Grapevine: An opera high

Arts and culture around Israel.

Israeli Opera
Photo by: GA’ASH GOLF
■ All roads led to Masada last week, where the Israel Opera presented La Traviata.

The huge audience was made up of people from all over the country, many of whom arrived in special buses. Some of those who came by private car decided not to risk falling asleep at the wheel driving home in the wee hours, and stayed overnight at one of the Dead Sea hotels.

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