Isaac Sutton announces New Years concert at Tel Aviv’s Cameri Theater


Internationally renowned artist Isaac Sutton has just announced his upcoming New Year’s Eve concert of “TONIGHT A MUSICAL” in Israel!

The concert will take place on Friday December 31 at the Cameri Theater in Tel Aviv. This concert is part of Sutton’s Israeli concert tour which began in early November 2021, following his critically acclaimed New York performance “Broadway Israel” in October 2021.

Isaac Sutton will return to the Cameri Theater in Tel Aviv, after having performed in this theater for several years.

Sutton will be accompanied on this concert tour by Israel Opera soprano Tal Bergman, who recently played the role of Cosette in the National Theater production Les Misérables.

The show “THIS NIGHT A MUSICAL”, musically led by Raviv Leibzirer, will celebrate classic Broadway and feature the greatest show tunes of all time, including highlights from The Phantom of The Opera, Fiddler on The Roof, My Fair Lady, Cabaret, The Sound of Music, West Side Story and many more.

Isaac Sutton, a prominent male singer in Israel who introduced the Great American Songbook to Israeli audiences, has just returned from New York where he performed for the first time since Covid at Green Room 42 and joined the stars of Broadway Amanda Jane Cooper (Wicked) and DeLaney Westfall (Kinky Boots, Beautiful).

Sutton performs regularly in Israel’s national theaters and with the region’s top symphony orchestras. After successful performances in the United States, Europe, Canada, Brazil and across Israel – including performances with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, the Habima National Theater, the Cameri Theater in Tel Aviv and the Gesher Jaffa Theater – Sutton also performed a duet with Tony Award winner Kristin Chenoweth at the Mayo Performing Arts Center.

Since 2018, Sutton has collaborated with Broadway stars and has brought artists to tour with him in Israel, including Carrie St. Louis (Wicked, Rock of Ages), DeLaney Westfall (Kinky Boots, Sweeney Todd) and most recently Amanda Jane Cooper. ( Bad).

He is the recipient of honors at the Ladino International Festival, accompanied by the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, and the Israel Music Festival.

Sutton’s most recent theatrical credits in Israel include the lead role of Bobby in Stephen Sondheim’s Company, Jason Robert Brown’s Parade at the Jerusalem Festival, the French musical Romeo and Juliet, The Mikado, 1776 and more. Over the past decade, Sutton has presented solo shows such as “Las Vegas-Tel Aviv”, “Broadway & All That Jazz”, “Tonight A Musical”, “Shalom Hollywood” and “The Israel Prize”.

Sutton began singing live at the age of 21, while serving in the IDF. He has been asked to be the MC and singer at Yitzhak Rabin’s memorial services. He holds an MBA with honors from Tel Aviv University. Sutton received his musical theater training at Circle in the Square and the Manhattan School of Music.

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Photo credit: Tami Shaham and Ran Yehezkel


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