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Ce festival phare de Jérusalem adopte une approche pluraliste et s’attache
à gommer les frontières
Sharon Ben Zadok certainly knows where her music comes from and she will, no doubt, captivate her Yellow Submarine audience when she plays there with her own band.
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.
All the concerts in the galleries will be open to the public and are free of charge.
By SHAWN RODGERS
Bashkirova has organized a set of exciting concerts with interrelated composers for the Jerusalem International Chamber Music Festival.
By MAXIM REIDER
Paris-based Israeli saxophonist unveils new CD this week with intimate show.
By BARRY DAVIS
The 70-year-old American-born iconic opera singer finally made it over here in June to accept the coveted Wolf Prize for Music, which she was due to receive last year.
Born in Hungary in 1932, Hajdu studied piano, composition and ethnomusicology at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
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.
British blue-eyed soul sensation is intent on performing in every country that will host her.
By KAYLA ROSEN
One of world’s foremost Elvis tribute artists to make Israel debut.
By DAVID BRINN
Cindy Blackman has drummed her way into Carlos Santana’s band – and his life.
Comprised of 10 male senior students from Yale University, the a cappella group is the most recent incarnation of the iconic ensemble that originated at the Ivy League college in 1909.
By RUTH BELOFF
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