Sunny side up

There is a sunny dynamic to the music and the band’s presentation, which seems to obviate political intent.

August 31, 2017 18:50
Apo and the Apostles keep the feel-good factor riding high.

Apo and the Apostles keep the feel-good factor riding high.. (photo credit: APO AND THE APOSTLES)


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The annual Sacred Music Festival is back for a seventh time. Since its inception, the event has gained a solid following and a growing reputation for offering intriguing and sometimes left-field cultural items.

This year’s program is packed with an eclectic range of arts events, at all sorts of venues around Jerusalem, including quite a few in the Old City, aimed at bringing people together to share an hour or two of fun and, possibly, have an enriching and uplifting experience.


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