The Israeli Opera

Israeli Opera in Tel Aviv showed Verdi's La Traviata - review

Review on Verdi's La Traviata was shown at the Israeli Opera in Tel Aviv on Sunday.

Israeli Opera produces a baroque masterpiece in Alcina production - review

During the performance I attended, there was no doubt the audience was completely smitten with this charming and bold version of Morgana.

The Israeli Opera announces its new season rollout

The Israeli Opera's new opera season begins in November, and its dance season begins in September.


Israeli Opera gets ready to present Handel’s 1735 epic ‘Alcina’

Alcina is a sorceress seeking love, when Ruggiero arrives on her magic island she charms him into adoring her without measure

Dimitris Papaioannou brings ‘Transverse Orientation’ to Tel Aviv

Papaioannou uses intricate lighting to dream-up magical scenes.

Send in the Clowns: Pagliacci returns to Israel

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

Yevgeny Onegin brings down the house - review

Time stars in the Israeli Opera’s recent production of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s Yevgeny Onegin.

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.

Singers from the Israeli Opera perform Madame Butterfly at Park Hayarkon in Tel Aviv.

Exploring Tel Aviv's opera-paved history as new Israeli Opera season opens

With the weight of the coronavirus finally letting up a bit, the Israeli Opera is back and better than ever.

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