Flora brings her unique sound to BuXa in celebration of her first Hebrew album
Flora, once dubbed Israel's very own "electro Jodi-Mitchell," is performing live at BuXa on June 26 to celebrate the release of her first Hebrew album, The Place. Following an international tour as keyboardist and vocalist with Asaf Avidan, and the success of two English albums, Flora collaborated with Israeli and Parisian artists on this newest production. As a self defined art-pop musician, Flora creates synthesis pieces from the sounds around her, such as the squeaking of a chair or an overheard conversation. This free concert will be at BuXa's contemporary bar, known for mixing drinking with underground art, and is sure to be a night of alternative-indie vibes.