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‘Pagliacci’ shines at Israel Opera

The dancers delivered a stunning performance as acrobats and clowns, including a jack-in-the-box that nearly reached the celling.

Send in the Clowns: Pagliacci returns to Israel

Under director Inbal Pinto, the Israeli Opera brings the classic production back to life.

An opera reimagines classic story about an Italian family on eve of WWII

Ricky Ian Gordon, a composer who created a new opera based on the 1970 Holocaust film “The Garden of the Finzi-Continis,” gave his thoughts on the story.


Historic British opera duo's work comes to Jerusalem

Sir Arthur Sullivan and W.S. Gilbert wrote dozens of operas together, from surprising marriages to pirates.

Eugene Onegin makes a double return to Hebrew stage

The Israeli Opera is producing Tchaikovsky’s adaptation to Pushkin’s 1825 same-titled poetic triumph.

The opera comes to Jerusalem

The Jerusalem Opera company is marking 10 years with two performances with two performances of 'La traviata'.


Israeli opera adapts Mozart's 'The Magic Flute'

The new adaptation of Mozart's The Magic Flute was met with great success in China, the US, Poland, Japan and Australia.

Israeli Opera takes Mozart's ‘Magic Flute’ to new level

The usual performing suspects are on the roster for the November 4-15 nine-performance run.


Holocaust survivor celebrates 90th birthday by acting out his life on stage

Simon Gronowski survived the Holocaust in hiding, and lost his family in Auschwitz.

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