Israel star to perform in Australia

November 2, 2017 by Geoff Sirmai
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Idan Raichel is a world music phenomenon and one of the most dynamic and inspiring performers you will ever see on stage. The universally loved performer is coming to Australia in March 2018

​In a unique piano concert series together with six guest musicians from Tel Aviv, these live concerts will celebrate Idan’s amazing career and musical journey over the past 12 years. This is a unique and intimate concert series not to missed, with the repertoire and guests artists specially brought together by Idan for this Australian tour.

Thrilling, moving… totally unique, Idan’s music has Middle Eastern influences but also draws on Latin American and African sounds for its inspiration.

“This one-man Middle East peace accord makes music that is an ambitious celebration of multicultural diversity. He thrillingly bridges the traditional and the modern.” – The Times of London

Producer, keyboardist, lyricist, composer and performer Idan Raichel is a global music icon who has brought his inspiring example and soul-stirring music to some of the planet’s biggest stages. As the leader of The Idan Raichel Project, Idan acts as a musical ambassador representing a hopeful world in which artistic collaboration breaks down barriers between people of different backgrounds and beliefs. Over the past 13 years, Idan has collaborated with American pop stars India.Arie, Dave Matthews and Alicia Keys, not to mention a wide range of artists who are household names in their native countries: Portugal’s Ana Moura, France’s Patrick Bruel, Italy’s Ornella Vanoni, Germany’s Andreas Scholl, and Mali’s Vieux Farka Touré to name but a few.

The Idan Raichel Project’s spectacular live show has enchanted audiences worldwide and have headlined in some of the world’s most prestigious venues, including New York’s Central Park Summer Stage, Apollo Theater, Town Hall and Radio City Music Hall, Los Angeles’ Kodak Theater, the Sydney Opera House, Zenith in Paris, London’s Royal Albert Hall and many international festivals. They have also performed across Europe, South & Central America, Hong Kong, Singapore, India, Ethiopia, South Africa, Ghana, Japan and dozens of other countries for enraptured audiences of all backgrounds.

Sydney Tue March 6th NIDA Parade Theatre 215 Anzac Parade , Kensington
Melbourne Wed March 7th National Theatre 20 Carlisle Street St Kilda
Byron Bay Thur March 8th Civic Memorial Hall, 55 Dalley St Mullumbimby 
Tickets from $55 via

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