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Hadag Nahash Benefit Concert for Woman To Woman


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Hadag Nahash Benefit Concert for Woman To Woman

May 9, 2012

Doors 6 p.m.; Show 8 p.m.

City Winery

155 Varick Street

New York, NY  – Israel’s most popular band HaDag Nahash will perform at City Winery, located at 155 Varick Street, at 8 p.m. on May 9
(Lag B’Omer). Doors open at 6 p.m. and the proceeds from this concert – made possible by a unique partnership – will benefit Woman to Woman, The Jerusalem Shelter for Battered Women.

The initiative was spearhead by New York teenager Sophie Tulkoff, a student at SAR high school, in Riverdale, who reached out to David Azulay of Teev Productions – a representative for Hadag Nahash – with the idea of planning a fundraiser for the Shelter for her High School Senior Exploration Project.

“David Azulay and Hadag Nahash were immediately forthcoming in their guidance and continued assistance in making this a reality,” said Tulkoff. “The generous response of the larger New York community to this event is simultaneously exciting and humbling.”

Booming out of Jerusalem in 1996, Hadag Nahash quickly garnered widespread respect as the most popular band to originate in Israel. Its music combines hip-hop, rock, reggae and funk, and serves as a melting pot of grooves with a distinct Middle Eastern flavor.

Early in their career, Hadag Nahash managed to walk the fine line between popularity and social agenda, belting out songs that promote equality and civil rights, and highlight a systemic struggle against violence, racism and corruption. This unique perspective has made them the center of international and local attention, as well as a natural musical match for Woman to Woman’s efforts to empower victims of abuse.

“As a native Jerusalem band, it’s extra special for Hadag Nahash to be adding its voice to a campaign to raise support for the Jerusalem Shelter,” said Sha’anan Streett, lead singer of Hadag Nahash, who feels very strongly about participating in this special event. “Sadly, in Israel too, the phenomenon of domestic violence has not been eradicated, but luckily organizations like Woman to Woman exist. This amazing enterprise deserves all the support it can get.”

Woman to Woman, established in 1981, has proven to be a leading voice in the struggle against domestic abuse in Israel. Since opening its doors, the Jerusalem Shelter has helped many hundreds of women and thousands of children, from all races, religions and social classes, escape the cycle of violence and begin a new life.

The professionally staffed Shelter is a safe haven for battered women and their children, where all programs are aimed at offering them an alternative to a life marred by violence. Its adjunct Halfway House can also house up to 30 women and 60 children at any given time. In addition to practical assistance, women receive therapeutic counseling to increase self-esteem, improve life skills and work proficiency, enhance parenting, and encourage self-sufficiency.

This event is evidence of Woman to Woman and Hadag Nahash’s commitment to joining forces to raise the necessary awareness and funds to help those who have suffered to get on the right track to a normal and successful life.

“Sophie Tulkoff’s spirit and actions have given the Shelter’s women and children a new reason to hope,” noted Miri Benshalom Dor, director of the Jerusalem Shelter. “It is so heartwarming that young people care about such issues and are doing what they can to make a difference. I am looking forward to attending the event in New York and personally thanking Sophie and the supportive community members.”

To buy tickets, please go to the City Winery website or visit 

For more information, contact:

David Azulay at  or call 301-230-2232
Sophie Tulkoff at  or call 914-819-8918


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