On January 7th, 2017 David Broza is preforming at Town Hall in New York City. Broza will begin the show and an additional band member will join him for each song as the show progresses— layering a bolero-style crescendo on the audience.
Every newly-introduced musician brings their instrument to a level of expertise and sensory delight. With guitars, drums, percussion, keyboard, piano, recorder and vocals, the audience will be mesmerized by the depth of fluency and youthful, hip energy on stage. The shared joy of the musicians is both captivating and addictive. Joining him on stage will be special guests qanun players, Ali Paris and Spyro Gyra, saxophonist Jay Beckenstein, as well as a few surprise guests. Also at the show will be Alon Albagli, a talented guitarist and composer originally from Israel, Yuval Lion, a New York based drummer and Uri Kleinman, a bassist musician who grew up in Rehovot, Israel. Tammy Scheffer, a vocalist and composer and Eden Ladin, an artist born in New-York City and raised in Tel-Aviv, Israel will also join Broza on stage. A spectacular and wonderful evening lies in store.
The Jewish Week interviewed Broza recently as he celebrated turning 60. Read the interview here.