His life was a deeply moving artistic journey that had the merit of rejoining cultures and hearts.
Since 1992, the B'nai B'rith World Center has focused on recognized excellence in reported with regard to the Jewish Diaspora covering the topic of Israel-Diaspora relations.
The event will be broadcast globally on December 6 at 9 p.m. Israel time, and will be free for the public.
The 16th Jazz Globus Festival takes place on November 22-26; although, like almost every cultural event these days, events will be streamed online.
The list includes an eclectic mix of artists and genres, ranging from Bruce Springsteen to country stars Brooks & Dunn to Eminem.
Jazz Globus normally takes place at the downtown Harmony hall, but this time the shows will be broadcast via YouTube.
The Internet-facilitated audience on Sunday may recognize some of the numbers, including songs made famous by the likes of Yehoram Gaon.
Thursday saw the debut of a new project by composer Tom Cohen, featuring guests Dudu Tassa and pianist Omri Mor, which blends the works of Beethoven with classical Andalusian music.
Nevertheless, this is not a surefire solution to cancelling out all external noises, but rather a highly focused music listening experience.
The Magazine spoke to the Ohalecha management husband-and-wife team of Meir-Simchah and Devora Panzer, as well as the center’s musical director, David Frankel, about the upcoming event.