Nurit Galron is a singer and actor. After completing her military service during which she was part of the Golani infantry unit’s entertainment troupe, Galron studied theatre and film at Tel Aviv University and started gigging at local clubs. Her self-titled debut album, Nurit Galron, came out in 1978, featuring the standout tracks What will Become of us (‘ma yihye be’sofenu’) and Autumn (‘shalechet’).
To date, Galron has released around 20 albums, with so many of her songs now staples of Israeli culture. Highlights of her most famous hits include For Man is but the Field’s Tree (‘ki haadam etz hasade’), One Tender Touch (‘negia achat raka’), Song in the Middle of the Night (‘hashir al Ha-aretz’), Love Song (‘shir ahava’), Missing you Here (‘ata po chaser li’), Sad to Die in the Middle of Tamuz (‘atzuv lamut be’emtza hatamuz’), Ballad to a Woman (‘balada leisha’), I Have Sympathy (‘yesh li simpatya’), and I’m Going to Go Mad (‘ani eshtagea’). In 1988, Galron recorded the children’s album, The Apple of One’s Eye (‘Tzipor Hanefesh’) with the late Yossi Banai, featuring the timeless duet Under the Love Tree (‘Tachat Etz HaAhava’).
As an actor, Galron starred in the acclaimed drama series, The Ran Quadruplets (2008-2010). Highlights of her film credits include Fellow Travellers (Judd Ne’eman, 1984), and Where Eagles Fly (Uri Barbash, 1990). Galron is married to Israeli TV presenter Rafi Reshef.


Where Eagles Fly

Directed by Uri Barbash, 1990
דרך הנשר

102 min.

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