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Nati Gale

Nati Gale – a young Israeli singer & performer who works in several genres (Jazz, Soul, Pop, Folklore & Rock).
Born in Lipetsk (Russia) and currently living in Israel.
Nati's first performance on the "big" stage was at age 4, and since then music became the essence of his life
In 2002 he became one of the soloists of the popular boys-band "T-7", and after that he continued his solo career. Attended many prestige music-festivals and competitions (such as "Music Box", "The song of the year", "The Golden Hanukiya", "Eilat 2007"… e.t.c)
Made two video-clips – one with T-7 and another with the popular pop-singer Lana B.
Sang and acted in awarded Israeli movie in 2007, and he's constant participant of popular telecasts of the channel "Israel-PLUS".
Nati's jazz-program "All about love" is popular among this genre-loving audience.
Another project is to be released – the musical "Don't have to say goodbye" by the composer Igor Perchuk.
Also Nati have started collaboration with several famous Israeli and Russian DJ's – soon to come...
Nowadays Nati performs with several bands, big-bands and orchestras in Israel and abroad

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Tenor Yevgeny Shapovalov was born in Belarus and studied voice at the renowned Music Academy in Odessa.


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Yuri Povolotsky

Yuri POVOLOTSKY was born in Odessa (Ukraine) in February, 14, 1962.
In 1986 graduated from Gnesin Russian Music Academy in Moscow – faculty of composition. Teachers: Professor Heinrich Litinsky and Professor Alexey Muravlev.
From 1991 live in Israel.
A member of the Israel Composers’ League.
The author of symphonic and chamber music, the works in various styles and genres, performed in concerts, performances and is broadcasting over the radio and TV in Israel and many countries all over the world (USA, Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Holland, Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Hungary, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Japan, Hong Kong, China, Thailand, New Zealand, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan).
During last years created some pieces connected with Jewish theme and folklore.
Art & Musical Director of Jazz-Klezmer-Band “Apropos.art”
Being a member of various groups became a prize-winner at the International Competition of Ethnic Music in Tel-Aviv/Israel (2000) and the UNESCO prize-winner at the International Festival “Sharq Taronalari” in Samarkand/Uzbekistan (2003). Participated in Jewish Music Festivals in Russia, Israel, Holland & Poland.
“Jerusalem Olive” Prize-Winner (2007)  www.yuri-povolotsky.com

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