Tal Ben Ari “Tula”

Tel Aviv, Israel

Biography

“Tula’s, beauty, enormous talent and soul, all brought together in perfect harmony. Her voice is like a lighthouse that illuminates the darkness of the world.”

Rising star, Tal Ben Ari, aka, TULA, came to the public’s eye back in 2006 when her participation in the videos “Chanda Mama’” and “Lets Not Worry” with international project Playing for Change, became a huge viral hit, with millions of views on YouTube. This marked the beginning of a successful and fruitful international career as a singer and performer.

Tula was born in Tel Aviv, to a half Yemenite, half polish family. Growing with these joined roots in the melting pot of the Israel and the Middle East would influence her music deeply in the years to come.  At the age of 21, Tula arrived to Barcelona, where she found a vibrant and eclectic musical scene. She started studying music in “Taller de Music” school, while alongside she worked as a street musician. She collaborated with other musicians she met from all over the world and after a short while, a talk started around town about an Israeli singer with an angel’s voice. Pretty soon she was approached with offers to join some of Barcelona’s most prominent bands of the Jazz and world music scène. Such as: Asikides, Moussakis, Man Ex Maqina, 08001, The duo project Skyland, and the Cuban A capella quartet, Gema 4.

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Tal Ben Ari “Tula” Upcoming Tour Dates
  • 10

    Aug

    Juno reactor feat. Tal Ben Ari

    Caesars Palace, Paradise, NV, USA

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    Venue: Caesars Palace, Las Vegas

    Date: August 10, 2018

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  • 23

    Aug

    Yshai Afterman project feat. Tal Ben Ari

    Confederation House, Paul Emile Botta Street, Jerusalem, Israel

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    Percussionist Yishai Afterman presents his premier performance, Naomi, having accumulated considerable and diverse experiences performing in Israel and abroad with first-rate artists. The performance tells his life story, through songs that he has written in Hebrew and English, and classical texts that he collected along his musical journeys. This work moves between modern jazz and Mediterranean groove and challenges the boundaries between a variety of musical genres.

    Yishai Afterman percussion, vocals; Uriel Oshrat piano, vocals; Tula Ben Ari vocals, percussion; Daniel Sapir, bass, voices; Ofer Mizrahi guitars, oud, trumpet

    Venue: Confederation house

    Date and Time: August 23, 2018 at 8:30 PM

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