Tally Koren is an Israeli-born singer-songwriter. Her first single Beauty of the Duty (2011) was placed on the BBC Radio 2 playlist and subsequently played on over 100 radio stations around the globe. Her second single “Hallelujah (72 Names)”, was on the Graham Norton ‘highlights of the year 2011 show’, the Aled Jones’ Good Morning Sunday Show and was featured on the Virgin Media TV playlist.
In 2011 she received the Best Singer/Songwriter award at the London Fringe Awards Koren has recorded vocals for songs over range of genres. She is influenced by Middle Eastern music, Western electronic and Classical music.
About Tally Koren
Tally Koren is based in London, was born in Israel and lived in Mexico and USA in her early years. Her music career emerged after completing her National Service in the Israeli Army, then winning the Miss Water beauty competition in Israel and enjoying a long career as a model.
Tally is a self- made artist with her own production company, having achieved Radio 2 playlist, regular TV airplay and her music was screened at the Cannes Film Festival. Tally has regularly performed at many of London’s top venues and at events such as The Marbella International Film Festival, a celebration of William Blake at the Tate Britain and for Israeli President Shimon Peres .
The song “In My Dreams” (Fauré-Pavane) from Tally’s ‘Timeless Melodies’ was included in the EMI compilation CD ‘Crossover Superstar’ with regular airplay on O Music – Sky TV.
Tally was the voice of an Israeli agent in the last James Bond film, ‘Quantum of Solace’.
“Rotten Fruit” was written for the film ‘The man who sold the world’, screened at The Cannes Film Festival.
Tally has written ‘The Song for the Forgotten’ to bring awareness to the suffering of Third World Countries and is collaborating with Water Aid and other charities.