Jazz singer Tamuz Nissim and guitarist George Nazos have been following a common path, composing and performing together since 2009 , gaining the love of music lovers and Jazz aficionados alike.
In 2017, their album Liquid Melodies was well-received by critics and the media.
They have performed at stages like the "Blue Note", "Deer Head Inn" "Cornelia Street Cafe", "Appel Room", "Jazz Forum" and many more.
At Bar ThaliaThey perform repertoire of Jazz standards, Jazzy pop songs and originals from their recent discography.
Nissim's third and latest album "Echo of a Heartbeat" 2018 won warm reactions from the audience and the Jazz press and entered the JazzWeek charts with an extensive airplay in over a 100 radio stations around the USA, Canada, Japan, Europe, Australia and Israel.
"Miss Nissim’s instrument is gorgeous, lustrous, precise, highsprung and light as a feather-light. Her musicianship is fierce as she digs into the expression of each word, brings ceaseless variety soft dynamics and gives every phrase a lustrous grace."Raul DeGama, Jazz Dagama
" When these two pair up they manage to develop a hydrous happening full of mellifluous designs, clear flowing thoughts, and dulcet tones. They're fluid in action, fluent in various dialects of the jazz language, and full of interesting ideas."
Dand Bilawski All Avout Jazz
Tamuz Nissim- vocals
George Nazos - guitar
Duet at Lincoln Center video
Live show video
"Originals that are so smart they can bend light". C Michael Bailey, All About Jazz
"Tamuz Nissim covers just about every imaginable jazz related style from straight melody to scat singing to vocalese and singing atmospheric tones. Put her together with guitarist George Nazos and you have a combination that works so amazingly well through each style that it is stunning." Dave Rogers WTJU
"Tamuz Nissim’s third release and it is a gem! She has a beautiful voice, outstanding control, she can scat with the best of any era and on top of that, she tosses in some knock out vocalese that would put the icing on any cake! "
Dave Rogers WTJU
"Scatting, swinging, singing and working her way into your heart as well as your ears, the vocal/guitar duo at the core of this show knows what are they are doing and where they want to go. A deceptively simple date, the skill and chops that go into making this all work are quite impressive indeed. " Chris Spector Midwest record
Expected Run Time is 120 minutes