Jews and Arabs making music together

One Note for Coexistence music show at the Duhl Center in Tel Aviv will feature a glittering array of top Jewish and Arab musicians.

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August 4, 2015 21:50
David Broza

David Broza. (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)

 
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The Jewish Arab Institute of the Histadrut will hold the One Note for Coexistence music show at the Duhl Center in Tel Aviv on Wednesday night, at 7 p.m. The show will feature a glittering array of top Jewish and Arab musicians, and is designed to express a sense of unity – a particularly poignant sentiment in the wake of the recent acts of violence.

The eclectic artist roster features internationally acclaimed veteran singer-guitarist David Broza, the Mediterranean Andalusian Orchestra Ashkelon with conductor Tom Cohen, Christian Arab singer Mira Awad, conductor and accordion player Ettie Tevel, Arab singer Nasrin Kadri, kippa-clad multi-instrumentalist and singer Ziv Yehezkel, who performs as soloist with the Classical Arabic Orchestra of Nazareth, and opera singer Daniella Lugassy.

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In addition to the varied musical entertainment the program will also feature addresses by Histadrut Chairman Avi Nissan Koren and by Jewish Arab Institute head Farouk Amrour.

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