Tuna, Lemonheads - and free museums: 10 recommendations for mid-May
The Genesis Festival in Jordan Park will host Sakharof and Tessa, Tuna, Jasmine Mualem and Nono;
Mozart Group will present the light side of classical music;
The Lemonheads will conquer the Barbie - and other cultural recommendations that are worth paying attention to this week
Wednesday, 18 May 2022, 00:45 Updated: 22:28
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This too will pass (Shira Bar)
The festival opens the summer festival season with some of the biggest and hottest names in music: Berry Sakharof and Dudu Tessa - the joint show, Tuna, Jasmine Mualem, Giraffes, Mercedes Band, Lola Marsh hosts Garden City Movement, Hatikva 6, Avraham Tal, Nono, Cohen , Paul Trunk, Teddy Ngusa, Yoshi, Eco, Atar Meiner and more.
This year, too, the festival takes place in the Jordan Park in the Golan Heights and offers its visitors live performances, parties into the night, workshops and accommodation in a camping complex in the park.
This year, too, there will be three stages in the complex - the main stage, an indie stage and an electronic stage.
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International Museums Day 2022
International Museums Day is held around the world every year in May, with the aim of revealing the cultural richness of museums, encouraging the public to visit them and raising awareness of the role of museums in society.
In Israel, this day is held every year on Lag B'Omer. On the occasion of the festive event, dozens of museums around the country will open today (Thursday) free of charge, and will hold a variety of activities inspired by the annual theme "The Power of Museums". Creative workshops for children, and exposure to new exhibitions and unique exhibits.When
? Today, May 19
Where? Across the country
The Lemonheads band, formed in 1986 in Boston, is currently celebrating 30 years of the iconic album it's a shame about Ray, in a large column in which they will also come to us, for the first time, for one special performance in which they will perform the mythological album from beginning to end.
The album, which is considered a nineties classic in general, shone in the rock 'n' roll skies of the early 1990s with hits like it's a shame about Ray (in the clip with the young and rising actor Johnny Depp) and the cover of the hit by Simon and Garfunkel Mrs.
Barbie, Tel Aviv
After more than 30 years, 50 countries, 4 continents - the Mozart Group Quartet arrives in Israel in a new program that combines sounds and stories.
These are four virtuosos who shatter everything you have thought to date about classical music and prove that they can be played differently.
Puss in Boots
The Meditech Theater in Holon puts on a new original production - about the witty, shrewd and resourceful cat, who is not the cat in boots.
For the purpose of staging the play, two prominent artists were recruited in the Israeli theater: the playwright and director Ido Riklin, who wrote the play, and the director Rafi Niv.
The lead role stars Guy Demidov, a great actor in his own right and also the son of.
Saturday, May 21, 10:30
Holon Meditech Theater
The National Ballet Theater of Russia under the direction of Vyacheslav Gordiev returns to Israel and will perform on stage around the country the classic "Swan Lake" in a huge show, featuring dozens of dancers and accompanied by a symphony orchestra.
In the upcoming tour, dancers from the theater's first ensemble will perform, including world-renowned dancers.
The upcoming tour in Israel will include 10 performances.
May 23 to June 3
Across the country
Musrara Mix Festival 2022
A multidisciplinary and international art festival, considered the pinnacle of the Musrara academic institution's work in the complex seam neighborhood of Jerusalem, between East and West - which unites secular, religious, Jews, Muslims and Christians.
This year's festival will delve deeper into the subject of protests and will focus on the question of how technology affects resistance and, respectively, how art responds to technology.
May 24-26, 19: 00-23: 30
Musrara School, Jerusalem
Following the success of his previous works, French choreographer Murad Marzuki returns to Israel with the band Kapig in a new dance performance: "VertiKal".
With a technique and special instruments designed by a team of experts in aviation stunts, and accompanied by 10 dancers on stage, Marzuki leaves the ground for a journey in the stage space and plays with gravity.
His new production confronts the hip-hop dance, based on the floor, with verticality and gravity.
Herzliya Performing Arts Hall, Jabotinsky 15 Herzliya
During another routine evening of drinking and bickering at the Straitons' neighborhood pub, the island is informed of a raging storm that threatens to destroy the city.
The danger of death unites them and in the face of danger, seemingly obscures the class differences, rivalries and charges of the past and reveals manifestations of humanity and compassion.
This is the plot of the play "The Flood", which will be staged by nearby theater actors and will deal with questions about human nature and solidarity.
May 23, 21:00
Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Shidlovsky Hall
On My Dead Body
Despite her young age, Roni Landa is considered one of the most interesting and important artists who grew up here with a very distinct artistic language.
Her new exhibition entitled "On My Dead Body" is currently on display at the Rosenfeld Gallery (curator: Mia Frenkel Tene), an exhibition consisting of bouquets in the style of correspondence with Dutch still life paintings from the 17th century.
Until June 11
Rosenfeld Gallery, Factory 1 Tel Aviv
Five recommendations - and a warning