Shlomo Artzi is one of the top Israeli singers. His career spans over 30 years, with countless hit singles, which have had Israeli audiences swooning for decades.
“We are happy to support this important community event”, says Robert Volfson, owner of Carmel Transport. “These kinds of exciting events don’t happen every day. Shlomo Artzi in Toronto, on Israel’s Yom Ha’azma’ut (Israeli Independence Day) – that is a real treat. An artist such as him represents and reminds us of only good things”.
Shlomo Artzi (born in 1949) began his career in the military in 1970. His first years as a musical artist didn’t bring him the immense success that would follow. But in 1977, after having nearly given up on a musical career, the album “Man Loses Himself” came out, and marked Artzi as one of the “it” singers of the eighties and nineties. Following were several songs that many Israelis can recite till this day.
A son of Holocaust survivors, Artzi as not shied away from the topic, and has incorporated the struggles and memories he had growing up with troubled parents in his work. His son, Ben Artzi – also featured in one of his songs as a little boy – became a successful musician in the 2000s.
Volfson adds: “I remember waiting on Shlomo Artzi at a Tel Aviv café 30 years ago, and here I am – one of the main sponsors of his concert in Toronto. It’s like closing a circle”.
Carmel Transport CEO Liran Bartal explains that “the goal is to encourage people to come to the show, and the discount coupon is one of the ways to ensure that happens”.
Carmel Transport International was founded in 1991 in Toronto and offers the transport of commercial containers from Montreal in the east to Vancouver in the west. Over 200 employees work for the company in Canada.
The OFFER CODE CarmelTransport (value of $20) will be available to the first 500 ticket buyers for Orchestra seats only (prices ranging from $169.95 – $279.95). The coupon must be used within 5 days beginning on the first day of ticket sales.
Shlomo Artzi will be appearing in concert in Toronto on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 in the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts. Tickets will be available starting next week, end of February.
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