After the couple divorced, she undertook a successful solo career. Esther Zaied, better known by her married name Esther Ofarim (Hebrew: אסתר עופרים; born June 13, 1941), is an Israeli singer. She was born in Safed to a Syrian Jewish family. In 1959, she met, Movie Theme Song Played on a Theater Organ, Alexandra - Stimme der Sehnsucht: Der rätselhafte Tod eines Stars, Stevie Wonder, Bobby Goldsboro, Tommy James and the Shondells, Josh White Jr., Tamiko Jones, Esther and Abi Ofarim, Robert Vaughn, Phil Leeds, Allen Ludden, Reni Santoni, Rube Goldberg, Esther Ofarim, Vorentscheidung deutsche Schlagerfestspiele 1964. 30. , In 1965, Esther won an Edison Award at the Grand Gala du Disque in Holland. David is a musician, he attended Berklee College of Music in Boston. She came second in the 1963 Eurovision Song Contest with the song "T'en va pas", representing Switzerland. Esther began recording as a solo artist in the early 1960s. Here you find many informations, lyrics, midi, audio, mp3, video, concert-infos, a biography, discography and much more of Esther Ofarim … Esther Zaied, better known by her married name Esther Ofarim (Hebrew: אסתר עופרים; born June 13, 1941), is an Israeli singer. As usual, I checked out the Eurovision boxes first, and to my delight I found a copy of Esther Ofarim's 'T'en vas pas' within the first two minutes. In 1958, Esther met Abi Ofarim, a guitarist and dancer, whom she later married. 5.  After her divorce from Abi, she continued performing and released several albums. Saturday, 25 January 2020. In 1959, she met Abi Ofarim, a guitarist and dancer, whom she married in 1961.  They performed live concerts in New York City and London, and they toured Europe before separating in 1969.. ", By 1965, Esther was well known throughout Europe. , In 1962, Esther released her self-titled debut solo album and was invited to join Frank Sinatra in his performances in Israel. She starred in German films and had her own television specials on BBC and Eurovision. Look ahead to the TV shows still set to premiere in the rest of 2020, including "Selena: The Series" and "The Stand.". She began performing as a child, singing Hebrew and international folk songs. On 25 February 1970, she co-starred in her own BBC television special The Young Generation Meet Esther Ofarim broadcast on BBC1.. Check out some of the IMDb editors' favorites movies and shows to round out your Watchlist. , American director Otto Preminger cast Esther for a small role in the film Exodus (1960). In 1984, she played in Joshua Sobol's play Ghetto, produced by Peter Zadek in Berlin. T'en vas pas - Esther Ofarim Exactly eight months after my last visit to Antwerp's Chelsea Records, I went there again. In 1982, she released the album Complicated Ladies on Mercury Records with Eberhard Schoener, Wolf Wondratschek, and Ulf Miehe. Jim Albright, campus correspondent, stated: Everyone expected the Smother Brothers to be great, but Ester [sic] turned out to be fabulous...people were amazed with her singing and her looks. After marrying Abi Ofarim in 1958, she was half of the husband-and-wife folk duo Esther & Abi Ofarim in the 1960s. In 1967, she recorded, Esther im Kinderland, in which she sang 20 children's songs from eight countries in six different languages. In 1968 "Cinderella Rockefella" hit the top of the charts in a number of countries including the UK. , Esther later married assistant television director Philipp von Sell, who is 18 years her junior. She headlined in the major concert halls and theaters. Her songs were featured in the 2004 Israeli film, Walk on Water. Esther Ofarim is an Israeli singer.  She was a student in his dance studio in Haifa. There she sang songs including "Frühling" and "Unter deinen weissen Sternen". 39 in Germany.. last update 22/11/2020 Welcome to www.esther-ofarim.de! Esther and Abi settled in Geneva, Switzerland, where she took part in the 1963 Eurovision Song Contest representing Switzerland with the song "T'en va pas". She was born in Safed to a Syrian Jewish family. April 2020: Concert in Holon with Esther Ofarim 2. December 2018: Event in Berlin with Esther Ofarim 22. Initially it appeared Switzerland had won the contest with 42 points to Denmark's 40, but after an apparent change to the Norwegian scores, Ofarim ended up with 40 points, as opposed to 42 points for "Dansevise", a reversal of the initial result. In addition to a solo career, she was part of the husband-and-wife duo Esther & Abi. 13. January 2019: Concert in Hamburg with Esther Ofarim. 03. June 2019: Concert in Tel Aviv with Esther Ofarim.