The President of the Supreme Court, Esther Hayut, arrived last night (Saturday) at the performance of the Gevataron band to mark the 75th anniversary of its activity and was received with loud applause and applause.
During the performance, which took place at the Culture Hall in Tel Aviv, the Hagabetron band hosted a series of artists, including Ilanit, Hanan Yuval, Jordana Arzi, Amir Benion, Rami Kleinstein and Shimi Tabori.
Journalist Nechama Doak wrote on Twitter that when Jordana Arazi announced that she was the president of the supreme court in the hall, an entire audience stood up, applauded her for many minutes and shouted "democracy, democracy".
Esther Hayut's documentation of the performance aroused great interest on social networks.
One of the surfers wrote: "Oh well, a performance of the old man, let's see her go to the performance of Omar Adam."
Journalist and 103fm broadcaster Yanon Magal wrote: "Prime Minister of Israel's first government".
Another surfer humorously wrote: "From the Pentagon documents revealed in the New York Times: Supreme Court President Ester Hayut was received with applause at the 75th anniversary celebration of Gabatron at the Culture Hall."
It should be noted that Esther Hayut served in the army in the Central Command Group.
She participated in the band's program "Sher Mi Shasher Aharon" in 1972, where the song "The Man from the Bekaa" written by Haim Hefer and composed and edited by Moni Amarilio, and the song "Around the Fire", written by Natan Alterman and composed and edited by Yair Rosenblum, stood out in particular.
Among the members of the ensemble were Dorit Reuvani, Eli Gorenstein, Uzi Hitman and Ronit Ofir.
It should also be noted that Esther Hayut often attends concerts in Israel, and among other things, she was also recently spotted at Haim Moshe's performance.
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