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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.
Renowned pianist Olga Kern makes her Israeli debut.
By MAXIM REIDER
New show: Arkadi Duchin and Micha Shitrit
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
New album: Beyond the Border Line
There is a sunny dynamic to the music and the band’s presentation, which seems to obviate political intent.
By BARRY DAVIS
Jerusalem’s School for Classical Eastern Music serves as a bridge between cultures.
By MORDECHAI BECK
For music lovers, Mekudeshet at the magical venue of the Tower of David (September 7-15) never fails to inspire.
By MARK WEISS
Levin Areddy clearly has an ax or two to grind with life, the universe and the rest of the existential shebang.
By ARIANE MANDELL
Domestic social and political milieu constraints notwithstanding, Hendler and the choir have been doing good harmonious business for some years now.
The fourth edition of the Pianos Festival will focus on the late Hungarian-born
Israel Prize winning composer Andre Hajdu, who died in August at the age of 84.
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