Concert by David Broza included within the programme of the "Nights of Music in the Jewish quarter"
Call de Girona
David Broza's charismatic and energetic performances have brought to worldwide audiences, a fusion of the three different countries in which he was raised: Israel, Spain, and England, filling concert halls with his famous guitar playing, ranging from flamenco flavored rhythmic and percussion techniques, to whirlwind finger picking, to a signature rock and roll sound. Broza unites the three worlds by utilizing his ability to take on the troubadour tradition, up to now, featuring lyrics of the worlds' greatest poets.
More than a singer/songwriter, David Broza is also well known for his commitment and dedication to several humanitarian causes, predominantly, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Broza was awarded a Spanish royal medal of honor, by the King of Spain, Juan Carlos I, for his longtime contribution to Israel-Spain relations and his promotion of tolerance.
In July, 2011, the album "Third Language" was launched, the first one since "Ze Hakol o Klum" ("It's All or Nothing") of 2002. The album was created completely by David Broza, lyrics and music. It was produced wholly throughout the Internet, an unprecedented project in the music industry worldwide.