Israel @ 70: A Musical Celebration featuring Bat Ella!
Bat ella is a secular Israeli-sabra who is very proud of her Jewish heritage and believes that Judaism is a "treasure" that belongs equally to all Jews. She presents pluralistic, egalitarian and Israeli Judaism.
Bat ella, a singer, graduate of the IDF Performing Art Troupe "L'hakat pikud Darom". Through her performances of songs of prayer and liturgy from the Jewish Sources in melodies and arrangements that express the rich musical texture of the Israeli melting pot, Bat ella makes the "Jewish Bookshelf" accessible to diverse audience. These performances have the ability to bring elation, joy, optimism and hope a performance of "Israeli soul music with Jewish flavor".
As a musical spiritual leader, Bat ella conducts moving musical experiences on themes from the Israeli-Jewish culture and heritage, that invite and encourage audience participation children and adults.
Bat ella is the "signature" singer and leader of Jewish spiritual music in the network of schools belonging to "Tali Foundation" (strengthening of Jewish studies) that includes close to 300 schools with 45,000 children and 400,000 graduates in Israel. Some of her music has become anthem-like among thousands of Israeli families, including "Helelu", "T'filat Haderech" and "Tfilati" (My Prayer).
Bat ella has to her credit two solo albums of music, Tfilati (My Prayer) (2010) and Lchi Lach(2015), a musical production devoted to the renowned American singer-songwriter Debbie Friedman. Both albums are produced and arranged by Amos Ben-David.
North Suburban Synagogue Beth El (View)
1175 Sheridan Road
Highland Park, IL 60035
|Minimum Age: 8|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|