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Moran Mazor

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Quick Facts

Moran Mazor

17 May 1991

🇮🇱 Israeli

National Selection
Kdam Eurovision 2013

In Eurovision
2013 Malmö

Rak Bishvilo (2013)


Moran Mazor is an Israeli singer and actress.

Mazor was born in the city of Holon to a Jewish family of Georgian origin. In an interview, she mentioned that her parents immigrated to Israel from Georgia in the early 1970s.

Mazor performed her military service between 2009-2011 in the Air Force band. In 2011, she participated in the first season of the reality show Eyal Golan Koreh Lecha (Eyal Golan Calls You) and won first place.

Approaching her first album, Mazor released the singles “Tabit Bi”, “Nasikh Sheli”, “Khoderet le’Levakh”, “Ani Kan” and “Alenu.”

In 2013, Mazor was selected in the pre-Eurovision to represent Israel in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 with the song “Rak Bishvilo” Mazor competed in the semi-finals, finished in 14th place, and did not qualify for the competition’s final.

On April 25, 2018, Mazor released a new single called “Kima’at Me’ohavim”

In 2018, Mazor was cast in a leading role in the musical “Zeh Ani” by Maor Zaguri, based on the songs of Eyal Golan. She played the role in 2018 and 2019.

On March 13, 2019, she released a single called “Rak Otkha”. The melody of the song was from the Turkish series “Hakalah me’Istanbul” which Mazor acquired following her new single. It was followed in April 2020 by the song “Ruach Ba’ahayamah”.

In 2021, in the middle of the Corona crisis, she was part of a campaign to get attention for Eran, an organisation that offers psychological help by phone and via internet. In July of that year, she released a new single, “Ein Lekha Musag”.

On 29 March 2022, Moran’s new single “Sheva” was released. In September of that year she performed at the Jerusalem Post Annual Conference in New York. In May 2023 a new single, “Kuli Ahava” was released.


Rak Bishvilo

🇮🇱 Israel



Gal Sarig

Han Harari

Avia Shoshani
Daniel Skaat
Chen Metzger-Eder

Results Semi

Points: 40
Position: 14
Running order: 10

Results Finals

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