The boys and girls of the "Zamir Israel" choir received applause last night (Monday) from the enthusiastic audience that attended a moving event marking 75 years of the State of Israel and 18 years of the movement, conducted by maestro and founder of the choir Mati Lazar and the conductors of the nightingale. The event took place in the Recanati Hall of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
The guest of honor at the event was musician and Israel Prize laureate Nurit Hirsch, who was very impressed and moved by the performance of her works at the event, including the 1978 Eurovision winner "Avnibi", "Shovi Harmonica" and more.
HaZamir is a global Jewish youth movement based on Jewish values that connects Jewish youth from around the world through poetry and study of Jewish and Israeli texts.
As part of its activities, its members unite once a year to hold a festive concert, in which singers from all ten branches of "The Nightingale" in Israel spread throughout the country take part, for example in the cities of Jerusalem, Ofakim, Dimona and Karmiel.
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