My Poem “A Bridge Needs to be Built” read by award winning UK Based singer Tally Koren at the “Changing the Face of Poetry” event on April 04,2021

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I’m extremely delighted to know that my poem “A Bridge Needs to be Built ”was read by the award winning UK singer Tally Koren at the event “Changing the Face of Poetry” on Sunday April , 04, 2021 at 8pm GMT  (4pm EST). I’m extemely thankful to Tally Koren and TCK Productions for giving me this delightful opportunity. The theme of the event was based on the Hope and rejuvenation.

Tally Koren is the Fringe Award winner for Best Singer – Songwriter and was playlisted on BBC Radio 2.Her music has been played by Chris Evans, Janice Long, Steve Wright and was on the Graham Norton ‘highlights of the year 2011 show’. She featured on the Aled Jones’ Good Morning Sunday Show and on the Virgin Media TV playlist.Tally has regularly performed at many of London’s top venues and at events such as the Houses of Parliament, Belgrade Theatre in Coventry, The Marbella International Film Festival and the celebration of William Blake at the Tate Britian.

Tally is very passionate about using her music to bridge the gap between different cultures, having hosted a concert – Music for Peace in the Middle East, where Palestinians and Israelis performed on one stage and received for that a prestigious award as an “Ambassador for Peace” at the House of Commons.Tally was the voice of an Israeli agent in the last James Bond film ‘Quantum of Solace’.“Rotten Fruit” was written for the film ‘The man who sold the world’, screened at The Cannes Film Festival.

Here is the link to the video. You can see Tally reading few section of my poem and composing it  in form of a song at the time mark 1:10:00. 

Happy National Poetry Month!!
Megha Sood
Picture Credit : Tally Koren Facebook Page

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