VISION OF HOPE 

UK TOUR 2018

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VISION OF HOPE 

Tally  Koren  "Vision of Hope" UK Tour is part of her work to promote Peace and reconciliation.

Her vision is to transcend cultures, faiths and backgrounds through art and education, as she is a great believer that we all speak the same language through music and art.

The tour will be dedicated to Peace with known and original songs. 

With contributions from spiritual speakers, poets and guest 

 
 
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Tally Koren is the Fringe Award winner for

best Singer Songwriter and was playlisted

on BBC Radio 2. Tally has regularly performed

at many top venues with recent highlights

including the Royal Albert Hall, the Forum,

Belgrade Theatre, the William Blake Celebration

at Tate Britain and in front of the late

former president Shimon Peres.

 

With a mixed background, half Syrian

and half Polish, Tally believes her voice

is there to be heard and is extremely

passionate about using her music as a

melodic tool to bridge the gap between

different cultures. 

 

 

In the past, Tally has hosted a concert

"Music for Peace in the Middle East",where

Palestinians and Israelis performed on one stage

and she received a prestigious award as an

‘Ambassador for Peace’

 

 A well travelled, multi-lingual artist

 with an insatiable appetite cultures and art. 

 

Tally’s velvety voice caught the attention

James Bond directors, placing her as an

Israeli agent in the film ‘Quantum of Solace’

News

Tally will be soon back at the studio to complete “If I Could Write A Love Poem” an album based on poetry that she re edited and recorded last year at the Abbey Road Studio Two.

From September Tally will be visiting schools and give workshops about poetry with the theme of peace as part of NSPC4PEACE

TWITTER FEED 

  It was such a privilege to meet Bhai Sahib Mohinder Singh this month at the  Nishkam Centre in Birmingham and to speak about collaboration with the National Schools Poetry Competition with the theme of Peace.

 It was such a privilege to meet Bhai Sahib Mohinder Singh this month at the  Nishkam Centre in Birmingham and to speak about collaboration with the National Schools Poetry Competition with the theme of Peace.