Miki Gavrielov

“I see you on the way to the gymnasium”, “Whistle in the dark”, “Turkish coffee”, “Mother Earth”, “You and I will change the world”, “Chicken Chicken”.
Musician, composer, songwriter and singer. One of the founders of the band “The Churchills”. Together with Eric Einstein, he created four joint albums with countless huge hits: “Go slowly”, “Armed with glasses”, “Loves to be at home”, and “On the edge of light”. He composed and produced songs and albums for the best Israeli artists, composed music for Hanoch Levin’s plays and created soundtracks for films.
In 1983 he released his first album as a soloist and since then Miki has created about 20 albums as an independent creator.
He won significant awards throughout his career: the Acumen Composer of the Year Award, the Acumen Award for Lifetime Achievement, an honorary doctorate from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the Lifetime Achievement Award from A.M.I.

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