Tomer Baruch is an interdisciplinary musician and sound artist with an interest in a wide variety of genres, ranging from popular music to jazz, post-african and experimental electronic music. He has studied Jazz piano at the Jerusalem Music Academy and Sonology at The Royal Conservatory in The Hague where he was a research associate. In the past years, Baruch has performed intensively across Europe and the US, composed music for theatre, film and dance and released three solo albums and many more with various bands and ensembles.
During Labyrinth festival (11 June) we will hear pieces from his latest album Synthesized Sounds of the Sea (2022), which is dedicated to creatures of the ocean. Dolphins and eels, jellyfish and starfish each get their own sonic palette in this musical exploration of marine life.
You can also pre-order his album here https://www.tomerbaruch.com/
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