Esther Ofarim live in New York

Esther Ofarim live in New York 1982 in the Avery Fisher Hall
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Esther Ofarim gave two live concerts in New York's 
Avery Fisher Hall Lincoln Center, June 19 and 20, 1982, 
where she presented several unreleased songs.

June 12, 1982
"Esther Ofarim To Make Singing Debut Saturday"

Esther Ofarim to Make Singing Debut Saturday - nytimes.com

"Esther Ofarim, an Israeli singer whose repertory ranges from folk songs and ballads to pop tunes, will make her American concert debut next Saturday and June 20 at 8:30 P.M. in Avery Fisher Hall. Miss Ofarim, who is fluent in several languages, has had a television show on the BBC and has appeared on television in the United States. Her albums include one with the hit song ''Cinderella Rockefella,'' written for her by Mason Williams."
taken from Nytimes.com

click here to listen to samples
(ve'ulai, you're always looking for the rainbow, shechahoret, taste of honey, ask me to dance, ani hasar)

                 >> Song list         

Esther Ofarim concert info 1982

  • Ani Hasar

  • Ask me to dance (Singing my song)

  • Bird on the wire

  • Cancion de cuna

  • Davey

  • Every night

  • Germany before the war

  • Hayu Leilot

  • Hinach Yafa

  • Jerusalem

  • Le vent et la jeunesse

  • Laila Laila

Singing my song" Esther at first performed in 1981 at the WDR Gala in Germany.
There don't exist any other performances of "Davey"
(not the same as Sinful Davey).
"Germany before the war" Esther first presented in
1979 at Bio's Bahnhof.

Esther Ofarim concert info

  • Lu Bat

  • Ma Omrot Eynaich

  • Mad about the boy

  • Me emek ve'givea

  • Moon of Alabama

  • Shechahoret

  • She's leaving home

  • Shir Hanoded

  • Somewhere

  • Taste of honey

  • Tzaar Halaila

  • Ve'otach

  • Ve'ulai 

  • You're always looking for the rainbow

  • Yatzanu At

  • Tzaar Halaila

  • Ziununai Haderech (Shirat Hanoded)

song list








"You're always looking for the rainbow" Esther has not perfomed live before.
There only exists a studio recording of 1972