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Friday, 10 August 2007

Australian Tour : Chaim Dovid and Yehuda Glantz

Jewish troubadours to tour Australia:
Chaim Dovid and Yehuda Glantz

The AJN has brought attention to the fact that Chaim Dovid and Yehuda Glantz are about to tour Australia

From AJN

CONTEMPORARY Jewish music with a Latin twist. This is how Argentinean-born musician Yehuda Glantz describes the music which has taken him all over the world.

“In combining so many different styles, I hope to focus on what makes us similar and not on what makes us different,” he says over the phone from Israel.

Glantz, along with fellow Orthodox troubadour Chaim Dovid, will be heading to Australia for performances in Melbourne and Sydney this month.

“Chaim and I are long-time friends and I am very excited to perform with him,” Glantz says.

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Glantz began his music tuition at the tender age of five. By age 15, he had mastered a variety of different instruments, including guitar, keyboard and accordion.

Glantz, who made aliyah in 1979, writes, composes and produces his own music in his private studio in Jerusalem. Last year, he performed original compositions alongside the Israel Symphony Orchestra.

“I want to make people happy and unify my audience,” he says.

Originally from South Africa, Dovid’s Carlebach-inspired style has been entertaining crowds in Australia, North America and Europe for nearly two decades.

Despite their different styles, the pair, says concert organiser Yossi Segelman, are sure to cater to most musical tastes.

“Chaim Dovid has inspired thousands of people all over the world with his music and Yehuda Glantz brings a lot of energy,” Segelman told the AJN. “It will really be a special show.”

Yehuda Glantz and Chaim Dovid will perform on Sunday, August 5, 7pm, at the University of NSW Science Theatre and on Monday, August 6, 8pm, at the Athenaeum Theatre, 188 Collins Street, Melbourne.


1 Comment:

selva said...

All I want to do is go for three weeks to visit my brother in Australia . I know you really hate illegal immigrants and all - although I can't think why since you incarcerate them all in detention camps and keep them safely out of sight. This much paperwork could take me a lifetime to put together. Maybe I should take my tourist dollars somewhere else where it’s far more exciting and probably easier to get in - like Australia or Iraq.

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