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Jazz clarinetist Anat Cohen — so many roads

Kirk Silsbee, Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, 28 July 2008

JAZZ STAYS VITAL by virtue of the young players who step up and bring something new to the music. One of the most delightful "arrivals" to the jazz world in the past several years is Israeli-born clarinetist and saxophonist Anat Cohen, who performs a free concert Tuesday night at the Hollywood & Highland complex. She combines virtuosity with warmth, the experimental with the universal, and an eclecticism that avoids the pitfalls of mish-mosh.

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