For thirty years now, Israeli superstar David Broza has been considered one of the most dynamic and vibrant performers in the singer/songwriter world. His charismatic and energetic performances have brought to worldwide audiences, fusions of three different countries in which he was raised: Israel, Spain, and England, filling concert halls with his famous guitar playing, ranging from flamenco flavored rhythmic and percussion techniques, to whirlwind finger picking, to a signature rock and roll sound. Broza unites the three worlds by utilizing his ability to take on the troubadour style tradition, featuring lyrics of the worlds' greatest poets. Truly spanning the globe, David Broza has immersed himself in numerous projects. In the U.S., he has spent time working with American poet, Matthew Graham, as well as teaching Master Creative Writing classes at the prestigious Bennington College. Broza's time in Spain was spent collaborating with Spanish writers, leading to the completion of three Spanish C.D.'s, as well as broadened audiences. In Israel, Broza has performed with the Israeli Philharmonic many times, featuring his own music, including a self-composed classical suite. Throughout the years, his global tours have resulted in collaborative performances with prominent musical figures such as Paul Simon, Al Dimeola, Bob Dylan, Spyro Gyra, Van Morrison, Jose Fernandez, Sting, and more. More than a singer/songwriter, David Broza is well known for his commitment and dedication to several humanitarian causes, predominantly, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Beginning in 1977, Broza has been working to bring the message of peace to the masses by joining peace movements, and singing what is now the anthem of the 'Peace Now' movement, his hit song, Yihye Tov. A recent project has been writing and recording with the Palestinian music group, Sabreen, the song 'Belibi', which featured Broza, Sabreen's Wissam Murad, and two children's choirs, one from each side of the conflict. Though met with controversial reactions from around the world, both Israeli's and Palestinians strongly favored the project, as did the United Nations D.C. based organization, In Search for Common Ground, which presented awards to both artists in November of 2006. Most recently, Broza has dedicated most of his time to developing and producing a new show with the internationally renowned group, Mayumana. Together they have crafted a joint show featuring Broza's music, 'Behuntos', which has been a success, with over 200 sold out shows.