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June 2024 #3 - Top 40 for Jewish Influence Nafshenoo Ke-Zipor נפשנו כציפור (track)
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About: Sorelo Levy
Hanan Levy Sorelo - Musician, Flamenco Guitarist, Writer, Composer, and Arranger.

Born in Bat Galim, Haifa, in 1978.

Started playing guitar at age 13, studied music at the Dunie Weizman Conservatory, and at Hed College on the composition track, as well as with the top teachers in Israel and the world.

Sorelo plays with Lior Elmaliach and is also part of the Maurice El Medioni Musical Ensemble.

He has played with the Andalusian Orchestra, first as a regular musician and then as a lead player. Within this framework, he played with international artists such as Nabil Khalidi, Jo Amar, Emil Zrihan, Abed Fattah Benis, Spino, and more.

Took part in various productions with top artists, Yasmin Levy, the Maghreb Orchestra, Micha Sheetreet, Dikla Dori ("Thy children shall come again to their own border"), Shlomi Saranga, and other artists.

He established, managed, and produced independent musical ensembles, Vientos Del Mar and South Winds Flamenco ensembles, which included Tanya Winnicor (dance and violin), Nissan Reuven (cajon), as well as guest musicians and dancers.

Currently, Sorelo performs at international festivals of world music, poetry, and Flamenco.

He teaches Flamenco guitar and runs musical workshops, courses, and private frameworks.

He has been playing for Flamenco dancers for years, modern dance, and Oriental dance (lots of work with Miri Alon), performances and classes, and has been creating music for their choreography.

Within the framework of his work with the Kfar Shmaryahu Theater, he has composed music for the play "Blood Wedding."

He took part in the Beit Hillel project called "My Friend, You Forgot," which puts Jewish hymns and poetry on the stage.

Sorelo has just released his first single, "Want to Be Happy," from his debut album recorded in the last year at the Kicha Studio. He has begun performing songs from his new album throughout Israel.