About

“A musical phenomenon”, as described on the Kulturbörse Freiburg program, Noam Vazana will have you holding your breath while you marvel at her voice while she plays trombone and piano simultaneously!) in her live one-woman show. Now as she dares to take her own distinct sound into new dimensions with her new album, Nani, she crosses over to a deeper level with hypnotic ancient Sephardic melodies. The recent winner of the Sephardic Music Award 2017, Vazana released her 3rd solo album Nani: Andalusian Brew on september 2017 in Benelux (Xango Music).

Noam’s second album Love Migration ranked in the iTunes Top-20 bestseller and won her the ACUM album prize 2014. Among her concert highlights are: North Sea Jazz NL / Roccella Jazz IT / TEDx NL / Peace conference CH / Blue Frog IN Blue Note PL / Israel Festival IL / Tanjazz MA / Kulturbörse Freiburg DE / Music Meeting NL. She also shared the stage with John Clayton, Terell Stafford, Katie Melua, Bobby Mcferrin and many more. Bursting into the global music scene in 2011 with the release of her first album, Daily Sketch which generated rave reviews and was immediately chosen for ‘Album of the week’ on NTR-radio NL while two singles David’s Lament and Personality were selected for ‘Hit of the week’ on both Radio 2 NL en NTR radio NL. The album also won the Keren Hayesod prize in 2011. In 2010 Noam won the Dutch singer-songwriter competition Mooie Noten and has also won the AICF scholarship for excellence in young musicians for 6 years in a row 2000-2006.

Noam continues to capture audiences around the globe, playing 60 to 90 shows worldwide per year including: North America, Europe, Asia and Africa. Vazana composed music for BBC & NPO documentaries and the Dutch NPO network is now making a documentary about her music. Vazana released 5 studio albums: Andalusian Brew 2017, Love Migration 2014, Daily Sketch 2011, At The Dream’s Edge 2010 and Noam Vazana EP 2008.

“A must see show!”
Volkskrant

“Love Migration is an unforgettable journey, to enjoy from the first note to the last”
Written in music

“Noam endows a melancholic woe to the ancient Sephardic songs in a rich, yet sensitive manner… Ten subdued songs, strikingly sung. Very well done”
OOR magazine, NL

“A lovely album of true beauty… Nani’s pure vocals transport you to the alluring Andalusia within the first few notes”
Written in music