Keren Tannenbaum credit Kfir Ziv

Keren Tannenbaum
Shikuf Mochin

Electric atmospheric rock


Israel

Keren Tannenbaum began her musical career at the age of four with a small violin and was soon considered a "wonder girl" in the classical world. At the age of 14, she played as a soloist around the world, accompanied by the best conductors and orchestras, and was accepted to the Juilliard School in New York on full scholarship at the age of 16. Since then, she has accompanied many artists and musicians as violin player and singer, including Shlomo Artzi, Mosh Ben-Ari and Dudu Tassa.

After years of fascinating musical adventures with other artists, Keren decided to embark on a deeper journey and released her debut album "Shikuf Mochin".
She refers to her show as cloud rock at its best. With her unique and energetic approach, Tanenbaum sings and plays viola and violin connected to loops and effects, creating a journey into a constantly changing brain, sometimes focusing on the lyrics and sometimes letting the music take over. What is certain is that your consciousness will surely change repeatedly during the concert.


Keren Tannenbaum vocals, electrified string instruments and rain dances
Sharon Petrover drums and heart
Noam Haimovitz Weinschel bass and screams from the gut
Nir Yatzkan piano, keyboards and brain