FILMThe drama of normal livesJulia Louis Dreyfus stars in Enough Said as Eva, a divorced single mother who enjoys working as a masseuse but dreads her daughter’s impending departure for college. She meets Albert (James Gandolfini), a sweet and funny man who is also facing an empty nest.MUSICRussian loveThe Ra’anana Symphonette presents the world premiere of An Overture for Natasha, a new work by composer Noam Sheriff dedicated to his wife, composer Ella Milch- Sheriff. The program also includes Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 5 and Glazunov’s Violin Concerto in A Minor, with Sheriff as conductor and Nitai Zori as solo violin.For tickets, call (09) 745-7773.Opera in the museum's galleries
Listen to a concert of well-loved arias and duets in the art galleries of the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, featuring Israeli Opera soloists, a pianist and a string trio.Explanations will be in Hebrew.Tickets available at www.imj.org.il or by phone: (02) 677-1300. Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and next Thursday at 7 and 9:15 p.m.Clarinet concertThe Carmel Quartet hosts IPO clarinetist Ron Selka in a chamber music concert. On the program: Haydn’s String Quartet in C Major; Ligeti’s String Quartet No. 1; and Brahms’s Clarinet Quintet in B Minor.Saturday at 8:30 p.m. at the Israel Conservatory Auditorium, 25 Louis Marshal Street, Tel Aviv, (03) 605-5169. NIS 105 to NIS 130.Free for those under 21.Psalms in songThe New Israeli Vocal Ensemble opens its season with a concert of pieces written to words from the Psalms – Sing Unto the Lord a New Song.Tonight at 8:30 at Einan Hall in Modi’in.Tuesday at the Ra’anana Art Center at 8:30 p.m. November 30 at noon at the St. John Church in Haifa.Marathon at hateivaHateiva will conduct its annual music marathon today, tomorrow and Saturday.The three days will be dedicated to three different modern music programs.The opening night will feature Deus in Machina – mechanisms and mechanics in music. The next day is dedicated to cooperation between choreographers and composers, including world premieres of works commissioned by Hateiva.For more information and reservations: 052-389-7460; (03) 682-2404.Julio’s Greatest hits
Renowned Spanish crooner Julio Iglesias returns to Israel for one concert. He will perform his beloved hits with a nine-piece band as part of his world tour.Sunday at 8:30 p.m. at the Mann Auditorium in Tel Aviv. For tickets, call (03) 527-0545 or go to www.leaan.co.il. NIS 299-899. A special Meet & Greet opportunity for a backstage meeting and VIP ticket is available at NIS 1,490.ART A talk about photographyJoin the Artist Talk with American artist Walead Beshty at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. Beshty is the guest of the Shpilman Institute for Photography, Tel Aviv.Tuesday at 7 p.m. NIS 25 Includes entrance to the museum’s galleries until 10 p.m. Tickets may be purchased only at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, (03) 607-7020.Wunder kids The fifth Piano Forever contest for young pianists opens in Ashdod next week for pianists aged six to 28. Concerts at the Monart Center are open to the public from November 28 to December 5.For more details, call (08) 854- 5130/1/170.DANCE An independent move
The Machol Shalem Dance House presents a selection of works by independent Israeli and international guests that test the boundaries of choreography during International Dance Week 2013.November 29 to December 4, preceding the International Exposure events in Tel Aviv. NIS 65-90. For more information and tickets, call 054-744-1539 or go to www.machol-shalem.org.