Jazz at Lincoln Center
Ido Ziv and Ichi Goomi
Tribute to Eddie Palmeiri:
"Melao Para El Sapo"
Ido brings his extensive background from a wide range of musical traditions to develop a unique style. His sound and musical voice draws from Afro-Cuban, Jazz, funk, folk, world and traditional styles. Along with studying with masters of percussion; notably Jose Madera, Joh Camara, Jose Eladio, Alejandro Carvajal, Regino Jimenez, he has pursued academic studies in Ethnomusicology under Dr. Leonard Moses at Central State University.
He has performed and recorded with groups and members of Tito Puente, Baaba Maal, Parliament, Vieux Farka Toure, Horny Horns, Alvin Ailey Dance Company, Tinariwen, DeVotchKa, Les Ballet du Senegal, Los Muniquitos de Mantanzas, Troupe Sewa and others. In addition Ido has worked at the Performing Arts Departments at Colorado University, Naropa University, Brandeis University, Katherine Dunham National Conference, BalletMet and Cleo Parker Robinson Dance.