Tali Birenberg

About Tali Birenberg

I'm a musician from Tel Aviv. Since I remember myself the music was flowing in my blood. My mom would play concerts when she was pregnant with me, putting the radio close to her belly. I played the 

piano since the age of 7, At 12 I was leaning on the floor to record the music charts. I admired Madonna, Cindy Lauper and Michael Jackson. When 15 I dreamed of Axl Rose and Slash and drew their character on our school yearbook*I went to see the GUNS N' ROSES concert in the Tel Aviv Park in May 1993. Later I met with Axl Rose my hero on a latest show in Israel in 2012. 

In 2008 after completing my academic studies with a degree in English Literature and Linguistics I moved to Florentine neighborhood known mostly as a place for artists in Tel Aviv. I was on my late 20's then, during which period I started to hang around with a guitar in various local bars and performed in front of an audience. I started my own band DSPARKS about that time and in 2012 we played in the most famous Rock Club in Israel Barby Tel Aviv. This was a dream come true, a legendary concert from which emerged the hit video DON'T TURN THE LIGHTS OFF. Today I am back to my dear piano, embarking on a solo career. I'm writing songs to myself and other artists as well. STAR 1 is an important step for me in realizing my vision. The three songs EP we've introduced here is a part of an important larger project called SPARKS. 

The SPARKS is a three CD pack; a trilogy, through which I intend to deliver a message of love and peace to the world. I holeheartedly believe that music connects people. The project is based on the belief that each person is a spark unique and our duty is to help light the spark in every human being, and help to create a better world where everyone can express himself freely and create, so that more people would feel better and so the world will become a better place to live in. 

Love you All! 

I Thank STAR 1, and I thank you all for making this dream come true! 

Dear Rabbi

album: Tali Birenberg
genre: Rock
streams: 58

Dear Rabbi