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The cover of Israeli singer Sheer's new single, "Can't Wait," March 15, 2021.

Up-and-coming Israeli singer, Sheer, releases first single

During a trip to New York while still in her IDF military service, Sheer met with the Ingrooves Music Group, under Universal, signing a three-year contract, solidifying her music career.

Noa Kirel hits all the right notes in ad honoring Kishon’s ‘The Policeman’

It was the second Israeli film, and the second film by Kishon, to be nominated for an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film.

Back to life: Health Ministry launches campaign to encourage vaccination

Passport holders will be able to go out to restaurants with friends again, go to the gym, attend rock concerts and "sing along with every word," as well as go to cinemas and theaters.

Sober in the Holy Land

Music as a coping mechanism: Naftali Kalfa is in an uphill battle

"I am a proud, recovering addict, recovering from various addictions, including food to substances to gambling."

By Rivkah Lambert Adler

Israel's 2021 Eurovision song options released

Voting will begin on January 19th and the winning song will be announced on January 25.

Shouting for health’s sake: A Music Festival during a pandemic

This year’s Israeli Music Festival is nothing to sneeze at.

Richard Paley plays on a modern bassoon

Bassoon - love at first sound

Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra's principal bassoonist celebrates birthday

Matti Caspi and Shalom Hanoch, each a superstar in the music industry (September 23, 2018).

Israel's Finance Ministry to assist musicians through corona

The Finance minister has ordered the establishment of a joint team of ministry officials and Culture and Sport Ministry representatives to discuss aid for the Israeli music industry.

Bringing Ladino music back to life

Hadas Pal-Yarden performs songs in Ladino time at the Oud Festival


Jerusalem hosts eighth annual Pianos Festival for free, completely online

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.

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