Avi Dror

Avi Dror, is Israels Superstar Chareidi Pianist. Pesach with Ohr Naava is so thrilled to have Avi join us for the entire Yom Tov.


Ohad was born and raised in Belgium, where at an early age he began his musical path. Ultimately settling in Israel, Ohad 's first single was "Seu Marom" which was arranged by Ken Burgess, a well respected Israeli musician. After being introduced to well-known producer David Fadida, Ohad's career took off. His first album was co-produced by Mr. Fadida as well as with legendary composer Yossi Green, who compositions have become many of Ohad's greatest hits.

After the success of his first album with his hit "Verastich", Ohad as a live performer started to gain popularity at some of the biggest stages around the world: Lincoln Center in New York, Wembley in London and more. His music also began to be played on public radio stations as well as on personal music players by Jews all over the world.

In 2005 Ohad was elected as the best vocalist at the prestigious Jewish Music festival in Israel, after which he immediately began working on his second album. The release of 'Ohad' 2 was met with great enthusiasm as tens of thousands of copies were sold worldwide.

In 2010, along with musician Gershon Freishtat, Ohad released his third album entitled "My Music". This album combined new and old songs, with innovative arrangements. On this album he popularized the song "Boee Kallah" with the tune of Halleluya by Leonard Cohen. The song has become a hit among Chupa selection.

In 2012 Ohad released his fourth album with 2 massive hits. Malchuscho who has captured the spirit of the Jewish kids & Birchas Habonim who took by storm all over the world. This song is still playing in almost every Jewish chupa around the world.

In 2015 Ohad released his fifth album, titled 'Segulah', featuring the hit song 'L'melech'. Ohad is currently in the final stages of finishing his sixth album.

Ohad's unique voice allows him to sing a wide variety of musical styles. His voice is a blend of sweetness, feeling, energy, and an incredible vocal range, which place him in a league of his own in the world of Jewish music. He also speaks 4 languages fluently: Hebrew, English, French and Dutch. He's performing all over the world in sold out concerts. He's been in Israel, America, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, England, France, Belgium, South Africa etc.

Sruli Williger



ZUSHA is a Hasidic/Soul/Folk band seeking to inspire the world through their original music, combining ancient tradition with modern melody.

Shlomo Gaisin (lead vocals, ukulele) and Zachariah "juke" Goldschmiedt (guitar, backup vocals), have traveled the world with the messages of torah and unity, playing to sold out audiences around the globe including New York, California, Jerusalem, Toronto, Russia, London and Australia.

Former Entertainers


blatt magic

Amazing entertainment for any occasion!

David Blatt, mentalist/ illusionist has been performing professionally for over two decades. He has continuously been   impressing audiences all over the world with his creative style of magic. Whether he is performing on stage or close-up he keeps his audience spellbound. His wit gets the audience laughing and his talent leaves them puzzled and wanting more.

David's show promotes participation and is always geared to the appropriate age group and occasion. His routines range from stage performances to close-up, slight of hand routines.
gad elbaz

gad elbaz

Gad Elbaz, an Israeli Jewish singer, has already achieved international success by the age of born in 1982 with three number one hit songs, "Halayla Zeh Hazman," "Or" and "Al Neharot Bavel." His music videos have been seen on Channel 24. All of his CD's have climbed high on the charts and sold over 200,000 copies in Israel alone. 

Gad began to sing and write music at age four. He first appeared with his father Benny Elbaz, a popular Israeli singer, accompanying him on the hit song "Father I Love You." Gad is featured on four CD's with his father and later broke out as a solo artist recording five albums of his own: "Walk in a Straight Path" in 1998, "Light at the End of the Tunnel" in 2003, "Meanings" in 2005, "Almost Quiet" in 2006, and his latest "Between the Drops" in 2007. 

Gad's music intentionally captures both the observant and secular listener by mixing original and biblical texts with ballads, harmonies, middle-eastern rhythms and modern pop. Many of the songs are a collaboration between him and his wife Moran, where he composes the music and she writes the lyrics.

Gad believes that music can help bridge the gap between dierent people's viewpoints in life. Recently, Gad has started performing duets with the incredibly talented secular music stars of Israel. These collaborations with Shlomi Shabbat, Shlomo Gronich, Itsik Shammel, Ovadia Chamma and Harel Moyel were a tremendous success and broke the boundaries between observant and secular music fans. Gad revels in these duets as it underscores his belief in spreading Jewish unity through music. 

 In August 2008, Gad made a historical and riveting performance at the 2,000 year old Roman amphitheatre in Caesarea, Israel. This show's purpose was to bring secular and religious Jews

together in a show of unity through music. He has the distinction of being the first religious Jewish singer to ever perform there. In addition, Gad invited famous secular Israeli singers to sing with him at this historic performance. This concert was recorded by channel 24 of Israel and has been broadcasted on that channel frequently.

  Gad is reaching audiences around the world as his music and message of unity are being embraced by Jewish communities worldwide. In 2009, he began a multi-city world tour to promote his music and message. His goal is to help people renew their faith through music and empower them to live their lives with an open heart, faith in themselves and faith in G-d. 

In addition to a new Hebrew album, Gad is currently recording an all English album with Grammy award winning producers and songwriters. This album will be released worldwide.

Benny Friedman

Benny's musical career began at age thirteen when he began performing at small local events and audiences were mesmerized by his dazzling voice. Passionate about both singing and his ability to inspire people through music, Benny spent four years working with elite Hollywood vocal coach Seth Riggs and Jewish music lovers everywhere began to buzz about the talented newcomer with the golden voice.

Benny split his time between recording his debut album Taamu with legendary producer Avi Newmark and making appearances all over the country. One of the most highly anticipated debut albums in Jewish music history, Taamu was hailed as both the best debut album ever produced and 2009's album of the year, firmly cementing Benny's place as one of Jewish music's elite. Demand for the talented singer skyrocketed as Benny performed at dinners, weddings and other events worldwide. Recent concert appearances include Chelsea Unplugged in Manhattan, Kutsher's Summer Concert Series in Monticello, South Florida Chassidic Chanukah Festival and a show stopping duet with Avraham Fried that was the highlight of the 24th annual HASC show. He has since gone on to appear in HASC 26, 27, and this year's 28th.

Working towards his goal of inspiring people through music, Benny has devoted countless hours to making music that is meaningful. Not only do his impeccable vocals appear on Chasoif, Unity and Berachamim, three singles recorded to raise money for tzedaka, he performed at Nariman House on the first anniversary of the Mumbai massacre. Benny is also resuming his 2006 "Songs and Stories of Judaism" concert series, exploring fundamental concepts of Judaism through music and lore with Jews all across the country.

Benny's second studio album, "Yesh Tikvah" was released and quickly became the hottest album in the world and one of the top selling CD's of the last decade. Yesh Tikvah's music video on YouTube records nearly 2 million views. Benny released a Shabbos themed album in 2013 to the delight of fans, and has become common place on radio stations Erev Shabbos playlists around the world.

Benny's brand new CD titled "Kol Haneshama Sheli" is now fresh on shelves, and is already setting new sales records, with hit's like "Toda!", "Bum Bum", "Essa Einai". The album, produced by long time associate, Sruly Meyer, who also produced the Shabbos album, is in stores everywhere and available online at all digital download sites.


Although he soared into the spotlight a mere 6 years ago, Beri Weber was no newcomer to the music scene. Hailing from a musically inclined family, Beri's earliest forays into the recording industry occurred when he was just nine years old. At that early age, his professionalism was already apparent when he was honored to sing at family aairs in front of large crowds. His talent did not go unnoticed as he soon found himself recording with musical artists such as MBD, Moshe Goldman, and Mendy Werdyger among others. He was also the lead vocalist on the first of the legendary Kinder Classics and JEP albums.

Some people might remember Beri strumming his guitar and singing several of his moving compositions at at various holy sights in Eretz Yisroel. His passion for kumzitz farbrengen style singing developed during those inspiring sessions. and while looking into jewish culture and what the city of Jerusalem brought together in those days, especially the holy Shlomo Carlibach and his movement After his wedding, at the urging and encouragement of some family members to utilize his talents, Beri auditioned for the famous Shira Choir and was immediately accepted. This started his career as a wedding singer and led to other opportunities and ventures. He lent his voice to many albums and choirs during the next few years including the Unity Project benefiting R' Shalom Mordche Rubashkin.

It was during one of those choir recordings that Beri's voice caught the ear of the astute studio owner who mentioned it to an up and coming producer named Naftali Schnitzler. An original plan for a small wedding album turned into the phenomenon that was Beri's debut album "Bezras Hashem Yisburoch". Brimming with an array of amazing songs by renowned and rising composers, the project was an incredible success and brought the name "Beri Weber" to the forefront of the Jewish music world and into Yiddish households and wedding halls worldwide. 

Beri draws his ideas for his music from many sources but attributes his insights to his mentors Reb Lazer Brody , Reb Mota Frank אטילש, Reb Itche Mier Morgenstern whoms teachings are inspired by Reb Nachman of Breslev, who taught him that music is not just an art, but a gateway to spirituality. The power of הריש is ranked very high in תודבע ה' and can uplift people in a way that no other talent can. and has the power to perfect and unite the world, His inspirations resulted in the highly popular kumzitz album titled"Farbreng" and many stirring musical gatherings. 

Beri is a world renowned singer and is constantly working on bringing original music, joy, and spirit to the jewish music world.
8th day


8th Day, the Jewish Rock group co-founded by brothers Shmuel and Bentzi Marcus, is one the most sought after acts these days. With their latest hit album "Inner Flame", the group has now released six studio albums that get air play regularly on the radio, and have been top sellers on the Folk Music, Alternative Rock and Jewish Music charts. They have played hundreds of sold out concerts across the globe. Touring in Australia, Europe, Israel, Hong Kong, South Africa, Canada, and all over the United States.

Their hit music video for "Ya'alili" has over 3 million views on YouTube. They followed that up with more fan favorites like "All You Got", "Hooleh!", and now their latest hit video "Celebrate".

The band got their start in Southern California where the Marcus brothers grew up in a very musical, Orhtodox Jewish home. Their first shows were for small local community events, and performing for friends and family. As their music started to attain recognition they joined up with well known local musicians; popular rock drummer Rosy Rosenquist, Grammy nominated bassist Philip Bynoe, Klezmer aficionado Leo Chelyapov and began touring in earnest in 2007. 

8th Day's fresh and unique sound is complimented by their poetic lyrics and spirited vocal harmonies. What started as a fun family project, has now become a global phenomenon as their fan base continues to grow all over the world.