Gon Halevi was awarded scholarships by Zefunot Culture from 2010 to 2015.
"Gòn has an interesting and captivating voice, virtuoso in its range of expression and color palette… In his singing, his voice ranges from the low pleasant singing of Arik Einstein to the high, challenging singing of David D’Or and even beyond that. Halevi is a surprisingly mature vocalist, despite his young age and boyish looks… It seems that he enjoys this discrepancy, using it to impress the audience again and again. He is a huge star who, with his vocal abilities, might be the second Andrea Bocelli, or Gòn Halevi the first."
Amos Oren, HaBama
"...Our audience was enchanted by the music capabilities of Gòn, both his genuine rich voice and his virtuoso piano playing, as well as his charming personallity that crossed all language borders. [...] You will be amazed how such a young artist brings with him a musical maturity that captures the ear at once."
Ambassador of Israel in Sofia, Bulgaria
"Gòn HaLevi has been blessed with incredible musical talent and abundantly sensitive musicality. He managed to pluck on the strings of the heart and soul with his singing and spectacular musical arrangements."
Ora Binur, Ma’ariv
Gòn Halevi is a singer, pianist, actor and composer.
Born and raised in Israel, he is known to Israeli audiences from numerous projects. These include the production of “The Sound of Music” at the Israeli Opera House in Tel Aviv, for which he received rave reviews in his part as “Rolf”; “Kshe’or Dolek Bachalonech” – a hugely successful tribute to the greatest Israeli composer of the 20th century, Sasha Argov (alongside singer Roni Ginossar); “Nostalgia” – a program of his own beautiful arrangements of internationally known Israeli standards.
Gòn is currently studying for a Bachelor’s degree in opera singing at Mannes School of Music in Manhattan.