Inbar Bakal

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Inbar Bakal
Origin Tel Aviv, Israel
Occupations Singer and songwriter
Instruments Vocals

Inbar Bakal (Hebrew: עינבר באקל‎) (born in Tel Aviv, Israel) is an Israeli singer and songwriter. Her debut album Song of Songs produced by Carmen Rizzo, is a mix of Western classical, Arabic and Israeli music.

Bakal now resides in Los Angeles.[1]

Early life[edit]

Born and raised in the Tel Aviv suburb, Herzelia, Israel as a Mizrahi Jew of Yemenite and Iraqi roots, she started as a child singer at the age of six, where she was a member of the “Li-Ron Choir” and gained advanced classical training as she participated in International Musical Festivals throughout the Middle East and Europe. When she was 12, her choir performed on the soundtrack to the 1993 film Schindler's List.[2]

Military service[edit]

At age 18, Bakal served four years with the Israeli Air Force where she was the first female officer ever in the Anti-Aircraft Combat Division, then a First Lieutenant in Military Intelligence Specializing in Public and International Relations.

Discography[edit]

Album[edit]

  • Song of Songs

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