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(photo credit: David Brinn)
Harpist Newsom headed here
American folk singer and harpist Joanna Newsom will
be performing at the Tel Aviv Opera House on September 30, production team
Naranjah announced on Monday.
Newsom won critical claim in 2004 with the
release of her debut on the Drag City label, The Milk-Eyed Mender.
California-based singer’s wistful, tender voice, combined with her at
whimsical, at times sentimental harp melodies, musical ingenuity and
virtuosity, earned her a loyal fan base that would follow her for years
On her most successful album, Ys (2006), Newsom
up with producer Steve Albini, singer-songwriter Bill Callahan and other
figures in the alternative music industry to create a record of
musically complex tracks, all featuring her signature instrument and
Newsom released her third album, Have One On Me, earlier
year. A triple release, the record featured elaborate arrangements and
collaborations with classical musicians, as well as a wide range of
ranging far beyond folk and Americana.
Newsom performs at the
in Tel Aviv on September 30 at 9 p.m.; tickets are available at
Yaakov Balkan Beat Box
to lead free fest in TA
A mobile music parade will take
place on July 9 along the Tel Aviv promenade.
The Musix Parade, sponsored by Pelephone and the Tel Aviv Municipality,
feature free performances by dozens of artists, including Balkan Beat
Useless ID, and Terry Poison. The artists will peform beginning at noon
back of a truck that will slowly move up and down the promenade and end
the Charles Clore garden for a giant performance beginning at 2:30 pm. • David