Hawaiian Ukulele Fairy Tale

Hawaiian Ukulele Fairy Tale

Saturday, February 9th, 2019, 11:00
Recanati Auditorium, Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Tickets at: 03-5733001

Taimane is a magical Ukulele player. She merges many different musical styles in her playing: Flamenco, Samba, Rumba and even Pop, Rock, Jazz and native Hawaiian songs – the island where she was born.

The Ukulele, nicknamed “jumping flea” is a string instrument, related to the guitar, banjo and others. The first Ukulele was made by immigrants that came to Hawaii from Portugal around 150 year ago. It quickly found its place in local folk music, eventually spreading to the rest of the United States.

Come and experience a very special instrument played by a very special musician!

Saturday, February 9th, 2019, 11:00
Recanati Auditorium, Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Tickets at: 03-5733001

Featuring:

Taimane – Ukulele (Hawaii)

Jonathan Heraux – Percussion (Hawaii)

Noa Drezner – Guitar (Israel)

Taimane – Ukulele

Jonathan Heraux – Percussion

Noa Drezner – Guitar