Gracia is international Ladino singer, Sarah Aroeste’s, third album in Ladino (Judeo-Spanish). Brought on board to produce and musical-direct both the Gracia recording and its live stage show, Bachar helped bring to life the project's original and radically reinterpreted Ladino folk-songs. Recorded over two years both in New York and Tel Aviv, the record includes experimental, rock-beat, feminist, electronic, retro-chic, Mediterranean-infused and fine-crafted, detailed sounds. In addition to a 16-piece string orchestra highlighted on many of the tracks, special guest voices and featured artists include Vanessa Hidary (the Hebrew Mamita), Amos Hoffman (Avishai Cohen band), Roni Ivrin and Mark Kakon (Idan Raichel Band), Nir Graf (Noa, Rita), Oz Noy (Cyndi Lauper, Phoebe Snow), Samuel Torres (Lila Downs, Arturo Sandoval) and many more. Altogether, Bachar and Aroeste created a daring album that brings Ladino music one more step forward from the past into today.