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18-year-old David Roth is making heads turn with the Young Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
Zubin Mehta conducts Verdi’s ‘Requiem’ with the IPO, Gary Bertini Choir and more than 200 performers onstage
The threesome comprises guitarist-baglama player Elyahu Dagmi, oud and qanoun player and vocalist Elad Gabay – both Jerusalemites – and ney (flute) player, percussionist and vocalist Amir Shahsar.
The Revolution Orchestra celebrates Berry Sakharof and Rea Mochiach’s iconic ‘Signs of Weakness' rock album with surprising orchestral arrangements.
By BARRY DAVIS
Song contest officials reportedly are seeking to avoid political arguments by refraining from displaying any images of Jewish heritage sites or tourist destinations in the West Bank.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
A song for Nisan: The Pictures in the Album
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
Deep house DJ Roy Rosenfeld spins tales of human connection.
By JENNIFER GREENBERG
Veteran Israeli singer and peace activist talks to the ‘Post’ about working with Quincy Jones, who she will vote for and anticipating the Eurovision in Tel Aviv.
By AMY SPIRO
The Israeli singer joined an impressive lineup including Jay-Z, Miley Cyrus and Chance the Rapper.
Highlighting the nuances and shifts of the melody.
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
The Anat Fort Trio has been doing sterling creative work for all this time - a boon for all Israeli jazz fans.
Famed conductor Joshua Rifkin to wield baton for Bach in Jerusalem Festival
In the end, the Israeli final to get to Eurovision– broadcast on February 12 – was a close contest between Kobi Marimi, Maya Buskila, Shefita and Ketreyah Fouch.
By STEVE LINDE
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