כ״ז בסיון ה׳תשע״ג (June 5, 2013)
Gifted with a voice of rare beauty, versatility and range, Israeli soul singer, Nomi Teplow, releases her third recording, “Like a Rushing Spring (Kamaayan Hamitgaber)”. Nomi is a dynamic performer who reviewers have called “inspirational”, “captivating”, “bubbling”, “extraordinary.”
Nomi Teplow was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio and she completed both her Bachelors and Masters degrees at Columbia University (B.A. Barnard College). In 1990 Nomi decided to leave the life she knew, which included a successful career as a corporate banker, and fulfill her lifelong dream of making her home in Israel.
Nomi began her musical career singing both classical and popular music. A coloratura soprano, she gave recitals and concerts throughout Israel and performed as a soloist with many of Israel’s symphony and chamber orchestras. Nomi participated in several Israel Festival productions and her performances have been aired on Israeli radio and television.
Nomi has worked with leading Israeli artists such as Yoni Rechter, Shlomo Gronich, Dudu Tassa and Roi Levy and she has collaborated with American artists such as Craig Taubman and Neshama Carlebach.
Nomi writes and sings soul, pop and rock music with a contemporary Israeli/Jewish flavor. Several of Nomi’s songs have been included in American Jewish compilations (Celebrate Shabbat, Voices For Israel) and her music has been published in “Mizmor Shir,” a publication of Israel’s Ministry of Education. Nomi’s music is heard on Israeli and international radio stations and she performs her music throughout Israel, bringing uplifting messages of faith and hope.
Album: Like a Rushing Spring (Kamaayan Hamitgaber)
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