Arab Israeli Conflict
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Start with piyutim and paytanim, add oud, kanun, ney and kamanche, with ethnically inclined percussion instruments and Western vibes, too, and you get Elad Gabbay’s rich and eclectic new album.
“The first half of ‘Ehad’ is played on a good [well-tuned] piano. It’s sort of postromantic music – semi-Arab, semi-trippy, semi-classical, semi–Chopin, I don’t know what – sort of ambient; there’s
Hip-hop musical ‘The City’ brings an innovative style of theater to Jerusalem’s English speakers.
Highly acclaimed Israeli flautist Noam Buchman talks about the wonderment behind obtaining his first gold album.
By BARRY DAVIS
A different angle: A group of American music insiders pay a visit to Israel to learn about the country through its musicians and music industry.
By BEN FISHER
As always, the annual music bash is chock full of star turns, such as Yehudit Ravitz, Hadag Nahash, Ester Rada, Beri Sakharof, Mosh Ben-Ari and Shalom Hanoch.
"The first time Israelis ever got up to dance next to the stage was at Tamouz concerts; This was a very big change."
By BOAZ COHEN
‘Offgrid offline’ at TAMA is the latest installment of musician Kutiman’s ThruYOU series
By JESSICA VRAZILEK
The Sugar Hill Gang paved the way for rap as a genre.
By OREN BEN-AMI
The show goes on again Wednesday night in Caesarea.
By SARAH LEVI
I have a new band and this will be the first time that we are performing together. It’s exciting.
By ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN
As usual, there is plenty of non-jazzy fare on offer, including oud player-violinist Yair Delal, veteran rock star Shalom Hanoch and world music outfit Quarter to Africa.
Revered musical maestro strips to piano and voice for a new series of shows.
By DAVID BRINN
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