Sanctifying the arts

Mekudeshet program highlights, such as the music evenings and events presented by local and international musicians, are conceived and presented in honor of Jerusalem.

August 25, 2016 17:59
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Baaba Maal

Baaba Maal, master of rhythm from Senegal. (photo credit: ROB O’CONNOR)


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The Jerusalem Season of Culture and the wide range of events of this year’s Mekudeshet program use artistic tools to convey a fresh outlook and message about the city.

Karen Brunwasser, a JSC team member from its early days, tells In Jerusalem about some of the events that will take place these three weeks of Mekudeshet, kicking off on September 4.


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