An International Performer

Singer • Songwriter • Performer

Judy Bechar is an international singer from Israel, who performs in concerts and private shows around the world.

Among her many performances:

  • A gala night at “Paris” hotel in Las Vegas – before 500 top executives from Russia, Japan, USA, France, Italy, South America.
  • A closed, private party at “Mandalay Bay” hotel on Sylvester’s night, 2005.
  • A special event for the Cannes film festival at “Hotel Martinez” casino and at Carlton hotel.
  • At the famous Hotel Schönbrunn in Vienna before 800 businessmen from all corners of the globe.
  • At Istanbul’s Hotel Kempinski in a special gala night.
  • At London’s Hyde Park fancy jazz concert.
  • In France, in a row of public concerts in Paris, Nice, Lyon and Marseille.
  • In Israel, in a concert before 3,000 attendees at Mann Auditorium (“Culture Hall”) in Tel Aviv, and in the “Cameri” national theater (in which she has been performing for three years) with her “From Broadway to Champs Elysees.”
  • In the USA – at the famous grand casino “Foxwoods” in Connecticut (where Liza Minnelli, B.B. King and other many great stars had performed).

Opera – In Six Languages!

Hebrew, English, French, Russian, Italian and Spanish.
Her rich repertoire includes select songs from famous Broadway musicals (Cabaret, Westside Story, Cats, Phantom of the Opera, The Sounds of Music, etc.), and the favorite French chansons of Edith Piaf, Yves Montand, Jacques Brel, Gilbert Bécaud.

She also sings Spanish classics such as Besa me Mucho, Granada, Historia de un Amor.

Thanks to her amazing, rich and enchanting vocals, she drifts away towards the realm of the light opera, and performs select sections from La Traviata, Carmen, The Barber of Seville.

Found in her repertoire are great and exciting renditions of sections such as Nessun Dorma and Time to Say Goodbye.

She performed many times in Israeli TV and radio shows, and got crowned as the “Israeli Edith Piaf.” Judy is a tremendous performer, a “stage dweller” with an amazing tone of voice. She performs with a 60-player philharmonic orchestra and in smaller ensembles on demand.

Judy’s greatest passion is to excite and reach every single person in the audience. She does that with tremendous professionalism and artistry, and the audience rewards her with love.

What People Are Saying

“Bravo! Bravo! Bravo! For an unforgettable night! The show was perfect, professional and exciting – and above all, you managed to excite the multinational audience that arrived from all around the world to Vegas, and it is quite a task – but you did it with great success! Dear Judy and Jacky, we thank you from the bottom of our heart.”

Mr. J.R., External Relations Manager of Hotel “Paris”, Las Vegas

“I watched your show at the Cameri Theater and really liked your renditions for musicals’ songs and Edith Piaf chansons. You made it big time!”
Mr. Chaim Topol

“No doubt you should go and see the show of this diva. What a voice! What a night! At an international level, too!”
LAISHA Magazine, Israel

“Dear Judy, I would like to thank you for an extraordinary night. For a moment is seemed as if Edith Piaf returned to us and excited us again. The renditions were wonderful, and your voice is greater than life.”
Dr. Michael, KKL France

“Dear Judy, You are a wonderful singer. You have a warm voice, and your singing is amazing. Thank you for dedicating me my favorite Shoshana Damari song, ‘Kalaniyot’ (Anemones).”
Chairwoman of the Knesset, Mrs. Dalia Itzik

“Dear Judy and Jacky, We had a wonderful morning watching your ‘From Broadway to Champs Elysees’ show at Israel Museum. You are great, charming and exciting … Love, Lina and Aharon Castro.”
Lina and Aharon Castro

“Thank you from the bottom of our heart, Judy and Jacky, for participating in a gala concert which opened of a series of concerts (January 10th, 2008 – Eilat, Royal Beach), with your show involving the orchestra members in an unforgettable night to subscribers, the conductor Gil Shohat, and the opera singers from the grand opera house of Tbilisi, Georgia, and additional artists.”
CEO of Israeli Chamber Orchestra, Arye Bar Daroma

“Thank you for participating in a Francophone night at Shenkar College in Tel Aviv, in which the French Embassy hosted representative singers from Belgium, France, Switzerland, Monte Carlo, and Canada. Scheduling your show as the closing act of the night was not for nothing – no doubt although you are Israeli, you surpassed them all and exhilarated the audience.”
Mr. Alex Cormanski, Attaché for Cultural Matters of the F rench Embassy in Israel

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