David Broza by the Forward

WATCH NOW: Yihye Tov: A conversation/concert with David Broza

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Written with Yonatan Geffen in 1977, Broza’s anthem “Yihye Tov” (Things Will Be Better) has never been more resonant. Jodi Rudoren, Forward editor-in-chief, talks with the famed Israeli singer-songwriter about his life in quarantine in New York City; his just-released instrumental album of Spanish guitar, En Casa Limón; and the prospect of Tu B’av without his predawn concert on Masada.

This is part of our new series, “#ForwardFocus: Talks in Trying Times,” in which Forward editors are moderating weekly talks with Jewish leaders working to build community through this crisis.

Yihye Tov: A conversation/concert with David Broza


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