About

Ariel Bart (born March 98’) is a rising chromatic harmonica player and composer from Israel. She has recently received her bachelor's degree in Jazz Performance from The New School University in New York. 
Over the years Ariel performed with top Israeli artists including Shlomo Gronich, David D’aor, Miki Gavrilov, Noa Achinoam Nini, Atraf (band), and as a solo performer with the Jerusalem Orchestra East and West orchestra (under Tom Cohen's musical direction).
In 2019 recorded two albums with the Bass player William Parker as part of the "Migration of silence into and out of the tone world" series.
Recorded an album with Steve Swell and Andrew Cyrille under the Polish label "Not Two".

Ariel released her debut album "In Between" in 2021 on "Ropeadope Records". 

 

Ariel plays chromatic harmonica since the age of 7 and trained by the best musicians in Israel including Dror Adler, Anat Fort, Yaaki Levy, and Yuval Cohen. Studied at the jazz music department at the Jerusalem high school for the Arts. 
In 2018-2019 studied with some of the greatest musicians around New York including Aaron Parks, Reggie Workman, Jane Ira Bloom, Anat Cohen, Jon Cowered, Tony Malaby, and Kirk Nurock.