Business Offer

Main activity
Artist
Main genre
Pop
Language skills
other   Spanish   English  
Sub-activities
Songwriter  
Sub-genre
Dance Electronica  

Personal profile

Tally Koren is the Fringe Award winner for best singer-songwriter . Her first single "Beauty of the Duty" which played by Chris Evans, Graham Norton, Janice Long and Steve Wright was play- listed on BBC Radio 2 and 40 other UK radio stations- Her second single “Hallelujah (72 Names)”, was on the Graham Norton ‘highlights of the year 2011 show’, the Aled Jones’ Good Morning Sunday Show and was featured on the Virgin Media TV playlist. Tally Koren is a multi-cultural singer/songwriter . Her distinctive, emotive voice and sophisticated stage presence have received great critical acclaim, and she has performed at such prestigious events and venues as The Tate Britain, The Marbella Film Festival and The House of Lords. She has also performed in front of such dignitaries as Israeli President Shimon Peres. Tally’s latest album ‘72 Names’, which brings together the percussive sounds of her Middle Eastern roots with the Western world influences of progressive electronic music and uses Orchestration to enhance the uniqueness of her voice. The album is produced by Phil Curran, together with Yoad Navo who is one of Europe’s most successful producers having worked with the Pet Shop Boys, Bryan Adams, The Sugababes, Goldfrapp, Sophie Ellis-Bextor. Tally was the voice of an Israeli agent in the last James Bond film, ‘Quantum of Solace’. “Rotten Fruit” was written for the film 'The man who sold the world', screened at The Cannes Film Festival.

Company profile

Tck Production is a company owned by Tally Koren, a self- made artist with her own production company, having achieved Radio 2 playlist, regular TV airplay and her music was screened at the Cannes Film Festival. Tally has regularly performed at many of London’s top venues such as the Royal Albert Hall, and at events such as The Marbella International Film Festival, a celebration of William Blake at the Tate Britain.