Yael Kraus is a performing singer, who was born in Israel and grew up in a flourishing and encouraging art environment. Her mother is a painter; father is a musician, and her uncle, Shmulik Kraus, is a successful known performer. Due to Kraus’s early exposure to the arts, she managed to find her own distinctive voice and performance style, which got the recognition of its uniqueness in the Israeli music scenery.

These days, after many years of maturation, Kraus is releasing her debut solo album, titled “Boutique”. The album mainly consists of Kraus’s personal creative work, which initially started during her stay in New York City, and was finally finished when she relocated to Israel. Thus, it is highly influenced by the colorful, rich with temptation, vital NYC urban life, which can get distant and lonely at times.

The Album, “Boutique”, features Kraus’s fragile and magical voice, which consist of powerful lyrics and strong vocal performances. It has a dash of middle-eastern touch, gentle intimate flair, flirtatious vibe, and arrangements that surround the listener with great fantasy.

“Boutique” was produced by a NYC based composer and pianist, Daniel Koren, who pampered the album with endless sensitivity and creativity. The album was co-composed largely with Ben Handler, and was mixed by Tamir Muskat (“Balkan Beat Box”).

Edited by ali_ve on 3 Aug 2010, 07:31

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