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Levontin 7 celebrates 13th birthday with pedal-steel guitarist extraordinaire Heather Leigh and German saxophonist Peter Brötzmann.
There is a huge difference between seeking to censor, ban or prevent objectionable films, and deciding to bestow public funds upon them.
“The idea is to talk about the actual Jerusalem, of the streets and the people, not of big buildings or the history. Rather it is about the personal history of people from here.”
Roni Sinai and Etgar Keret. From a story by Etgar Keret. Music by Yoni Rechter. Directed by Shirili Deshe. Cameri, March 3.
By HELEN KAYE
Light Opera Group of the Negev branches out with an award-winning Sondheim classic.
By BARRY DAVIS
Producer and songstress Rotem Or offers her insight.
By JENNIFER GREENBERG
Berkay Hardal was warmly welcomed by Ron Rotter, Castro CFO; his sister in law Rotem Sela, who is the company’s presenter; and Mor Paso, Castro VP marketing.
By MICHAL GALANTI
KAN continues to delay ticket sales for anticipated May music competition.
By AMY SPIRO
FOR ANYONE interested in seeing something of the social evolution of Ethiopian Jews, the English-language premier of Lady Titi will take place on February 18, at 7 p.m. at Congregation Kol Haneshama.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
With Neveh Tzur, Liat Etka, Shira Haas. 94 minutes. Hebrew title: ‘Pereh Atzil.’ In Hebrew, check with theaters for subtitle information.
By HANNAH BROWN
The Revolution Orchestra, along with Yonatan Albalak launch the ‘A Standard Revolution’ series.
Organist Franz Raml plays Bach at the Church of the Redeemer in Jerusalem.
The opening concert established an uncommonly high level that the artists of the following ones might have found challenging to compete with.
By URY EPPSTEIN
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