Monday July 20, 2015
Anat Cohen’s music is out of this world. And that’s exactly where she wants to be. When she’s playing clarinet or saxophone with her quartet, everything else melts away.
“Actually, it’s my preferred state, if I may be honest, to be lost inside the music on stage,” the Tel Aviv-born, New York-based artist says. “You go into like a different sphere, like you’re floating in something that is not connected to this world. It’s just a whole separate parallel universe, a lovely place to be.
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