Yaron Herman

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Yaron Herman
Yaron Herman à TEDx Paris en 2014 (2, cropped, rotated, retouched).jpg
Background information
Born (1981-07-12) 12 July 1981 (age 41)
Tel-Aviv, Israel
WebsiteOfficial website

Yaron Herman (Hebrew: ירון הרמן; born 12 July 1981) is a French-Israeli jazz pianist living in Paris.[1] He began playing the piano at the age of 16.[2]


As leader/co-leader[edit]

Year recorded Title Label Personnel/Notes
2003? Takes 2 to Know 1 Sketch Duo, with Sylvain Ghio (drums, percussion)[3]
2006 Variations Laborie Solo piano[4]
2006? Suite Elegiaque As Newtopia Project
2007 A Time for Everything Laborie Trio, with Matt Brewer (bass), Gerald Cleaver (drums)[1]
2009 Muse Sunnyside Most tracks trio, with Matt Brewer (bass), Gerald Cleaver (drums); some tracks with Quatuor Ebene String Quartet added[5]
2010 Follow the White Rabbit ACT Trio, with Chris Tordini (bass), Tommy Crane (drums)[6]
2012 Alter Ego ACT Quintet, with Emile Parisien (tenor sax, soprano sax), Logan Richardson (alto sax), Stephane Kerecki (bass), Ziv Ravitz (drums)[7]
2015 Everyday Blue Note With Ziv Ravitz (drums), Helgi Jónsson (vocals)[8]
2015? Y Blue Note
2019 Songs of The Degrees Decca Records Trio

As sideman[edit]

  • Baldych, Adam (2014). "The New Tradition". ACT Music. {{cite journal}}: Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  • Miller, Dominic (2012). "5th House". Q-rious Music. {{cite journal}}: Cite journal requires |journal= (help)


  1. ^ a b Kelman, John (27 October 2007). "Yaron Herman: A Time for Everything". All About Jazz.
  2. ^ Ephland, John (July 2011). "Yaron Herman: The Endless Path". DownBeat. Vol. 78, no. 7. p. 23.
  3. ^ "Yaron Herman/Sylvain Ghio: Takes 2 to Know 1". All About Jazz. 8 January 2005.
  4. ^ "Yaron Herman: Variations". All About Jazz. 13 June 2006.
  5. ^ May, Chris (19 July 2009). "Yaron Herman Trio: Muse". All About Jazz.
  6. ^ Lindsay, Bruce (23 October 2010). "Yaron Herman: Follow the White Rabbit". All About Jazz.
  7. ^ "Yaron Herman: Alter Ego – CD". actmusic.com. Retrieved 21 December 2018.
  8. ^ Fordham, John (27 August 2015). "Yaron Herman: Everyday review – classical polish, dancing vivacity". The Guardian.

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