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The Cellist and composer Rali Margalit weaves the fabric of her artistic work from her life experience and the environment of which she has been part,
her birthplace, a kibbutz; the Middle-Eastern with its plethora of cultures and musical traditions; classical music and mastery of the cello

Rali Margalit graduated in 1989 from the Rubin Academy of Music in Jerusalem, but her curiosity and openness to music led her to play almost every kind of music.
Rali performed in Israel and abroad with the best artists in the fields of Persian, Kurdish, Gypsy, Arab, Flamenco, Klezmer and Ladino music. She composes and plays with the “Compás” flamenco group, with Ranana Raz dance group and was among the founders of the Jebalyo ensemble with the singer Ilana Elya. Rali has performed as a guest musician with the East-West ensemble and with the Bustan Avraham group.

In 2005 Rali came out with a CD, “5 works”. The CD was received enthusiastically by musicians and dancers in Israel and abroad and was also produced as a show, “5 works and more” with an Ensemble of 5 Musicians.

Presently Rali is concentrating mainly on her creative work and has been working on several projects simultaneously, “Castles in the Sand”-the live performance of her music, “The Gossip and Meanness Project” work with texts and “Ov” a collaboration with Israeli leading young choreographer Renana Raz – a dance theatre version of “the Dybbuk” to which Rali Margalit composed the music and performs it on stage with a double bass player and playbacks. Rali Margalit is invited as a soloist to play a suite made from her composition with the Raanana symphonette orchestra in March 2009.

Rali Margalit plays the cello and a NEW and unique instrument called Cell-hu,
made especially for her by Australian spikefiddle maker Peter Biffin