daphna sadeh neu

Daphna Sadeh is an Israeli born double bassist and composer now based in the UK.

Sadeh studied classical music at the Manhattan School of Music in New York before joining the Israeli based East West Ensemble with whom she toured extensively while immersing herself in Middle Eastern and Arabic music. She was later the co-leader of the all female group Eve’s Women playing a blend of jazz, klezmer and rock while again touring extensively and internationally.

Dapha Sadeh Neu plays and produces World music, Klezmer, Balkan and Jazz. Daphna has recorded four albums, She has participated in Beijing Music Festival, Roskilde Festival (Denmark), Celebrate Brooklyn (NYC), Jewish Music Festival of Berlin and International Music Festival (Hong-Kong) as well as music venues across Europe, USA, South Africa, Asia and the Far East. She moved to the UK in 2002 and formed the ensemble The Voyagers.

Daphna has collaborated with various acclaimed British musicians from the genres of Jazz, World Music and Classical music. She has released her latest CD on the Tzadik label in New York and on 33 Records label in the UK.

“In Introducing one of the pieces Ms. Sadeh referred to the Kabbalistic notion that music is the song of the heart, a song coming straight from the heart. This indeed would have been well applied to the whole set. This entirely extraordinary performance was a spiritual, even mystical experience in the truest Kabbalistic sense.” Rainlore.demon.co.uk, November 2003

Daphna Sadeh & The Voyagers "Compilation"

A poem by Rumi set to music by Daphna Sadeh and performed live by Daphna Sadeh & the Voyagers.

Dapha Sadeh Neu & The Voyagers play "What Else is There"