• Noa - Love Medicine
  • Noa on stage
  • Noa and Band: Gil Dor, Gadi Seri, Adam Ben Ezra
  • Noa and Band: Gil Dor, Gadi Seri, Adam Ben Ezra
  • Gil Dor
  • Noa - Achinoam Nini - laying with LP vinyl records
  • Noa - Achinoam Nini- and violin
  • Noa and Quincy Jones
  • Noa on stage
  • Noa and Joaquin Sabina
  • Noa in MITO/Prix Italia, with Orchestra Nazionale della RAI in Torino
  • Noa - Achinoam Nini
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Noa's New Album is available NOW!

Beautiful That Way

The official song clip of Roberto Benigni’s Oscar-winning film Life is Beautiful

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Underwater Photo Shoot

Making of the underwater photo session for the Love Medicine album cover

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Websites made easy

Concert Highlights

Some of the most memorable songs and stage performances of Noa’s career

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Built to impress

Live Performance

Noa in concert at the Mito/Prix Italia with Orchestra Nazionale della RAI in Torino

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  • Noa - Album Cover

    Noa

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    Noa, our first international album, was released in, 1994 after the release of “Achinoam Nini and Gil Dor” ,1993 (not to be confused with “A.N. and G.D. Live in Concert”. As you can see, we’re big on album titles).However, it was recorded earlier, so from …

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  • Achinoam Nini and Gil Dor -The second album with songs from Israeli poets Rachel and Lea Goldberg

    Achinoam Nini and Gil Dor

    So, like I said before, this album was made as an intermediate project in the period of time between the preliminary recordings and the ultimate release of Noa. Two things happened: I discovered Hebrew Poetry with some help from good friends in Jerusalem, Hagai and …

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  • Achinoam Nini and Gil Dor Live. Achinoam Nini's (Noa) first album

    Achinoam Nini and Gil Dor Live

    The album “Achinoam Nini and Gil Dor , Live in Concert” is a faithful documentation of my first period of work with Gil Dor, which began with a duet concert in a festival in Tel Aviv’s “Cinemateque” called “Jazz, Movies and Videotape”, Feb.8, 1990 . …

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  • Gadi Seri and Roberto Mendes

    Gadi Seri

    GADI SERI, Born in 1965, is an active musician, playing percussion instruments, a teacher, composer, arranger and producer. He is one of the leading percussion players in the field, with a long and extensive career, which encircles a wide section in the branch of music …

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  • Adam Ben Ezra with contrabass

    Adam Ben Ezra

    There are musicians, and then there’s double bass phenomenon and YouTube sensation Adam Ben Ezra; a man seemingly on a mission to bring his instrument from its status as a background note to the dominant front-presence it deserves. Along the way Adam has been pushing …

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  • Noa (Achinoam Nini)

    In a nutshell

    Achinoam Nini אחינועם ניני (known also as NOA), Israeli born of Yemenite origin, raised in the US, resides in Israel with her husband and 3 children. She is Israel’s leading international singer/songwriter, having shared the stage with superstars such as Sting, Pat Metheny, Quincy Jones, …

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  • Noa playing drums by Ennio Stranieri

    and now at length…

    Known in Israel by her given name Achinoam Nini, Noa is Israel’s leading international concert and recording artist. Born in Tel- Aviv in 1969, Noa lived in NYC from age 2 until her return to Israel alone at the age of 17. Her family is …

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  • Aznavour and Noa in concert in Tel Aviv

    Duets and Collaboration

    Noa has toured and sang with rock superstar Sting, performed her song “Child of man” with Stevie Wonder for a CBS TV special in the US, and shared the stage and microphone with many great artists, including Pat Metheny, Quincy Jones, Carlos Santana, Sheryl Crow, George Benson, …

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  • Concert Highlights

    Concert Highlights

    Noa has performed in Carnegie Hall and Avery Fisher Hall in NYC, Olympia, Salle Pleyel and Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris, Rome’s Colosseum, Teatro San Carlo in Naples, The Barbican in London, Zellerbach Auditorim in San Francisco, the Ravinia Festival in Chicago, the Montreux Jazz Festival …

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  • 13-01-2014 Noa and Gil in Nazareth with the young Arab and Jewish musicians of Polyphony

    Singing for Peace / The Human Connection

    Noa and Gil have collaborated frequently with Arab and Palestinian artists from around the world, including Khaled from Algeria, Nabil Salameh from Lebanon, Handallah from Nablus , Rim Banna from Nazareth, Amal Murkus from Kfar Yasif, and Mira Awad from Kfar Raameh. These collaborations enable …

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