Yehu Yaron 70 ₪Online Broadcast + small audience
It seems that live music is finally coming back to life (and will hopefully stay forever). The moment has come and we are opening the Submarine doors to a limited audience. The series “In contrast with the Guidelines” was created in order to maintain the flow of art to our audiences and supply work for artists throughout the pandemic period. Performances will be streamed live, free of charge on the Yellow Submarine Facebook page as well as on the pages of participating artists. Join us – it’s going to be a blast!
Yehu Yaron – one of Israel’s most active and influential musicians in Israel today, arrives with a special solo performance – new and renewed arrangements to songs from his entire discography, as well as some special surprises.
* Entry is allowed following Green Pass regulations only. Tickets are available for pre-purchase and will not be sold in a box office on premises. Entry to events will only be granted to visitors presenting documents that prove covid vaccination/recovery.
open doors 21:00
One of Israel’s most active and influential musicians in Israel today, arrives with a special solo performance – new and renewed arrangements to songs from his entire discography, as well as some special surprises.
The show will also be available on the Yellow Submarine VIMEO and Youtube channels.
Over the past few years Yehu has shone as one of the most prominent and exciting voices on the Israeli musical landscape, alongside his career as a producer and one of the country’s busiest and most prolific bass players.
In January 2011, Yehu released his debut album Dvarim Yomyomi’im Ka’ele (“These Everyday Kinds of Things”), an uncompromising release embraced by both audiences and critics alike. Yehu’s songs emphasize a musical experience of rare power – enveloping, personal and intense – that leave no room for indifference, and originate in Yehu’s music, texts and presence. As a contrabass and electric bass player, Yehu has played with the likes of Aviv Guedj, Eviatar Banai, Rona Keinan, Ruth Dolores Weiss, Elliot (Sharon Ben Azar), Gilad Kahana, and many more.
Photography: Omer Mesinger