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The 12th annual Oud Festival at Tel Aviv’s Tzavta venue will take place next month, among other events around the country.

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June 26, 2014 11:12
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Esti Keinan and her band

Oud band playing 430. (photo credit: Pazit Denk)

 
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The 12th annual Oud Festival at Tel Aviv’s Tzavta venue will take place next month, and artistic director Eli Greenfeld is clearly looking to stretch the boundaries of musical entertainment, having lined up all kinds of acts on the periphery of the main genre.

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