Yehuda Glantz is a talented multi-instrumentalist who received a scholarship to the Music Conservatory in Buenos Aires as a teenager. There he learned to play the guitar, flute, tarbuka, violin, and charango. Glantz now lives in Israel and tours worldwide, composing and performing music that combines many of his instruments and cultural traditions.
A famed composer, violinist, and oud player, Yair Dalal is an Israeli musician who plays Jewish music from many styles and cultures but especially that of his parents’ native country, Iraq. His talent and energies have been focused on sharing the music of the Near East's desert regions, especially that of the Bedouin of the Negev. He is also dedicated to exploring the music of his Iraqi and Babylonian roots.
This resource is part of the Travels with Music: Eastern Mediterranean collection.