Here and now at the Israel Festival

In Jerusalem’s beating heart, next to the light rail stop, a place has been set up to enable people to meet and talk, listen to music, catch a show and more.

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May 19, 2016 13:42
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The ‘FOLK –S: Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?’ show will bring its sounds to Mazia House. (photo credit: MATTEO MAFFENSANTI)

 
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Now! is the title of this year’s Israel Festival, which will run from May 24 to June 11. As its name implies, the festival will feature a large selection of artistic events that share the concept of whatever is happening on the artistic stages here and abroad, right now – focusing on a new artistic language that promotes multifaceted performances.

In other words, anything we may have had in our head regarding a highbrow artistic performance in multiple art forms, such as theater, dance or music, is now becoming part of one show, blending them all together to create an “event” on the stage. This year, more than ever, the festival management is reaching out to the widest spectrum of visitors.

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