Sweet&Sour (2001) for flute, oboe (dbl En. horn), 2 guitars, violin, and cello
Self Remembering (2001) for guitar
New Kid on the Mountain (2000) for trombone and electronics
Bendicho juez de la verdad (2000) for trombone and electronics
Three Haim Sabari Poems (1999) for alto, guitar, and cello
Tarot Images (1999) for piano
June 5th, 1973 (1998) for trombone and string orchestra
Adventures of Whim (1998) for flute and guitar
HaGuGum (1997) for trombone and piano
Lophophora Williamsii (1995) Jazz Standard
A native of Israel, Montreal-based composer Eldad Tsabary (1969) spent seven years in New York City where he composed chamber and orchestral music with special interest in trombone, guitar, and electro-acoustics. Recent performances include Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall, Stanford University’s CCRMA, and The Synthese 2003 festival in Bourges, France.
Mr. Tsabary received his education at CUNY’s Graduate School and University Center PhD program, the Mannes College of Music, and the Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music in Israel. He studied composition under David Loeb, David Del Tredici, David Olan, and Tim Brady and theory under Carl Schachter, Philip Rupprecht, and Philip Lambert.