Elisete's Carnaval - Fundraising Show for the LGBTQ Community, Tuesday, 24.12.19, 12:00, Nachalat Binyamin Corner of Rambam, Tel Aviv
On Tuesday, 24.12.19, the third Chanukah candle, from 12:00 to 14:00, I invite you to come to 'Elisete's Carnaval' a Fundraising Show at Nahalat Binyamin Street on the corner of Rambam Street.
My Carnaval will go to the heart of Tel Aviv to make everyone happy! See you at Chanukah!.
Tuesday, 24.12.19, 12:00, Nahalat Binyamin Street, Rambam Corner, Tel Aviv.
Elisete's Carnaval - Fundraising Show for the LGBTQ Community, Thursday, 9.1.20, 20:00, Brazilian Cultural Center, Tel Aviv
On Thursday, 9.1.20, I hold a fundraising event at the Brazilian Cultural Center in Tel Aviv, whose revenue is dedicated to supporting associations that help members of the LGBTQ community.
At the event I present 'Elisete's Carnaval' which is a true Brazilian party with all the joy and love that I brought from Brazil and that I carry with me with my original songs in Hebrew and Portuguese.
You are invited to come, contribute and enjoy a soul trip to Brazil. I'd love to see you!
The album ‘Inspired by the sun’ is a rhythmic, happy and essentially electronic album. In fact, it is the mirror image of the previous album 'Quiet' which was acoustic, pensive and reflective. ‘Inspired by the sun’ deals with the healing of our pains and with acceptance of life through rhythm, light and joy. Elisete takes us with her caressing Brazilian way from pain and sorrow straight to the sun and the Carnaval. She has no illusions about the nature of the world, she simply believes that it can be corrected through universal love, music and true joy.
Inspired by the sun - Elisete's new single from the album on the way. Elisete seeks to bring light, optimism and joy to all, and the song ‘Inspired by the sun’ is about healing pain and accepting life by way of light and joy. Elisete takes us in her Brazilian caressing way from the pain and sorrow straight to the sun and Carnaval. The song is electronic, rhythmic, tribal and primal in its resonant drums and it charges the listeners with good energy and joy straight from the heart. It is an optimistic song about the good within us and the good sun that should guide us to healing.
Mali Kovalsky, Cultural department, Petach Tikva municipality:
You came on Thursday to our Jazz club at Beit Avraham Shapira with 5 musicians.
I was a bit worried about the term Brazilian Jazz as our audience is used to Jazz in general.
You made us a wonderful evening with warmth and love and happy, fabulous Brazilian Jazz music
Our audience enjoyed tremendously.
Keep up the good work and we will be happy to cooperate in the future. Great show!
Ronit Forer, made a party for her father's 70 birthday:
Thank you very much for a happy and professional show.
It was great fun to dance and sing with you, to experience the positive energy you brought to us all.
I was especially happy to see how my father enjoyed and was moved by your show and kind words.
Well done !!!