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.
This year’s significantly pared-down edition will take place at 1 p.m. on October 30 and goes by the title of “From the Drawer to Song – Choir Lab.”
For tickets and more information: www.jerusalemjazzfestival.org.il
It's a unique event filled with round-the-clock dancing, singing, performances by folk artists and dance groups from around the world coming to show their appreciation of Israeli dance.
The festival brings together Jewish and Arab musicians in a celebration of music.
Performers with blindness, Down Syndrome and other disabilities wowed millions at Eurovision. They dropped out of the contest so as not to violate Shabbat but were given a special slot.
Jerusalem's School for Music and Silence will hold a special concert of traditional and modern music.
The friendliest music festival in Israel, Jacob’s Ladder keeps its international flavor.
Tzama Tel Aviv will have separate days for men and women, at Hangar 11 in Tel Aviv Port, with a varied lineup of musicians: Shuli Rand, Natan Goshen, Shai Tsabari and Avraham Fried.
Serbian band to let it all hang out at Red Sea Jazz Festival.