IRami Kleinstein is known as one of Israel's greatest composers and is often compared to Elton John and Billy Joel. Like John and Joel, Rami is known for his beautiful love songs, soothing voice and delicate piano-playing. Rami has had a very prolific career as both a composer and a performer.
In 2005 Rami released his album "Harbe Panim" (Many Faces). The album received great reviews and many of its songs penetrated the top of the charts in Israel. "Tagit at Zeh" (say it), Rami's seventh album, was released in 2000 and achieved platinum status within a few months. In 1997, Rami produced his sixth album entitled "Kol ma She Tirtzi" (Everything you want) which reached triple platinum after only ten days. Rami was lauded for his singing, composing and arranging. This success was no surprise as Rami had already been elected Israeli Radio and Television's "Singer of the Year" in 1995 after his "Tapuchim U' Tmarim" (Apples and Dates) album reached triple platinum. In 1986, Rami's first solo album, "The Day of the Bomb" achieved Gold status.
Apart from being a triple platinum and gold album award winner, Rami is also known for composing and arranging music for other singers, most notably the Israeli superstar, Rita. Since 1985, Rami has been successfully composing, arranging and accompanying Rita. Rita's electric voice and Rami's brilliant compositions have earned them many triple platinum albums. Rami was born in New York, in 1962, and moved to Israel with his family in 1970. As a child, he studied piano and classical music with the famous Israeli music teachers, the Berenbaums.