Eden Holan, a Singer, Musician & Composer with an impressive international career, is invited to perform worldwide, accompanied by first rank musicians, conductors and orchestras. 

The audience who is exposed to Eden’s Concerts, discovers a moving artist full of grace, charm, warmth & charisma. With elegance and innovation, Eden manages to integrate different cultures around the world, and merge them together thanks to her love and passion for music. She performed a free and powerful Jazz, in all sincerity. 

In love with life, Eden sings what it is. Music is in her DNA. 

The thousands of Eden’s fans, have seen her concerts in 24 countries and 126 cities. From shows in Israel to well-known international jazz festivals: Israel, China, France, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Portugal, United States, Cape Verde, Slovenia, Corsica, Madagascar (Africa) and the Reunion Island etc… 

Eden is considered to be one of the most active and prominent jazz singers in the Israeli music scene. Holan has distinguished herself on the global jazz scene, she has created her own unique world, a unique musical style she calles "KAYAMBA": Jazz roots and harmonies combined with influences from France, Israel, Africa and Brazil. 

With her impressive stage presence and her Captivating personality Eden sweeps the audience to an unforgettable experience between languages, countries and rhythms. Eden built the very first cultural bridge between Israel, the Reunion Island, Madagascar and Corsica. 

Eden’s vocal abilities have long been compared to those of legendary icons Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald and Dinah Washington. 

Her eclectic repertoire includes songs in English, French, Creole, and Hebrew. She performs with the best international Jazz musicians; leads and exposes great talent in improvising as well as playing exotic percussions, which were built specifically for her. 

In November 2013 Eden was invited by Ted France, whose conferences bring together the world’s fascinating thinkers and doers, to sing and lecture on the Reunion Island about her international collaborations. For her success at her Ted Talk she received a medal of honor from the president of the Island and a Courtesy title of "Goodwill Ambassador" from Paris municipality. 

Eden’s music is a mirror to her life: Born in Paris, grew up in Tel-Aviv, comes from an impressive family dynasty: four generations of musicians, artists and singers. Her great grandfather was a famous Cantor in Eastern Europe before war world 2. Eden is influenced greatly by her father, Rony Holan, a renowned Israeli jazz drummer. Her French mother, born in Algiers, taught Eden from a very young age about the French art and culture. The singer carried all of those textures and grooves into the music. 

Eden has a wide musical education: she sang for seven years at Stricker Conservatorium at "Bat Kol" classical choir. During her two years of mandatory military service, she was the head singer of the Central District. She later attended Rimon School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, Israel’s largest independent professional music school for the advanced study of contemporary music. After completing her academic studies of a B.A in Psychology, Eden worked for 4 years in the Israeli Musicians Union, where she was in charge of the marketing development and business promotion and organized cultural and musical events. She worked with the pianist Danny Gottfried, The director of the Union, as well as the founder of Eilat international Jazz Festival, and director of prestigious Jazz concerts series. Eden has a Master’s degree in communication and NLP. Eden is invited worldwide to give Master classes and lecture about the Power of Music. 

So far, Eden released 2 albums and these days, she is working on her Third album, with well know international musicians From Australia, Denmark & Germany, the album will be released at 2020. 

In 2016, Eden has been elected as one of the 10 most recommended artists by the Jewish Europe Comity. 

In 2017, Eden created 2 international World music Festivals in Corsica and The Reunion Island.

 “To me, jazz means freedom, she says, "the chance to draw from all of the wonderful rhythms and melodies I love, and create a beautiful mixture that is the equivalent of a big basket of flowers of many colors from many different and amazing places and cultures....”