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Amir Gwirtzman was born on 28 August, 1965 in Tel Aviv, Israel, is an artist. Discover Amir Gwirtzman's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 58 years old?

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Occupation musician, multi-instrumentalist, composer, and producer
Age 58 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 28 August, 1965
Birthday 28 August
Birthplace Tel Aviv, Israel
Nationality Israel

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His live performance has inspired the artist Lewis Achenbach to create a series of his portraits during the Israeli Jazz Festival in Chicago in 2013. Gwirtzman has been interviewed on TV and radio.


In 2010 he was invited by the Charles and Lynn Schusterman foundation as a Visiting Artist, with his solo project, to tour across 13 states in the American south, for 4 months, and 3 months yet again the following year, back by demand (altogether more than 150 concerts, workshops and master classes). It included Festival International de Louisiane in Lafayette Louisiana, the BB King museum in Indianola Mississippi (BB King's hometown), and at the Jazz Hall of fame in Tulsa Oklahoma. The tour was covered by a special documentary made by NPR TV Alabama.


Gwirtzman started his solo project "Inhale-Exhale" in November 2008, surrounded by more than 20 woodwind and reed instruments. Using a loop station he records himself live on stage. He orchestrates, arranges and builds up textures such as big band sound or symphonic orchestras, all performed by himself using the various acoustic woodwinds. The project has been described as a metaphor for our globalized world. "Inhale-Exhale" has been invited to participate in Jazz and world music festivals and solo concerts in numerous countries around the world. After the first solo album (Inhale-Exhale) premiere concert in the Tel Aviv Museum of arts in 2010, Markercafe magazine's critic Elad Alon wrote that "he alone manages to build a world in its fullness on stage".


After the army service, at the age of 23, Gwirtzman started recording on dozens of albums, performing and touring with Israel's top artists such as Ofra Haza, Shlomo Artzi, Matti Caspi, Arik Einstein, Rita and Rami Kleinstein. At the same time with the band Esta he released 3 albums and performed all over the world, including the White House in Washington DC for U.S. President Bill Clinton (1998) and in Thailand for the Thai royal family (in 2008). He also performed at the prestigious Blue Note Jazz club in New York, the House of Blues in Los Angeles, and Kennedy center in Washington DC. Gwirtzman appeared on many TV live concerts and performances, and performed as a soloist with the Jerusalem symphonic orchestra and the Bangkok symphonic orchestra. He is invited to perform by Israeli Embassies world-wide (e.g. in Croatia, Greece, Colombia).


Amir Gwirtzman (born in 1965 in Tel Aviv) is a musician, multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer. The New York Jewish Week of The Times of Israel described him as one of Israel's leading jazz musicians and "a kind of cultural ambassador for the Jewish state". He is also one of the few musicians in the world who mastered more than 20 woodwind instruments from various cultures and places: Saxophones, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Flute, Bagpipes, Zornas, Duduk, Arghul, Quena, Piri, Shofar, and Indian, Irish, Vietnamese, Arabic, and Chinese flutes, and many others. In honor of 60 years of diplomatic relations between the Kingdom of Thailand and the state of Israel, the Thailand post issued a special edition of postal stamps with Amir Gwirtzman as a notable Israeli musician. Gwirtzman has been described by Chicago Tribune's Jazz critic Howard Reich as a "charming anomaly in Jazz" whose music makes "epochs speaking to one another as he switches between one instrument and the other".

Gwirtzman was born on August 28, 1965, in Tel Aviv, Israel to a ballet dancer and teacher mother and a civil engineer father. He started playing the recorder at age of 7, then the clarinet at the age of 9, followed by the tenor saxophone at the age of 16. Along the years Gwirtzman mastered over 20 woodwind instruments. In 1983, he started his three years mandatory army service playing saxophone in the Israeli Air force band, where he met his fellow musician members with whom they formed  the media acclaimed World music/Jazz band Esta. Between 1991 and 1997, Amir lived in Manhattan, New York and studied music at Mannes College of Music.