Grapevine: Broadway in TA

Concerts, Balfour declaration celebrations, and chocolate tasting

October 25, 2017 18:20
3 minute read.
Two-color chocolate mousse.

Two-color chocolate mousse.. (photo credit: PASCALE PEREZ-RUBIN)


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THE FIRST in a series of concerts by international concert pianist and lecturer Orit Wolf will be held October 30 at the Weil Center in Kfar Shmaryahu. Titled “From Broadway to Tel Aviv,” it features favorite songs from Broadway shows with soprano Claire Meghnagi and tenor Assaf Kacholi . The series, which will also include concerts of classical music, is sponsored by Dame Shirley Porter and the Porter Foundation.

■ WHILE MANY Israelis, especially those of British background, will be celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration on November 2, members of Israel’s Latin American community will be flocking to the New Station Compound in Tel Aviv where the Embassy of Ecuador, in cooperation with the Tel Aviv-Jaffa Municipality, will host a tasting of Ecuador’s famous Pacari Chocolate made with Ecuador’s fine aroma cacao, considered to be the best in the world.


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