David Broza Jewish, Arab singers perform together "to promote harmony" US Embassy organizes the concert, which honors slain American Jewish journalist Daniel Pearl Israeli singers David Broza and Mira Awad performed Thursday at a concert organized by the US Embassy in Israel “to promote harmony for humanity through music.” Jewish, Arab singers perform together 'to promote harmony

Broza has been one of Israel’s most successful musicians since his first hit song “Yihyeh Tov” (it will be good) appeared on the Israeli charts in 1977. Born in Haifa in 1952, Borza spent formative years in Tel-Aviv, England, and Madrid. He has been one of Israel’s most prominent voices for coexistence and peace using his influence to bring groups of Palestinian and Israeli musicians together.

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March 11, 2018