Efrat Alony © Artist

Efrat Alony’s 'Hollywood isn’t Calling'

The award-winning Israeli singer and composer Efrat Alony takes a playful approach to her new project 'Hollywood isn't Calling' and brings an unusual pair of opposites together at one table: humor and profundity sit attentively opposite each other. The profundity with a thoughtful look, - the humor erratic and disarming. And when both are ready to swap places, they finally are surprised to realize that they are much closer to each other than they had suspected.

From this interplay emerges a lightness that brings Alony's seductive poetry to even more dynamic expression. Her strong voice is able to effortlessly slip into a wide variety of characters and emotions like a fantastic being, constantly taking on new forms. 'Hollywood isn't Calling' is full of fresh vitality and sonorous dexterity. Together with guitarist Frank Wingold, Henning Sieverts on double bass and drummer Heinrich Köbberling and Efrat Alony are as a quartet as modern storytellers inside and give the music at the same time strength and fragility through their inexhaustible liveliness: an exciting game of contrasts and depth with a bright wink.

Thu, 20.10.2022
Concert Highlight!

Efrat Alony (vocals), Henning Sieverts (double bass), Heinrich Köbberling (drums), Frank Wingold (guitar)


concert hall Start 20:00 Doors 19:00

18 €/12 € red. Presale Please note: vendors of presale-tickets may charge additional fees.

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