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Keren Peles

Keren Peles
Background information
Born (1979-03-11) March 11, 1979
Yavne'el, Israel
Genres Piano pop, Rock
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, musician
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2005–present
Labels Hed Arzi

Keren Peles (Hebrew: קרן פלס‎; born March 11, 1979) is an Israeli singer-songwriter and a pianist.


  • Music career 1
  • Personal life 2
  • Discography 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Music career

Peles graduated from the Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music. In 2005, she became famous for her songwiriting for Miri Mesika and Shiri Maimon.[1]

Her debut album, If This Is Life was released in July 2006 and was certified gold after selling 20,000 copies. Peles wrote all of the songs on the album.[1] She was also nominated female singer of the year (2006) by Galgalatz, and was named Israeli Singer of the Year by the Israeli radio stations.[1]

In April 2008, her second album, Mabool (Flood), was released. In September the album went gold, and she was chosen as Israel's Singer of the Year again.[1]

Peles has written songs for Harel Skaat, Amir Fey Gutman, and Boaz Mauda's song Oreach Ba'olam (A guest in the world).

Personal life

Keren Peles married website developer[2][3] Tomer Grencel in June 2009.[4][5][6] The couple separated in 2010.[7] Today, she is in a relationship with Noam Toor and they have two children.


If This Is Life אם אלה החיים
  • Released: July 13, 2006
  • Israel certification: Gold (20,000+ copies)
  • Singles: Itai, If This Is Life, Simon the Neighbor, Time Out, The One Who's In My Place
Flood מבול
  • Released: April 7, 2008
  • Israel certification: Gold (20,000+ copies)
  • Singles: Flood, She Ran Home, In A Car Next To The Sea, Picho 92, A Period Of Changes
Bein HaIr LaKfar בין העיר לכפר
  • Released: August 31, 2010
  • Israel certification: Gold (20,000+ copies)
  • Singles: The Rest Passes, Assaf Song, Northern Flowering, A Scratched
How the sun will rise איך שהשמש תזרח
  • Released: July 1, 2014


  1. ^ a b c d Gil Laufer (2008-11-03). "Three singers in Eurovision frame for Israel". Retrieved 2009-06-25. 
  2. ^ "Keren Peles gets married" (in Hebrew).  
  3. ^ "No entrance to Swedish furniture".  
  4. ^ "Keren Peles is married" (in Hebrew).  
  5. ^ "Keren Peles is married" (in Hebrew).  
  6. ^ "Get used to it: Keren Peles-Grencel" (in Hebrew).  
  7. ^ "Keren Peles and Tomer Grencel separate" (in Hebrew).  

External links

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