Born in Boston, U.S, 1986.
Grew up in Tel Aviv.
Yonatan took up music at a young age. He began stage-diving at 13 after receiving an electric guitar for his bar-mitzvah. His career in movement began early on as a sprinter, long-jumper and member of Israel's national baseball team.
After majoring in photography and plastic arts in high-school, he completed three years of national service in Jaffa, working with disadvantaged youth as a councilor and teacher of theater, photography, music and creative writing.
In 2006 Yonatan established the multi-lingual hip-hop ensemble System Ali, with which he performs as guitarist and vocalist. He publishes poetry in several literary journals, and is co-editor of the Hebrew-Arabic literary journal Mit'an.
In 2007 Yonatan participated in Clipa's Performance Art Workshop. He subsequently began performing at Clipa as live musician in Tinshemet, and his first theater creation debuted in the 2008 Clipa Aduma festival. You can also catch him performing in Salto Mortale, Oh, Wide Open! and Rite of Spring.