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Shalom Hollywood”
 New show , Great reviews!


Isaac Sutton’s new musical show “Shalom Hollywood” has been receiving great reviews! The show will return to The Cameri Theater in June 24 , 2010.
Here are some of the recent reviews:

Review by Theater Critic Elad Naim:
http://cafe.themarker.com/view.php?t=1603475

Review by Theater Critic & Journalist Haim Noy:
http://www.news1.co.il/Archive/003-D-46415-00.html?tag=00-53-13

Review by Theater Critic Eli Leon:
http://cafe.themarker.com/view.php?t=1523822

Review by theater critic Idit Hay (Asimon) :
http://www.asimon.co.il/ArticlePage.aspx?AID=8218&AcatID=80#At


Isaac Sutton to appear on “Israel Award Show”, Cannel 1  

Isaac Sutton will take part in The Israel Award Show on channel 1 on Israel’s Independence Day , April 20th, 2010.
Sutton will perform, alongside “The Mikado” production singers, a medley of songs by Israel poet Natan Alterman.

For those of you who missed this show :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALYwE4owHeM


“The Mikado” receives rave reviews
 

The operetta “The Mikado”, starring Isaac Sutton, has been receiving rave reviews from the press.
More dates have been added : February 20 & February 27.
For tickets call: 03- 6819294

Here are some of the recent reviews:

Jerusalem Post Review
http://www.jpost.com/ArtsAndCulture/Entertainment/Article.aspx?id=167964

Globes Journal Review
http://www.globes.co.il/news/article.aspx?QUID=1055,U1265491156880&did=1000536438

Israel Today Journal Review
http://digital-edition.israelhayom.co.il/Olive/ODE/Israel/LandingPage/LandingPage.aspx?href=SVRELzIwMTAvMDIvMTI.&pageno=MTAx&entity=QXIxMDEwMg..&view=ZW50aXR5

Time Out Magazine Review
http://maratp.blogli.co.il/

Nana 10 Review
http://israblog.nana10.co.il/blogread.asp?blog=347368&blogcode=11570239

Jaffa Review
http://www.yaffo.co.il/article_e.asp?id=743


Asimon Journal Review
http://www.asimon.co.il/ArticlePage.aspx?AID=7931&AcatID=19#At

News Israel Review
http://www.news-israel.net/Article.asp?Code=19509


Tel Aviv City Magazine Review
http://www.telavivcity.com/article.asp?articlecode=2599

Parshan Review
http://www.parshan.co.il/index2.php?id=6384&lang=HEB

The Marker Review
http://cafe.themarker.com/view.php?t=1460850

NRG Review
http://www.nrg.co.il/online/47/ART2/047/700.html
 

“SHALOM HOLLYWOOD” will open January 23, 2010


Isaac Sutton’s new musical show “Shalom Hollywood” will open at The Cameri Theater on January 23, 2010.
The show will also feature actress Sharon Rushineck and Isaac Sutton’s band.
Please note: January dates for “Shalom Hollywood” at The Cameri Theater are sold out. New February dates on sale now.


Silvester Sold Out Show at The Cameri Theater in Tel Aviv

Isaac Sutton will perform on New Years Eve at The Cameri Theater Auditorium in Tel Aviv.
This show, “LAS VEGAS– TEL AVIV” , is sold out.


Isaac Sutton will perform at The Opera “The Mikado”

Isaac Sutton will play the role of “Poo-Bah” at The upcoming Israeli Opera production of “The Mikado” which will open January 31, 2010 at Mandel Center in Jaffa.
This production, performed in Hebrew for the first time and directed by Yuval Zamir, will also feature Israeli actors Yossi Tsabari , Danni Lashman, Guy Bracca , as well as singers Haggar Leibovich and Dana Muszkatblit.
To read more about this production as published on YNET , click here:
http://www.ynet.co.il/articles/0,7340,L-3812914,00.html

Click here to see Opening Number from the Mikado rehearsals:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rR7DAsUmbM

Click here for "Behind The Scenes" footage of The Mikado:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_959nDSL7c

 


Isaac Sutton in Tel Aviv Magazine December 31 issue









“LAS VEGAS – TEL AVIV” FALL 2009 Tour dates announced





May 25, 2009: “LAS VEGAS – TEL AVIV” Summer Tour 2009


Isaac Sutton will tour Israel this summer with the musical show “Las Vegas – Tel Aviv”.
June 25 “Music Center”, Raanana 21:00
For Tickets please call box office: 09-7464036

June 27 Cameri Theater, Tel Aviv 21:00 Doors Open 20:30

For Tickets please call box office: 03-6060900


July 3 Beat Club , Haifa 22:00 Doors open 20:30

For Tickets contact Box Office at: 04-8107107
Or call Garber Tickets: 04-8384777
Purchase tickets online at: www.garber-tickets.co.il


July 4 Beit Shmuel , Jerusalem 21:30

For Tickets contact “Klaim” at : 02.6222333 or “Bimot” at 02.6237000
Purchase tickets online at : www.klaimonline.co.il
You may also contact Theater box office at: 02.6203455


July 11 Rozin Auditorium , Ramat Aviv Gimel, Tel Aviv 21:00

For tickets please call: 03-6418262

July 18 Berale Club, Lehavot Haviva 22:00 Doors open at 20:00

For Tickets please call: 04-6369993
Purchase tickets online at: www.ticketnet.co.il
For more info, click here for “Las Vegas – Tel Aviv” Summer Tour 2009 Poster.

 


May 15, 2009: Isaac Sutton to perform
with The Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra on July 6 & July 7 2009

Isaac Sutton will perform with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra on July 6 & July 7 2009. These special concerts are called “Songs Of The Flute” and will include Classic renditions of beloved Israeli songs.
The concerts will be conducted by Doron Salomon and Flute Player Noam Buchman.

The first concert will take place at The Opera House in Tel Aviv on July 6, 2009 at 20:00.
The second concert will take place at The Jerusalem Theater on July 7 , 2009 at 20:00.
For tickets , please contact The Opera House at : 03-6927777 www.israel-opera.co.il
Or The Jerusalem Symphonic Orchestra at : 1-700-70-4000 www.jso.co.il


January 1, 2009: Isaac Sutton is winner of FestiLadino 2008

Sutton won the first prize at FestiLadino 2008 which took place at the Jerusalem Theater accompanied by the Jerusalem Symphonic Orchestra.
Conductor: Roni Weiss. Director: Shuki Wagner.
FestiLadino is an International Festival singing contest in Ladino Language.
The festilval took place on December 31, 2008 and was broadcasted on TV on Passover Holiday , April 9, 2009.

To listen to the winning song, click here.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAKo1yN81CI

To watch the live performance from channel 1, click here.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tmQPOaEzqQ


December 25, 2009: Isaac Sutton will star in 1776 The Musical

Sutton will play the role of Edward Rutledge in the upcoming production of 1776 The Musical.
Shows will begin February 11th 2009 and will include Jerusalem, Raanana, Givataim, Beit Shemesh.
To learn more about the musical and the dates across Israel , please click here. (program, pics, add scan)


December 10,2008: Isaac Sutton will perform at Dubi Zeltser Tribute show in Eilat

Sutton will appear in the special Cameri Theater Tribute show to Israel composer/lyricist Dubi Zeltser which will take place at the “Wow” Theater in Eilat on December 19th, 2008.
Sutton will perform the song “Tuvia’s Town” accompanied by musical arranger Nadav Rubinstein and the Cameri band.



October 23 , 2008 : Isaac Sutton on TV – “Israeli Duet”

Isaac Sutton will perform live and will be interviewed on TV.
The show “Israeli Duet” will be broadcasted on the following dates on Israeli TV:


Saturday , October 25 , 12:00 PM (Noon) on Channel 22.
Wednesday, November 5, 22:50 on Channel 23.
Friday, November 7, 14:30 on Channel 11 and Channel 23.
Sutton will perform the songs “New York , New York”, “Cinderella Rockafella” and “No Business Like Show Business”. This show will also feature actress/singer Noa Godel.

July 25 , 2008 : Sutton performs at “Summer Sounds Festival 2008”

Isaac Sutton will bring his show “Las Vegas – Tel Aviv” to Summer Sounds Festival 2008.
This show will take place on Thursday, August 21 at 9 PM.
There will be an opening act starting at 8:30 PM.
Musical Director & Pianist : Open Sela
Double Base : Shay Ran
Drums : Asaf Dagan
Guest Actress : Sharon Rushineck

To learn more about Summer Sounds Festival 2008 , please click here.

April 15 , 2008: Isaac Sutton to perform in London , UK


Isaac Sutton will bring his show "Las Vegas-
Tel Aviv" to London , UK.
This special concert will take place on
May 14 , 2008.
Stay tuned for more info.

March 14 ,2008 : Sutton in "The City" Journal
"The City" Newspaper published an article on
Isaac Sutton, in preparation for his concert
"Broadway & All That Jazz" which took place on
March 14 , 2008 in Petach Tikva City.


Click Pictures to Enlarge.

March 15 , 2008: "Las Vegas - Tel Aviv" receives rave reviews
Click here to read the show's review by critique
Michal Ben- David on "Stage" Israeli Website.

March 15, 2008: Sutton sings LIVE on Israeli Radio
Isaac Sutton made a special radio appearance on
"Tonight Live" (March 13) and performed a few
songs from his new show "Las Vegas - Tel Aviv".
Sutton was accompanied by Noam Galperin on piano,
Alon Azizi on base guitar and Asaf Dagan on the drums.

Stay tuned for the radio broadcast.

February 14, 2008: Isaac Sutton is on the cover of "Tel Aviv" Magazine
Isaac Sutton is featured on the cover of "Tel Aviv"
Magazine dated February 14. This special Cover Story
includes an intimate "House Call" interview with Sutton
himself.


Click Pictures to Enlarge.

February 6, 2008: Isaac Sutton is featured in "Israel Today" Newspaper
Isaac Sutton is featured in the Entertainment section of
"Israel Today" Newspaper dated February 6, 2008.


Click Picture to Enlarge.

January 28 , 2008 : Isaac Sutton to perform LIVE on The Morning Show , Channel 2
Isaac Sutton will promote his new show "Las Vegas - Tel Aviv"
and will give a special TV appearance on The Morning Show,
Channel 2 (Israeli TV) , on January 28 , 2008.
The show is broadcasted LIVE between 9 - 10 AM.
Isaac Sutton will give a special interview regarding his new
show "Las Vegas - Tel Aviv" and will also sing LIVE on the show.

Click here to watch Isaac Sutton perform "Cheek To Cheek" on The Morning Show.

Click here to watch Isaac Sutton's interview on The Morning Show.


January 25, 2008: "Las Vegas-Tel Aviv" at the Cameri Theater is SOLD OUT
Isaac Sutton's show at the Cameri Theater on January 31 is
SOLD OUT.
Tickets are still available for the following shows:
February 14 , 2008 : Shuni Fortress , Binyamina 04-6388760
February 28 , 2008 : Cameri Theater , Tel Aviv 03 - 6060900
March 6 , 2008 : Givataim Theater , Givataim 03-7325340

January 20, 2008: Sutton to promote "Las Vegas - Tel Aviv" at Jaffa City
Isaac Sutton will perfrom songs from his new show "Las Vegas - Tel
Aviv"
on Saturday, February 9 ,2008 at 11AM.
This special event will take place in Bet Mandel Culture Center
in Jaffa City.
Sutton will be accompanied by Oren Sela on piano.
To reserve your tickets , please check the concert page.

January 18, 2008: Sutton brings Broadway to Raanana City , Israel
Isaac Sutton will perform 3 nights at the Raanana "Yad Lebanim" Auditorium.
Sutton's "Broadway & All That Jazz" will take place on January 24 , 26 & 28.

On January 24 , Sutton will be accompanied by Oren Sela on piano, Asaf
Dagan on drums , Anat Firestone on base guitar and guest singer Ella
Tadmor.
On January 26 , Sutton will be accompanied by Oren Sela on piano, Ran
Levanon on drums , Anat Firestone on base guitar and guest singer Ella
Tadmor.
On January 28 , Sutton will be accompanied by Oren Sela on piano, Asaf
Dagan on drums , Anat Firestone on base guitar and guest singer Noa
Godel.

Please note : These concerts are SOLD OUT.

November 20, 2007: Broadway travels to the North of Israel
Following audience demand , Isaac Sutton will bring his
show "Broadway & All That Jazz" to the people of Northern Israel.
It has just been released that Isaac Sutton and his band will
perform at Hemdat Yamim on Friday , December 14.
For more info click here. Ticket reservations by phone at : 04- 6989423.

November 18, 2007: Sold Out Shows
Please note that the following shows are sold out.
"Broadway & All That Jazz" on November 23 and "Las Vegas - Tel Aviv"
on November 24 at the Cameri Theater.
New concert dates have been released. Please check the concert
page for more details.

October 15, 2007: Isaac Sutton to perform at Natan Yonatan tribute
Sutton will sing at the upcoming tribute concerts to Israeli poet
Natan Yonatan. Tribute Host : Jacky Levy. Musical Arranger: Oran Eldor.
The tribute concerts will also feauture Cameri Actors and other
guest stars.

These concerts will take place at the Cameri Theater of Tel- Aviv
on Friday , October 19, 2007.
There are two concert tributes on this day : 11:00 AM and 1:30 PM show.

For more info on this very special tribute , click here, and here.

To reserve your tickets today , please contact the box
office at: 03-6060900.

October 5, 2007: Sutton to promote Broadway show in Jaffa
Isaac Sutton will perfrom songs from his show "Broadway & All That
Jazz"
on Saturday, October 20 ,2007 at 11AM.
This special event will take place in Bet Mandel Culture Center
in Jaffa City.
Sutton will be accompanied by Oren Sela on piano.
To reserve your tickets , please check the concert page.

September 15, 2007: Sutton brings Broadway to Haifa
Isaac Sutton will bring his show "Broadway & All That Jazz" to Haifa
City on October 2 , 2007.
The concert is part of the Haifa Film Festival.
For more information , please check the concert page on this web site.

August 23 ,2007: “LAS VEGAS – TEL AVIV” at the Cameri Theater
Isaac Sutton will begin his tour of the brand new musical show "Las
Vegas - Tel Aviv"
to the Cameri Theater in Tel Aviv, on Saturday
August 25.
This show is sold out.
Some tickets are still available for the September 8 show at
the Cameri Theater.
Please Note : September 8 will be the last show before the
Jewish Holidays break. Concerts will resume in October 2007.

For ticket reservations, please contact the Cameri Theater
box office at 03-6060900.

August 18, 2007: Sutton brings Broadway to Appoloniya Natural Park Resort
Isaac Sutton will bring his musical show "Broadway & All That Jazz"
to Appolonya Natural Park Resort on Friday, August 31.

This show is part of the Summer concert schedule at Appoloniya Fortress.

Please Note: This show is SOLD OUT.

The show will begin at 6PM.

June 25, 2007: LAS VEGAS – TEL AVIV
Isaac Sutton will begin his tour of the brand new musical show "Las
Vegas - Tel Aviv"
this coming Saturday , June 30, at the Cameri
Theater in Tel Aviv.

This Opening - Night show is sold out. Some tickets are still
available for the July 14th show at the Cameri Theater. For more
info , please check the concert schedule.

June 18, 2007: Broadway salutes the women of Holon City.
Isaac Sutton will give a very special concert of "Broadway & All
That Jazz"
on Tuesday , July 17th. This special engagement will
take place in Holon City Theater and will benefit the women of Holon
City.

For more info , please check the concert schedule.

June 15, 2007: Summer concert at the Sea Port of Herzliya City
Isaac Sutton will bring his musical show "Broadway & All That Jazz"
to the sea port of Herzeliya on Tuesday , July 10th.

This show is part of a 2007 Summer Festival.

For more info , click here.

April 10, 2007: "Las Vegas- Tel Aviv" & "Isaac Sutton sings Charlie Parker"
Isaac Sutton is currently in rehearsals for two brand new musical
productions. The first one is "Las Vegas - Tel Aviv" which will
premier at the Cameri Theater in Israel on June 30.

This show is a journey to the Capital of Show business and
Entertainment - Las Vegas, and Isaac will be singing the great
standards of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin , Nat King Cole and others.

The second project is "Isaac Sutton sings Charlie Parker"
which is a tribute show to the legendary Jazz saxophonist.
This is a unique concept since many of Parker's instrumental musical
pieces will be sung for the very first time, with lyrics written
especially for the project in English and Hebrew. Isaac will be
accompanied by Kobi Erlich and his band. First concert will take
place in Ramat Gan Theater on June 16th 2007 , followed by Opening
Night at the Cameri Theater in Tel Aviv on June 28.

For more info , please check the concert page on this site.

April 8, 2007: Interview for Canadian Newspaper
Isaac was recently interviewed for the "Jewish Independent" newspaper,
in preparation for his upcoming concert in Vancouver ,Canada ,on May 6:

> I know that you studied voice, but tell me how you came to be
involved in musical theatre.

As a child I was fascinated by music and appreciated the great voices
from a very early age. The first memory I have from my childhood is
connected to Israeli singer Ofra Haza. I was just 4 years old but I
remember forcing my parents to wake me up in the middle of the night
so that I could see her perform the song "Chai" (Alive) at the
Eurovision Song Contest in 1982.

However , the first time I performed on stage as a singer was much
later. As a child I was very shy and I never got to participate in
any school shows or special events. It was only at the last year
of my military service that I was asked to host the annual memorial
service for Yizhak Rabin at my base. One of the singers got sick
and I found myself replacing him and singing for the very first
time in front of an audience of 2000 people. I still remember the
excitement and the thrill of that performance. This is when I first
realized that singing and performing live in front of an audience
is what I am really passionate about. After that performance I started
studying voice training and I joined a Tel Aviv municipality musical
ensemble which included a few singers. A couple of years later I
started working on my own show. Since I didn't have any original
songs, I decided to go with the Broadway theme as a concept and create
a show that is Broadway based.

I started out small, just me and a pianist.

Today, I perform with a band and my show "Broadway & All That Jazz" is
part of the repertoire of the Cameri Theater in Israel.

> Did you grow up attending shows a lot?

I was very fortunate to visit NYC many times since I have relatives
there and my family used to spend holidays in the US. Every time I
visit NYC , I try to catch as many shows as I can. After all , NYC
is the capital of musicals.

The first memory I have from Broadway is when I was 13 years old and
I flew with my family to NYC (It was my Bar Mitzvah trip...) and we
went to see the musical "Cats". I can't say it blew me away. All I
remembered was a bunch of actors dressed up as cats and running
around the stage. I couldn't understand how this musical became
the most successful musical of all time. It was only recently that
I realized that sometimes what a musical needs is just one hit
song - "Memory" by Andrew Loyd Webber. This is one of the songs
I am planning to sing in Vancouver.

> Is your family musical?

My family appreciates great music. As a child , my mother used to take
me to classical concerts of the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra whenever
my dad was abroad for work. At first I didn't like it very much but I
grew to love it.

As far as singing is concerned , my parents never sang and cannot really
carry a tune... It came to them as a very big surprise to find out their
son can actually SING...

> What is it you love so much about Broadway?

First of all , as a singer, Broadway has given us such great songs.
The test of a great song in my opinion is not whether the song went
to number 1 on the charts, but if it touched people's lives and stood
the test of time. And where Broadway is concerned, we're talking
about such standards and classics that will stay with us forever.
In addition, I have always loved theater songs because they come from
a character and they tell a story.

From a performer point of view, what I love about Broadway Theater
is having the opportunity to create a character and for a short while
live in its world.

> You took an MBA - have you ever worked in anything but
performing?

I began studying for my first degree in Business & Economics at Tel
Aviv University right after I finished my military service (3 years
in the Intelligence Corps). I continued immediately afterwards with
my MBA studies.
I started performing on stages with my show at the last year of the
MBA. That was a turning point and so I didn't get a chance to work
in the Business field (yet!). For now , it's all Showbiz...
Like Steven Sondheim's song from the musical "Follies" says :"I'm
just a Broadway Baby" !

> Do you have a favorite show/song/role?

I absolutely love the musical "Chicago". I think it is the perfect
combination of Broadway and Jazz. All songs from that show are such
show-toppers , you simply cannot get tired of it. I have seen the
London Production , the NYC production and the Israeli one. On
Passover eve , after the Seder Dinner , my family & I watched the
movie version which was broadcasted on TV and I realized I pretty
much know the text by heart.

In my show, "Broadway & All That Jazz", I sing two numbers from that
musical. One is "When you're good to Mama" which tells the story of
Mama Morton. The other song "All I Care About Is Love" introduces
Mr. Billy Flinn, the silky lawyer of Chicago.

> What can we expect to see in your Vancouver show?

At the Vancouver concert, I will be performing highlights from my
Israeli show "Broadway & All That Jazz". I will perform songs from
"Cabaret", "Chicago", "Cats", "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor
Dreamcoat", "Annie Get Your Gun" and more.

I am also hoping to sing a French chanson by Jacques Brel , a
Napolitan song and some Israeli classics as well. As far as I am
concerned, I am ready to sing all night long!

At the end of the show we are planning to do a meet & greet, along
with a CD signing.

> I read that you perform in English, Hebrew, French and
Italian. Are these all languages you speak?

I try to combine all these languages in my shows.

Hebrew is my mother language. I was born and raised in Tel Aviv,
Israel.

I speak English & French fluently as well. It's really funny when
people don't believe me when I say I'm Israeli because I don't have
the "typical Israeli accent".

As for my French, I went to Alliance High School where studying
French was mandatory, so I ended up studying 7 years French and I
am very happy and thankful for that!

I do not speak Italian but I enjoy singing in that language very
much. In my opinion it is the most beautiful language.

> What is it like being a celebrity in Israel - and do
audiences respond differently when you are in countries other than
Israel?

I don't consider myself a celebrity. I am very fortunate to do what
I love and what I am passionate about which is singing and
performing on stages. It is always very gratifying to see full house
audiences at my shows and to get great feedback afterwards.
If you had told me a few years ago I would be singing in front of
hundreds of people on a regular basis, I would have probably laughed
and said it's a good joke. At times
nowadays I still can't believe this is all happening to me. It's
really a dream come true...

> What are the TV shows you starred in?

My TV appearances in Israel included the shows "Made in Israel",
"Singing on Air" as well as other theater talk shows.

> Who are some of your favorite artists?

I was very much influenced by Frank Sinatra and Barbra Streisand.
Even though they are not the singers of my generation, I think they
are the greatest singers of our time.
A few months ago I attended Streisand's concerts at Madison Square
Garden in NYC and it was an unforgettable experience.

> Finally, tell me about your every day life in Israel -
where you live, what you do when you're not performing, etc.

I currently live in Ramat Aviv , Israel.

Nowadays I am in rehearsals for two brand new musical productions.
The first one is "Las Vegas - Tel Aviv" which will premier at the
Cameri Theater in Israel at the end of June 2007. I am very
excited about this new project. This show is a journey to the Capital
of Show business and Entertainment - Las Vegas, and I will be
singing the great standards of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin , Nat King
Cole and others - songs that I have always wanted to sing myself.
I can't wait!

The second project is "Isaac Sutton sings Charlie Parker" which is
a tribute show to the legendary Jazz saxophonist. This is a unique
concept since many of Parker's instrumental musical pieces will be
sung for the very first time, with lyrics written especially for
the project in English and Hebrew.

In addition, I am currently collecting new songs for my first
original debut album in Hebrew which I hope will be released
next year.

March 16, 2006: Isaac Sutton to perform in Canada
Isaac Sutton will bring his show "Broadway & All
That Jazz"
to Vancouver, Canada. This special concert
will take place on May 6th 2007.

Piano : Oran Eldor
Double Bass: Alon Azizi
Drums: Asaf Dagan
Guest Singer: Noa

To learn more about this concert , click here. Stay tuned for more info on additional dates in the United States.

March 15, 2007: Isaac Sutton will perform at a concert tribute to Israeli Poet Abraham Shlonski
Sutton will sing at the upcoming tribute concerts to Israeli poet
Abraham Shlonski, who founded Israel's Symbolist school and was an
innovator in using colloquial speech in Hebrew verse.
Tribute Host : Dan Almagor. Musical Arranger: Gabi Argov.
The tribute concerts will also feauture Cameri Actors and other
guest stars.

These concerts will take place at the Cameri Theater of Tel- Aviv
on Friday , April 20th 2007.
There are two concert tributes on this day.
Please note: The 11:00 tribute is sold out.
Tickets are available for the 13:30 show.

To reserve your tickets today , please contact the box
office at: 03-6060900.
For more info on this tribute, click here.

February 18, 2007: Isaac Sutton to perform at the Cameri Theater , Tel Aviv
Isaac Sutton will perform next Saturday , February 24th at
the Cameri Theater in Tel Aviv. This show will feature Oren
Sela on piano, David Segal on double base, Ronen Bashkin on drums
and a surprise guest singer.
Very few tickets are left for this show.

To reserve your tickets today, please contact the Cameri Theater
Box Office at : 03-6060900.

February 8, 2007: Isaac Sutton to perform in Mofet Rechovot
Sutton will bring his show "Broadway & All That Jazz" to Rechovot City.
The concerts will take place in Mofet Auditorium on February 9 , 16 & 23.
Tickets are sold out.
To learn more about "Broadway & All That Jazz" click here.

December 20, 2006: Isaac Sutton to perform at The Cameri Theater in Tel Aviv
Isaac Sutton will perform next Thursday , December 28th at
the Cameri Theater in Tel Aviv. This show will feature Oren
Sela on piano, Alon Azizi on double base, Ronen Bashkin on drums
and guest singer Noa.
Very few tickets are left for this show.

To reserve your tickets today, please contact the Cameri Theater
Box Office at :
03-6060960 or 03-6060900.

November 21, 2006: Isaac Sutton live in Givatayim
Isaac Sutton will bring his show "Broadway & All That Jazz" to the
Givatayim Theater this coming Friday , November 24th at 22:00. This
concert will open the jazz series in the Givatayim Theater.
This show will feature Oren Sela on piano , Alon Azizi on double bass,
Ronen Bashkin on drums and a female guest singer.
To purchase tickets , please contact Givatayim Theater box
office at : 03-7325340.

To learn more about "Broadway & All That Jazz", click here.

November 10, 2006: Isaac Sutton live in Netanya
Isaac Sutton performed last night for the Association for the
Wellbeing of Israel's Soldiers. All monies raised from the
evening will go directly to a much-needed project at Bet
Goldmuntz - a facility utilized by thousands of Israeli
soldiers every week.

To read a comment on this performance, check the reviews
section on this website.

September 16, 2006: Shana Tova! - A special message from Isaac
Dear friends,

I would like to wish all of you a very happy & healthy
new year...
I also want to thank each and every one of you for your
continued support and for your kind words.
I'm looking forward to seeing you soon on the road after the holidays! Shana Tova everyone!!!

Yours ,
Isaac (Tsahi)

September 15, 2006: Concert Update
Please check the concert schedule as new dates have been
added. Isaac Sutton will perform live in Netanya,
Givatayim & Rechovot.
Sutton will also continue his engagements at the Cameri
Theater in Tel Aviv.

July 25, 2006: Isaac Sutton LIVE at the Tel Aviv Museum
Sutton will perform new songs from his upcoming brand new show
"Hyme A L'amour"
(Himnon La'Ahava) for the very first time on
Saturday, July 29th at the Tel Aviv Museum. This event will feature
Israeli journalist Avi Betelheim as host.

July 23, 2006: Isaac Sutton donates tickets for the people of Northern Israel
Residents of Northern Israel who were forced to leave their
homes due to the recent fight against terror are invited to
attend Sutton's upcoming show "Broadway & All That Jazz" on
Thursday, July 27th at 21:00 at the Cameri Theater in Tel Aviv.

Those who wish to attend the show are asked to call Yael Diner
from Rugby Productions at : 03-6443718 and secure their seats.

June 25, 2006: Isaac Sutton Salutes the United States Of America on its 230 Anniversary of Independence
This special event will take place Thursday , June 29th
with the participation of the US Ambassador.

For more details : click here.

June 23, 2006: Isaac Sutton Will Perform for the Benefit of Israeli Soldiers
The English Speaking Branch Of The Association For The
Wellbeing Of Israel's Soldiers (A.W.I.S.) is proud to present
Isaac Sutton live in concert "Broadway & All That Jazz" on
Thursday, August 10 2006 at 19.30, Bet Goldmuntz Auditorium, Netanya.

For ticket reservations please contact Jackie at: 
jaraf@netvision.net.il.

This show is sold out.

May 29, 2006: New Videos in the Music Section
Two new video clips were added to the music section.

One from the TV show 'Tozeret Haaretz', and the other, a clip from the
'Broadway & All That Jazz' performance.

Enjoy.

May 25, 2006: Isaac Sutton will perform live at Tel Aviv Sea Port
On Saturday evening , June 17th 2006, Isaac Sutton will bring
his show "Broadway & All That Jazz" to Shablul Jazz Club at
the sea port of Tel Aviv.
Sutton will be accompanied by his band. A special guest
appearance will take place.

Doors will open at 21:00.

For ticket reservations please check the concert page on
this web site.

Please note: tickets for this show can be purchased
online at: www.shabluljazz.com

May 24, 2006: More Shows to Come...
New concert dates have been added. Please check the concert
page for full schedule.

May 10, 2006: Live concert at the Shuni Fortress
Somewhere in-between Binyamina and Zikhron Yaakov, in the
heart of the beautiful Jabotinsky park, arose from the past the two
thousand years old Shuni fortress. The site is surrounded with
archeological remains of the Roman period. It overlooks the
beautiful scenery of the Taninim River and vineyards granting
outstanding cultural and tourist experiences for its visitors.
On the top of the fortress is located an intimate and gourmet
bistro with Italian, French and Mediterranean flavors.

Additionally, Shuni is the setting of the renowned Milestone jazz
club bestowing an exclusive stage for outstanding Jazz and
Israeli-music performers.

Isaac Sutton will perform with his band on Saturday , May 13th
at the Milestone Jazz Club in Shuni.

Please note : tickets for this event are not numbered.
For more information and for ticket reservations , please check
the concert page.

April 25, 2006: Isaac Sutton live in Cesaria
A special concert of "Broadway & All That Jazz" will take place in the
Golf Bistro of Cesaria on Saturday , April 28th at 21:00.
Isaac Sutton will be accompanied by Oren Sela on piano , Alon Azizi on
double bass and Ronen Bashkin on drums. There will also be a special
guest appearance by singer-actress Noa Godel.

Please note : Only a few tickets left for this show. Tickets are not
numbered. You are advised to arrive early. For more information and
ticket reservations, please view the concert schedule.

April 10, 2006: Isaac Sutton on TV
Isaac Sutton participated in the Ladino Festival which took place in the
Jerusalem Theater and will be re-broadcasted on Saturday evening, April
14th 2006, channel 1 , 8 PM. Sutton sang a brand new song in ladino
language , accompanied by the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra
conducted by Roni Weiss.

Later in that show , Sutton joined the singing cast as they performed
ladino classics of all time.

April 5, 2006: Special concert in Jerusalem
Isaac Sutton will perform in the Israel Museum Auditorium,
Jerusalem on Thursday April 6th at 20:30. This will be a full
length show of "Broadway & All That Jazz" , featuring Oren Sela
on piano , Alon Azizi on contrabass , Ronen Bashkin on drums
as well as a guest appearance by Sharon Rushineck for several
hit duets , such as "Baby ,it's cold outside" , "Cinderella
Rockafella" and "Anything You Can Do" (from the musical
"Annie Get Your Gun").

The show is sold out. Please check concert page for next
available dates.

March 30, 2006: Special performance with journalist Avi Betelheim
Isaac Sutton will perform live in concert on Saturday , April
1st in the Ramat Gan Theater at 11 AM. Sutton's performance
will include songs from his one man show "Broadway and All
That Jazz". This event will feature Israeli journalist Avi
Betelheim as host.

Seats are not numbered. Entrance to the theater will begin
at 10 AM.

March 18, 2006: Special concert with Dan Almagor
Isaac Sutton will perform on Friday , March 24th at 21:00 in
Kibbutz Yagur , Yad Lameginim Hall with Dan Almagor as host of
the evening and Uri Kariv as musical director. This will be a
very special guest appearance where Sutton will perform Israeli
songs that have become classics , such as "Deep Blue Evening"
("Erev Kachol Amok") by Shlomo Idov, "What do your eyes say?"
("Ma Omrot Einaich?") by Mordechay Za-eara , as well as French
chansons ("Je suis Malade") and Broadway hits ("Memory" from
"Cats").

For ticket reservations info , please check the concerts page
on this web site.

February 25, 2006: Isaac Sutton on TV
An item on Isaac Sutton's show "Broadway & All That Jazz" will
be featured on Israeli channel 1 and will be part of the program
"Made in Israel" which will be broadcasted on Sunday , March 3,
2006 at 8:30 PM. The item will include live performances taken
from a concert that took place in "Hakameri Theater" in Tel Aviv
as well as interview segments with Isaac Sutton himself.

February 9, 2006
Only a few tickets left for Isaac Sutton's show which will take
place on Febuary 12 , 2006 in "Hakameri" theater in Tel Aviv.
For ticket reservations please call : 03-6060960 (theater
box office).

January 25, 2006: Isaac Sutton in concert - "Broadway & All That Jazz" - Live!
Nowadays Isaac Sutton continues to perform with his musical show
"Broadway & All That Jazz". The show is a magical musical journey
which includes Broadway hits from the very famous musicals (such
as Chicago , Cabaret , Cats) , as well as the greatest jazz standards
of all time. Sutton is accompanied by Oren Sela on piano , Alon Azizi
on contrabass and Ronen Bashkin on drums.

The songs are performed in Hebrew , English , French & Italian.

Vocal Coaching : Hannah Hacohen

From the press :

"Isaac Sutton is a bass-baritone singer with a beautifully rare voice
and I'm sure he stands one level above the vocal singers in the
country - with professionalism , diction , presentation and voice
quality".
(The city journal , Israel)

"An evening presented with great love and bursting talent…deep and moving voice…extraordinary piano playing. A very enjoyable evening with many magical moments that make you smile…"
("Stage" website , Israel)

January 18, 2006: - Isaac Sutton performs with Effi Netzer
Isaac Sutton will perform on Friday , January 20th in Yad Lebanim
Auditorium in Ramat Hasharon at 9 PM. Sutton will perform several
numbers from his show "Broadway & All That Jazz" , as well as
French chansons ("Ne Me Quittes Pas") and Napolitano songs
("Torna Sorriento").

This will be the 5th concert Sutton is performing alongside Israeli
composer Effi Netzer. Pervious engagements included concerts in
the ZOA auditorium (Zionist Organization of Amercia) in Tel
Aviv , as well as concerts in Krigger center of Arts in
Haifa city.

January 18, 2006: "Broadway & All That Jazz" CD is now on sale.
The CD was recorded and mixed at Eshel Studios in Tel Aviv. Isaac
Sutton is accompanied by a 15 piece orchestra. The CD includes 9
songs in English and 3 bonus tracks in Hebrew.

In order to reserve a copy of the CD "Broadway & All That Jazz",
please contact Yael from Rugby Productions by phone : 03-6443718.

CD Price through the web site is 50 NIS , including shipping.
Please mention code 454 on the phone.

December 28, 2005: "Broadway & All That Jazz" CD is due in early 2006.
Following audience demand and the inspiration of the show "Broadway
& All That Jazz" , Isaac Sutton will be featured on a full length
CD which will include new versions to well known classic songs.

Among the CD titles , the CD will include two versions of Frank
Sinatra's song "New York , New York" - one in English and one in
Hebrew. In addition , the CD will include two Nat King Cole
songs - "Unforgettable" and "Nature Boy".

The CD is in its recording sessions and is due out early 2006.



   
        
              
                  
                           
                  

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