RutiCelli

RutiCelli

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New Age - Alternative | Miami, Florida, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,229   
Member Since: 2012
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Zero 7, Portishead

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Israeli born, cellist Ruti Machnai, AKA RutiCelli, is a multi talented musician who plays cello, sing, create her own music production, keyboards programming, compositions, sound engineering, sound recording and songwriting.Ruti has been a concert cellist for 29 years but it wasn't until 8 years ago that she discover her love for songwriting. Classically trained, Ruti has extensive orchestral and chamber music experience. She became a member of the New World Symphony Orchestra after completing her studies at the New England Conservatory of Music, (Boston MA) where she received her BA in Cello Performance.
RutiCelli's first published CD "Nocturnal", under the name "Ruti Machnai and the waves of Love" is available on iTunes and was just recently remastered. It is now called "Nocturnal Miniatures" and is availabe on googleplay.com. Her upcoming album, "Its just a little dream" is due December 2014.
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RutiCelli will be performing 2 sets of sensual lounge/ trip hop original compositions at The Embassy Miami on 4600 NE 2nd ave, every sunday at 10pm.
For all of you who are passing through Florida- please pass by and have a glass of wine.


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Chet Nichols posted over 30 days ago to RutiCelli


Hey Ruti,

Girl, I absolutely love "It's Just A Little Dream".....total knock-out of a song.

Thanks for sharing...

Chet Nichols


   
 
Chet Nichols posted over 30 days ago


Hey Ruti,

Thanks for the connection.

First of all, cello was my first stringed instrument. I began playing it at 6 years old. At the same time, I began formal piano training. Back in the 70's, as a guest artist ( I was an established singer-songwriter in SF at that time), I sat in and played cello on several rock albums that were recorded in San Francisco. Anyway, I LOVE the sound of the cello.....and you play it BEYOND "well". What a treat.

Wishing you the best success in the future.....just keep on writing and composing....

My Best,

Chet Nichols


Rob Cariddi posted over 30 days ago


Great work here ! Mellifluous ! Good Luck !~~RC


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