Jacques Brel

18 Jul 19
WFLA
Judy Bechar sings in six languages: Hebrew, English, French, Russian, Italian and Spanish. Her rich repertoire includes select songs from famous Broadway musicals (Cabaret, Westside Story, Cats, Phantom of the Opera, The Sounds of Music, etc.), and the favorite French chansons of Edith Piaf, Yves Montand, Jacques Brel, Gilbert Bécaud, etc. She also sings Spanish classics such as Besa me Mucho, Granada, Historia de un Amor, etc. Thanks to her amazing, rich and enchanting vocals, she drifts away towards the realm of the light opera, and performs select sections from La Traviata, Carmen, The Barber of Seville. Found in her repertoire are great and exciting renditions of sections such as Nessun Dorma and Time to Say Goodbye. She performed many times in Israeli TV and radio shows, and got crowned as the “Israeli Edith Piaf.” Judy is a tremendous performer, a “stage dweller” with an amazing tone of voice. She performs with a 60-player philharmonic orchestra and in smaller ensembles on demand. Judy’s greatest passion is to excite and reach every single person in the audience. She does that with tremendous professionalism and artistry, and the audience rewards her with love. She’ll be preforming at the Palladium in St. Pete in Jan. of 2020.
17 Jul 19
Tiny Commotions

A few weeks into the 21st century, I woke up one morning unable to breathe. Or rather, I could breathe, but not correctly, not easily. My chest felt strange. My pulse labored. The act of taking in air and expelling it did not come without effort. I thought it might pass. It didn’t. I went […]

17 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

1 In the XIXe century, a saying claimed that"There is much more Montmartre in Paris than Paris in Montmartre". Why ? A because of the wine provided to the taverns. B Because of the plaster cast from the quarries. C Because of the nuns housed in the Royal Abbey of the Ladies of Montmartre. D […]

16 Jul 19
mazeeye

It was an old tie but a good one. Hairs from the yak head held against the wall still and solid. Its owner the reputable Mister Bailiwick admired the dead catawampus with a fierce grin as his gilded party operated without issue or complacency. He remembered the day well, how he plucked the creature’s life […]

15 Jul 19
Art Isn’t Easy

Considering I’ve been dealing with a lot in terms of stresses with work and finances, it has been rather joyous to be in the mindset of thinking about theatre again. Focusing on these particular songs from musicals has been a great way for me to pass the time while I have down time at work, […]

14 Jul 19
Пылесосы

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13 Jul 19
Making Histolines

Jacques Brel walking up a French street in the 1960s https://t.co/yUb43L9RcP ||(via Twitter http://twitter.com/historylvrsclub/status/1150167734254284800)@historylvrsclub

11 Jul 19
Sigrid's World

I cut my last post short as it had been neglected for a couple of days because I didn’t really know how to continue it. Sometimes I get a bout of inspiration for an hour or two and then it kisses me goodbye and leaves me feeling deflated and lonely. When I tried to continue […]

11 Jul 19
#FigureSkating EISKUNSTLAUFEN #artonice legends & stars:

To dream the impossible dream To fight the unbeatable foe To bear with unbearable sorrow To run where the brave dare not go To reach the unreachable star …..   Magic moments on ice: Robin Cousins (EUR) – 1994 World Team Figure Skating Championships, Artistic Program: “3Axel1996”: “Amherst, Massachusetts, USA – 1994 World Team Figure […]

11 Jul 19
LE BLOG DE L'ILE DE FRANCE

BASTILLE DAY!  So many events to choose from, starting with a PRE-BASTILLE DAY PARTY with LE JAZZ HOT and FABRICE MARTINEZ GYPSY JAZZ BAND at the UC Botanical Gardens… There’s also BASTILLE DAY 2019 at Embarcadero Plaza, including walking tours of San Francisco in French and with a French focus, a pétanque tournament, linens from A […]