The hills are alive…

What do you get when you put 540 total strangers in a Tel Aviv hall on a warm April evening?

By MAXINE LIPTZEN DOROT
June 29, 2017 19:24
Koolulam

From left: Or Taicher, Michal Shneiderman and Ben Yaffet. (photo credit: KOOLULAM)

 
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What happens when 500 strangers join together to sing? An exciting evening of song they will remember for a long, long time.

What do you get when you put 540 total strangers in a Tel Aviv hall on a warm April evening? You get “Koolulam,” the fulfillment of a dream of 31-year-old film director Or Taicher. Last year on a visit to Canada, Taicher went to a similar event called “Choir, Choir, Choir” and immediately saw the importance of having a unifying event like this in Israel.

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