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By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The Israeli Ballet, expected to move audiences with their newest works, tonight at the Opera-Arts Center.
LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED
Suzanne Bier directed this sweet romantic comedy that tells
the story of Ida (Trine Dyrholm), who has just completed her cancer treatments
and discovers her husband in bed with a young co-worker. She travels
alone to Italy to attend their daughter’s wedding, where she meets the father of
the groom, Philip (Pierce Brosnan), a widower who lives in a seaside
villa. Despite bad first impressions, Ida may find her chance for another
At cinemas around the country.
Renowned photographer Iris Nesher was seeking a cultural
icon for a new project. The result of her surprising encounter is an
exhibition at the Museum of Israeli Art titled “Yoram Kanuik: The Mona Lisa from
Hess Street.” A gallery talk with the photographer will take place on Saturday
Until mid-December. 146 Abba Hillel Street, Ramat Gan, (03)
Designer Itzik Mevorah’s exhibition of his designs, titled “Mevorah
Exports,” is at the Holon Design Museum. Mevorah, whose work is inspired
by materials from the world of fashion, as well as cars, diving gear and
airplanes, tries to eliminate the borders separating art and design and says his
works are somewhere between 2D and 3D art.
Until December 8 at 109 Hankin
Street, Holon, (03)559-0021. Free admission.
THROUGH THE EYES OF CHILDREN
The Ben-Zvi Institute presents an exhibition, “Jerusalem Children,” which brings
the stories of the city as seen and told by kids who live here.
November 24 at the Auditorium, 14 Ibn Gvirol Street, Rehavia. Free
A GREAT ROMANCE
Romeo and Juliet will be performed by the
Israel Ballet Company tomorrow and Saturday in Tel Aviv. The full production was
first created by the company’s director Berta Yampolsky more than 10 years ago,
but is still enjoyable as ever.
NIS 150-250, www. Israel-opera.co.il and
The Israel Ballet presents a Première
Night of four new works by acclaimed choreographer Itzik Galili, to music by
John Cage. The centerpiece And the Earth Shall Bear was first performed
this year by the British National Ballet.
Tonight at 8 p.m. at the Opera
– Arts Center, NIS 139-199.
YOUNG AND PROMISING
The Curtain Up dance
event starts this Wednesday for the 23rd time, presenting 11 new works by young,
up-and-coming choreographers in four parts. The event will take place at the
Suzanne Dellal Center in Tel Aviv between November 14-24, and at the Jerusalem
Theater between November 26-29.
NIS 60. Call (03) 510-5656 for the Tel
Aviv performances and (02) 560-5755 for the Jerusalem performances.
The Ever-Green ensemble with guest dancers will perform at the Acre
Music Center as part of the center’s Shabbat Sounds. The ensemble performs Irish
and Celtic music around the country and abroad with great
Saturday at 9 p.m. at the Acre Music Center, (04) 991-4207.
Ehud Banai will give two concerts, performing his all-time
hits, as well as new songs
November 14 & 15 at 10 p.m., Zappa Club, Tel
Aviv, NIS 150, www.zappaclub.co.il
THE PAGANINI OF THE TRUMPET
Catalonian Salvador Brotons will conduct the next concert of the Ra’anana
Symphonette in a concert with solo pianist Vera Okhotnikova and acclaimed
trumpeter Sergei Nakariakov, who has been called the Paganini of the Trumpet. On
the program: Mozart’s overture to The Marriage of Figaro, Horn Concerto No. 3,
Grieg’s Lyric Suite and more.
November 20, 22 & 25 at 8:30 p.m. at the Ra’anana Arts Center (09) 745- 7773
and November 21 at 8:30 p.m at the Petah Tikva Heichal Hatarbut. (03)