Ehud Asherie is an American Jazz Musician (Piano, Organ ).

Ehud AsherieAsherie lived his childhood in Italy before he emigrated when he was nine years old with his family to the United States.

In 1997 and 1998 he studied jazz at the New School University, he also took private lessons with Frank Hewitt.

Since then, as a pianist, he has had a number of albums on the label Posi-Tone before, including with trumpeter Ryan Kisor as a guest musician.

In 2010 he played a solo album with compositions by, among others , James P. Johnson ( Harlem Strut), Duke Ellington ( Drop Me Off in Harlem ) and Thelonious Monk ( 52nd Street Theme )

In 2011, he took with Harry Allen on. As an organist he leads with guitarist Bina Coquet the Bossa Nova Ensemble Bina & Ehud , with the production Samba De Gringo.

Asherie also appears regularly in the New York jazz club Smalls.

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