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Tal Sondak

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Tal Sondak

Tal Sondak (born July 23, 1976) is an Israeli singer.

His musical career started at the age of ten as a member of a boys choir. He received several first prizes at children's song festivals, most recently as a 15-year-old, where he won with a song that he had written himself.

He has represented Israel at several music festivals and sung for the Jewish community in Denmark, the USA, Switzerland and Canada. He has been a frequent guest on TV programs and in several musical projects in Israel.

In 2001, Sondak represented Israel in the Eurovision Song Contest with the song "En Davar" and reached 16th place with a total of 25 points.[1]

Personal life

He is married and has two daughters.

Awards and achievements
Preceded by
with Sameyakh
Israel in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Sarit Hadad
with Light A Candle


External links

  • Official website
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