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Yom Ha’atzmaut Celebration With Yonina

Hosted By: Baltimore Zionist District

Join the Baltimore Zionist District with a virtual LIVE performance from Yonina to celebrate the 73rd birthday of Israel! They are celebrating this joyous day by reflecting on the beauty of our homeland and the never-ending strength it possesses, even in times of great difficulty. Are you looking for ways to celebrate Yom Ha’atzmaut at home? Look no further!

Yoni and Nina Tokayer, also known as “Yonina,” are an Israeli musical duo acclaimed for the weekly home videos they post via Facebook and Youtube, which have reached millions of viewers worldwide. Yoni and Nina have been singing together since they met, have been married for six years, and have two sweet children who make guest appearances in their videos.


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"Yonina” (a combination of the duo's names -Yoni and Nina Tokayer) began from the moment they met, on a beautiful balcony in Tzfat, Israel. Yoni and Nina had both been pursuing music their entire lives, and once they met they began dreaming about making music together. They are an Israeli-American musical duo who first started sharing their music through weekly home videos posted to social media. Since Yoni and Nina first began posting their videos in 2016, their music has reached millions of viewers, with the record being their cover of “One Day” which had over 40 million views from around the globe.
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Baltimore Zionist District

Baltimore Zionist District is a non-profit organization dedicated to connecting Baltimore to the state of Israel through events, programs, trips, and education.
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