano), recor…

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    Watch the full show video of Noa Fort performance for Art is Live: it’s a short set of all new music for voice and piano (originally written for an improvised based trio with Kenneth Jimenez and Satoshi Takeishi).

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    Listen to Noa Fort’s new single, Deeping, from her upcoming EP. The track was recorded with her quartet (Josh Deutsch on trumpet, Dan Loomis on bass, Ronen Itzik on drums), right before Covid-19 hit New York City. Click here to listen and purchase You…

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    Noa Fort released her new indie album No World Between Us. The album was released in January and won praise around the world. All about Jazz describes it as “an album of comforting originality on all fronts”.  Read additional reviews from the New York…