Mordy Ferber

Mordy Ferber is an internationally active and sought-after jazz guitarist and composer born in Israel in 1958. Being in demand with many well-known jazz musicians proves his competence and some of those greats include names like Michael Brecker, Jack DeJohnette, Eddie Gomez, Peter Erskine, Bob Mintzer, Dave Liebman, Miroslav Vitous, Jeff Berlin, Bob Moses, Richie Beirach, Richard Bona, George Garzone, Will Lee, Larry Coryell, Adam Nussbaum and Billy Hart.

After an early and already successful career in Israel he moves to America at the age of 23 to attend the Berklee College Of Music. He graduated in 1987 with honors and won also the Jim Hall Award for his outstanding achievements as a musician.

The testimonies of top musicians about Mordy"s abilities only prove how much he is appreciated. Pianist Richie Beirach says: "Mordy Ferber is a very individual guitarist and composer. He combines the essence of the best musicians of his generation and offers wonderful contemporary improvisations on the guitar." Legendary jazz drummer Jack DeJohnette also says about Mordy: "I love his sound and his feel. He writes beautiful compositions of the highest quality and is not afraid to take risks musically."