music

Yardena Arazi

Fellowship Blog

Yardena Arazi – One of Israel’s Most Popular Singers

From Eurovision in the 1970s to singing for Israel's 70th birthday, Yardena Arazi has long been one of the Holy Land's most beloved entertainers.

Kipras Petrauskas in opera costume

Fellowship Blog

From Opera Star to Holocaust Hero

A Lithuanian opera tenor, Kipras Petrauskas and his wife gave up their lives and careers to shelter and save the daughter of a Jewish friend and colleague.

Josef Tal, composer in 1939 with Palestine Conservatory of Music Orchestra

Fellowship Blog

Josef Tal – A Courageous Israeli Composer

A composer who made aliyah (immigrated to the Holy Land), Josef Tal created classical music for the modern state of Israel.

Harpo Marx playing the Harp

Stand For Israel

Harpo in the Holy Land

Harpo Marx, the iconic Jewish-American comedian left one of his most iconic props - his beloved harp - to the nation of his people, Israel.

Neil Diamond Rewrites ‘Sweet Caroline’ for COVID-19 Safety

Fellowship Blog

Neil Diamond Rewrites ‘Sweet Caroline’ for COVID-19 Safety

Beloved Jewish singer/songwriter Neil Diamond modified one of his classic songs to fit with the current coronavirus crisis.

Jerusalem B. Goode

Stand For Israel

Jerusalem B. Goode

Governor Mike Huckabee and Ambassador David Friedman play music for American visitors to Israel.

PM Netanyahu lays rose on casket of Israeli music legend Arik Einstein

Fellowship Blog

The Voice of Israel

Considered the greatest and most influential Israeli singer of all time, Arik Einstein was the most popular musical artist in the Jewish state's history.

Flory Jagoda playing guitar

Stand For Israel

Ocho Kandelas Para Mi

"Ocho Kandelikas" is a festive Hanukkah song in the language of Ladino, the Spanish equivalent of Yiddish.

Kibbutz Beit HaShita, 1950

Stand For Israel

The Wheat Grows Again

Kibbutz Beit HaShita was named for a biblical town which saw a famous battle, and is remembered for losing the most men during the Yom Kippur War.

Daniel Barenboim as a child in Israel, 1953

Fellowship Blog

A Holy Land Prodigy

Daniel Barenboim grew up from being an Israeli musical wunderkind to one of the most respected musicians and conductors in the world of classical music.

Zubin Mehta

Fellowship Blog

The Day He Gave Israel His Heart

Fifty years ago, Zubin Mehta arrived in Israel to comfort the war-torn Holy Land, and then stayed for half a century.

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