Kodak Theatre, Hollywood
Presented by: Keshet Chaim, Teev Events, Michael Dorf and Goldenland Concerts
In a historic celebration commemorating the 60th anniversary of the State of Israel, Los Angeles hosted a weeklong festival part of a citywide event known as “Let My People Sing.” The festival featured 60 hours of live entertainment in and around L.A. culminated in an exclusive, star-studded concert at the Kodak Theatre featuring Israeli superstars Idan Raichel, Noa, and Rami Kleinstein.
Its line up of superstar artists include: Israeli keyboardist and composer Idan Raichel of the Idan Raichel Project is a renowned recording artist with multiple #1 hits and triple platinum sales; Noa, known in Israel as Achinoam Nini, is one of Israel’s leading international concert and recording artists; and Rami Kleinstein, often compared to Elton John and Billy Joel, is one of Israel's greatest composers, piano players and performers. Joining these three headliners are Habanot Nechama, the hot female trio voted “Best New Act” by Israeli radio, and Keshet Chaim, a contemporary L.A. – based Israeli dance company which premiered a new work in honor of Israel’s 60th. Academy Award recipient Kirk Douglas and award-winning television host Larry King round out this high profile concert sponsored by the Jewish Federation, Consul General of Israel, El Al, Kodak Theatre, JDate, Sinai Temple, Keshet Chaim and Craig ‘N Co.
“Israel 60 at The Kodak” was produced in conjunction with the NY celebration at Radio City Music Hall and a production team that includes David Azulay, Michael Dorf and Moishe Rozenfeld. All net proceeds of this event benefited three leading Israeli organizations helping children in need---Ahava orphanage in the North, Gvanim in Sderot, and Beit Issie Shapiro in the center of Israel.