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The Pacha Kocha art event returns, the "Melodies in Justice" festival will host some of the leading artists in Israel - and some other cultural recommendations that are worth paying attention to this week

Pacha Kocha, Amir Benyon and Shuli Rand: 10 recommendations for the end of November

The Pacha Kocha art event returns, the "Nigun B'Tzedek" festival will host some of the leading artists in Israel, the Czech national ballet troupe arrives in Israel with a tribute to one of the most important choreographers of our generation - and some other cultural recommendations worth noting this week




Thursday, 25 November 2021, 00:46 Updated: 07:23

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A-Genre Festival

The Tmuna Theater's a-genre festival celebrates its 20th anniversary.

The festival will present a rich program full of premieres that includes a series of performances, installations, sound works, video and music.

The theme of this year's festival is operating instructions.

Among the artists who will participate in the festival: Nava Zuckerman, Dalia Shimko, Renana Raz, Yonatan Levy, Sara Siegel, Yair Vardi, Mor Shani, and more and more.


November 25-27


Tmuna Theater, Tel Aviv

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Musrara Mix Festival 2021

The Art and Music Festival, held in the Musrara Stitch neighborhood in Jerusalem since 2000 at the initiative and production of the Musrara School of Art and Society, will be held in two parts this year with the first part taking place on Hanukkah in the school's historic building and Canada House with live art and interactive performance.

The second part will take place at the end of May, when the festival returns to normal.


November 30 to December 2, 19: 30-23: 00


Musrara School, Jerusalem

Jewish Film Festival

This year, the Jewish Film Festival returns to its original scope and will be physically held in the cinematheque halls of Jerusalem and will include a variety of films by Jewish artists or those that deal with Jewish characters. In addition, the program will include meetings with creators and actors, events, special screenings, lectures, panels, award-winning film competitions, live music performances and more. The festival's guest of honor is the renowned French philosopher, Bernard-Henri Levy, in which his new documentary "Near and Far" will be screened, which deals with his travels around the world, conflicts and human rights. The festival will open this year with the film "Game of Kings", a cinematic adaptation of Stefan Zweig's book, "Noble Chess". Other films to be screened at the festival: "Radiant Girl" which tells the story of the adolescence of a Jewish girl in Paris in the 1940s, "Rose" by Orly dined on a new Jewish widow who begins her life anew, "Evolution" by Cornell Mondrozzo that unfolds the development of Holocaust memory - Generation. "Charlotte ", an animated film that tells the story of the German-Jewish artist Charlotte Salomon who perished in Auschwitz, and more and more.




Jerusalem Cinematheque

Speech operations

The Ruth Kenner Theater Group opens its operating rooms to the public for five days of experiments, exercises and short performances.

It will be possible to move between short performances, participate in a reading circle or speech choir, hunt for words in the public space and also watch new combinations of excerpts from the group's works: a story about a place;

A community of bastards;

I'm a good girl;

Tell me something;

Jackals and Arabs;

Old page;

Sorry, where is Zionism;

And more.


29.11 to 4.12


Three Alley 3 Tel Aviv

La Traviata

The Jerusalem Opera celebrates a decade and raises "La Traviata" by Vardi.

The opera will be performed in a concert performance with an extensive cast of singers from Israel and abroad and with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra conducted by Omar Arieli.

When? 25.11, 27.11, 29.11

Where? Jerusalem Theater (25,27), Kfar Saba Hall of Culture (29)

Melodies rightly

During Hanukkah, an alternative Jewish festival will be staged, which will be a celebration of Hebrew Jewry, music and thought between the synagogues of Neve Tzedek and the Tel Aviv Hall of Culture.

Among the performers: Shuli Rand and Amir Benyon;

Berry Sakharof and Evil Prove (Red Lips);

Etty Ankry;

Arkady Duchin hosts Mark Elijah;

Shlomo Bar and Natural Selection host Mosh Ben Ari;

The piyyut ensemble hosts Raymond Abacassis, Neta Elkayam and Amit Chai Cohen - and more and more.




Tel Aviv and Neve Tzedek Hall of Culture

"Bridges for Time"

The 21-22 dance series at the Israeli Opera, opens with a visit by the Czech National Ballet in a tribute to one of the most important choreographers of our generation and a native of the Czech Republic, Jerzy Killian, who celebrated 50 years of work last year.

In the BRIDGES OF TIME show, the band will perform four selected pieces that reflect Killian's choreographic voice: "Beautiful Character" - Bella Figura, "Gods & Dogs" - Gods & Dogs, "Tiny Death" - Petite Mort, and "6 Dances" - Sechs Tänze.


November 25-27


The Shlomo Lahat Opera House, Tel Aviv

"A walk in the forest"

An event of multidisciplinary art and live music that takes place in the ecological community of Shadama in Moshav Shdema, and is essentially a musical procession that moves along the natural space of the forest, turning it into a parallel universe with sculptures, exhibits and musical instruments hidden among the trees and shrubs.

Artists-musicians Dodik Oppenheim and Shaul Cohen produce a ceremonial and mesmerizing march, which begins in daylight and ends with the setting of the sun.

Artistic and technical management: Dr. Musfir, Uri Milman, Omar Messinger.


November 26, 16:00


In Shadama - an ecological community in Moshav Shdema

Pacha Kocha 22

One of the great art evenings of the year is back.

For those unfamiliar, this is an art event that brings together artists, animators, photographers, industrial designers, graphic designers, thinkers, dancers, musicians on one stage with each performer having 6 minutes and 40 seconds to express themselves on stage.

During the evening, nine artists will come from different and varied fields, all of whom have in common an original work.

Some will speak, some will sing, some will move.

Curators: Itai Mautner and Anat Safran.


November 28-29 (two identical rounds at 19:30 and 22:15)


Tel Aviv Hall of Culture

Omri Engel

Comedian and musician Omri Engel is known to the general public for his viral videos and work with Roi Kafri - as well as being the first to make an oriental string of Beatles songs.

Engel is coming to visit from New York as part of a special evening on the VESPERR stage.

A special conversation session about success, work and humor.


November 28, 20:00


VESPERR, Eliezer Kaplan 8 Tel Aviv

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