Schachat & sons: Ra’anana’s tour de force

Schachat and sons sang a diverse selection of popular music, joined by the superb ensemble known as the Ofer Portugaly Gospel Singers.

By DAVID BEN-SHAUL
November 22, 2018 22:22
Schachat & sons: Ra’anana’s tour de force

Colin (right) and Gabi Schachat singing with the Ra’anana Symphonette Orchestra. (photo credit: COLIN SCHACHAT)

 
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GIFTED ISRAELI baritone Colin Schachat is constantly on the move, and audiences everywhere love him! But there’s nothing like playing to a home crowd, especially when harmonizing with two of his four sons.

After his spectacular debut appearance with popular Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli in Tuscany on September 6, Schachat returned to his hometown, Ra’anana, to perform on October 27 with his sons Gabi, 27, and Micha, 21, in a delightful evening of popular music accompanied by the Ra’anana Symphonette Orchestra conducted by Maestro David Sebba.

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