Who is Roni Dot?

Roni Dot would have loved to be born in a different decade.

Raised in Tel Aviv, but always longed for America of the 80’s or Paris of the 30’s,
these stylish old-school inspirations are well reflected in her
electropop theatrical sound.
      Dot’s latest album “Flamingo Pink” (Due for release spring 2023) Combines pensive lyrics
with pop melodies that create her own unique bittersweet style. 

Her latest single “Frozen things” was premiered on 4/11/22 on Dutch “Maxazine” music platform,

was mentioned on “3 voor 12”, “De Muziekplank”,“Musiczine”, “FVM” blogs and more,
and air played in the famous Israeli indie radio station “Hakatze”.

Roni Dot performed in the 2022 editions of Rosa Laub festival (Vornbach DE), Altonale festival (Hamburg DE)

and many more venues across Germany on her ‘22 summer tour and on the 2019 edition of the international showcase “Live at heart”.

During the Corona crisis Dot initiated and produced a unique project featuring
 33 vegan musicians from all around the world singing a cover version of Bob Dylan’s “Times they are a changing’ “.
The project was meant to raise attention to climate change and the human contribution to it,
a topic Dot cares deeply about. Much media attention was drawn to the project
including TV interviews,radio plays and blog features.

Dot’s debut international performance was at LIVE AT HEART 2019 showcase
followed by a 2019 European tour (SOFARSOUNDS Gothenburg, KIKI SOL Berlin,
FORUM Bielefeld and more) including an opening act
to Israeli popular musician Sivan Talmor.

Past releases: “What may come” (2017), “Roni Dot” (2013 EP)

“Amazing performer, beautiful voice and wonderful songs.
Plus: The lady is hilarious! If you get the chance to see her live –
don‘t miss it!””

“Telover” music video magazine

“There are magical moments in this album…

She performs well and her experience and theatrical abilities are well heard”

“Maariv” Jerusalem

“You need to hear Roni once in order to understand it’s not the last time…
and the sooner the better.”

Amos Oren, “HABAMA”

“A precise, thorough album aimed for an international crowd”

“Tene G” music blog

“She knows how to write witty and sensitive songs
and present them in a charming way”

Sharon Shenkman, “The Marker Café”