April 26, 2023

David Broza in Concert At Princeton Jewish Center

On Wednesday, May 3, Israeli singer, songwriter, and guitarist David Broza will perform a community-wide concert at The Jewish Center of Princeton in honor of the 75th anniversary of Israel’s independence.

Broza appeals to music lovers of all ages. His signature sound brings together the influence of Spanish flamenco, American folk, rock and roll, and poetry. Social justice and peace advocacy are embedded in Broza’s work. His 1977 hit song“Yihye Tov” remains an Israeli peace anthem.

Broza’s travels have contributed to his international sound and commitment to human connection, story-telling, and equality. Singing in English, Hebrew, and Spanish, Broza has released more than 40 albums, many of which are multiplatinum. He is the founder of the nonprofit One Million Guitars, which provides underprivileged school children around the world with a hand-crafted guitar and the foundation of a musical education.

Tickets are $36-$75. Visit thejewishcenter.org/broza.