MusicWorks Feature/ Shiv’a

“There’s a faint but persistent ringing coming from the southwest corner of Ayelet Rose Gottlieb’s Vancouver apartment. We discover one of her young twins picking purposefully at the keys of a brightly coloured toy piano. The other twin comes over, attracted by this large stranger’s curiosity, and contributes her own jangling notes. When I start playing complementary sounds on Gottlieb’s nearby upright, the toddlers move closer and reach up, way up, to the big adult keys. I hadn’t intended to start our interview with a trio performance, but it was hard to resist.”

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VanCityBuzz / Shiv’a

Ayelet Rose Gottlieb has been performing music for over 30 years, and still finds new ways to be inspired in the studio and onstage.

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Jewish Independent / Roadsides

“Gottlieb’s songs are multifaceted, flowing around their listeners in audio waves, implying pictures and palettes, even if one doesn’t understand the Hebrew.”

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Gapplegate Blog / Roadsides

a modern pan-Israeli-Palestinian music that has much charm and substance if one opens up to it. Fascinating and rewarding listening!

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Jazziz / Roadsides

“Gottlieb is one of those singers — like Rokia Traore or Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan — whose voice can convey great power and soul, even when singing in a language unfamiliar to listeners.”

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