Noa Peled is an Israeli singer, singing Brazilian classics.
In her first solo album "20:13", produced by herself, recorded in São Paulo & Tel Aviv, & released in 2013, you can find samba, choro, forró & more, all translated by her, sung both in Portuguese & Hebrew.
The album contains 13 songs, created in cooperation with 20 wonderful artists, both Brazilian & Israelis.
Noa's aim is to create a bridge between these two cultures, & help bringing inner & world peace through music.
Her album "20:13" is named after the Mayan wisdom code, which she teaches. This code offers that starting from the year 2013, humanity is starting to move from "Time is money" to "Time is art" consciousness.
Interview about the album in Portugese with Hebrew titles:
released September 25, 2013
Voice & translations for all songs: Noa Peled.
Arrangements: Noa Peled, with Henrique Araújo, Gian Correa, Luiz Guello & guest musicians (tracks 1,2,4,5,6,7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13); Noa Peled, with Uri Kleinman, Salit Lahav, Gabriel Marques, Daniel Ring e Oded Aloni (tracks 3,10).
Special thanks for inspiring the Hebrew versions of:
"Pra que discutir com madame?" for Tereza Cristina & grupo Semente, "O morro espera mais um" for Galocantô,
"Florindo" & "Minha missão" for Duani & Mariana Aydar.
All songs where recorded, mixed & masterizes in Estúdio 185,
São Paulo, Brasil, 2013.
Except for tracks 3,10, recorded & mixed by Uri Kleinman, Tel Aviv, Israel, 2009.
Cover photography: Philippe Kliot, Thaís Mol.
Booklet photography: Stela Handa, Philippe Kliot, Stéphane Bidouze, Noa Peled.
Graphic design: Talia Michaeli.
Proofreading: Daniel Ring.
Contact for shows: