Roni Kaspi

Israeli-born Roni Kaspi has been playing drums since the age of 7. At 14 Roni attended the Thelma Yellin High School for the Arts where she spent her days at school and her nights playing in many Jazz Clubs in the Tel Aviv area, covering a wide range of musical genres such as Jazz, Funk, Rock, Fusion, R&B, Latin and World.

Roni has composed and collaborated with top musicians such as Anders Bergcrantz, Benjamin Schmidt, Roxy Coss and more. She has also played in the opening acts for Robert Glasper’s and Tom Harrell’s shows and in the Red Sea Jazz Festival in Israel and performed at the Toronto, JEN and Cambridge Jazz Festivals in North America after which she received a full scholarship to study at Berklee College of Music. In 2018, Roni performed in PASIC festival in Indianapolis. In last September, Roni began her college career at Berklee in Boston.

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Country: United-States



13 responses to “Roni Kaspi”

  1. Good luck in the contest !! Great job Roni 👊🥁

  2. Drummerdanva says:

    Each year in this contest you raise the bar with your amazing drumming. Energy.. groove.. feel.. technique.. musicality.. polyrhythms.. all of these are ingrained in your playing. Thanks for sharing your talents with us Roni! Good luck in HLAG and I hope the Berklee experience gives you the knowledge and the contacts to launch your career to the highest levels!

  3. Momo Kawazoe says:

    I always enjoy watching your entries. You have such a deep groove and passion!

  4. rasila says:

    I am proud to share weekly winner with someone of your talent. Best of luck to you. But I don’t think you’re need it!

  5. Amanda Dal says:

    Really great playing!

  6. Next Level Stellar Roni! A few times – especially at 2:00 and 4:00 – I thought we had entered an alternate universe or you had caused a bend in time with your playing 🙂 You have a powerful drumming career ahead – squeeze all you can from Berklee! R- (40+ drumset)

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