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SABRA: Native Songs and Their Evolution

SABRA: Native Songs and Their Evolution

Ester Hana explores the origins and people and their places in  “SABRA: Native Songs and Their Evolution”.

The petite Hana has been singing and playing in the United States for over two decades now, in clubs, restaurants, cabarets, concerts and private parties. She holds a master’s degree in music and piano performance from Roosevelt University. Hana has performed in the Chicago area at such venues as Maxim’s, Chicago Cultural Center, Davenport’s, and the Park West.  She has won international acclaim having performed in Berlin, Stockholm, Paris, Geneva, Monte Carlo, Toronto, Arezzo (Italy), Bangkok and Manila. She recently returned from Bangkok where she held a concert for a university’s 70th anniversary.


Partial List of Songs

Begin The Beguine/Siboney

No More (La Paloma, 1863)

She Wears My Ring (La Golondrina) 

Aura Lee (Love Me Tender)

Autumn Leaves (Les Feuilles Mortes)

Forbidden Games (“Jeux Interdit”)

Sukiyaki (Ueo Muite)

Those Were The Days, 1968 (Darogiy Glinnoyu, 1940s)  

God Bless My SUV

If You Go Away (Ne Me Quitte Pas)

Strangers In The Night, 1966 (Fremde in der Nacht, 1965)

Comme D’Habitude, 1967 (My Way, 1969)