In terms of the flesh and the spirit, by means of his inimitable lyrics and music, the legendary rockstar opened the horizons of Israeli music. It's time to update the image we've associated with him all these years.
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The cellist Kristina Reiko Cooper was born to a pianist father and a violinist mother, and received a vigorous musical education, but love led her to Tel Aviv.
A video about an inscrutable monkey on desolation row at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem is definitely worth a look.
Asaf Hanuka’s comics column has been translated into nine languages, making local angst universally understood
Israel Prize winner, who died Wednesday, composed more than 1,000 songs.
Over the course of his career, Heiman composed over 1,000 songs and released more than 40 albums of popular music.
Fahed Halabi’s rage has given way to a reflective posture in his new exhibition. Here, the artist focuses on the act of painting itself, ostensibly with no political dimension.
A new recording conducted by leading Bach interpreter John Eliot Gardiner offers a golden opportunity to compare various performances of this masterpiece
The producer of a new film about Robert Mapplethorpe met the legendary American photographer in the swinging Manhattan clubs of the pre-AIDS era. Today she and her husband, a former Israeli, have an art collection in which Mapplethorpe is only a bit player.
"Counterlight" piques our interest, exercising total control in all disciplines of the plastic arts, from illustration to cinematic expression, shame it revolves around the words of a male poet.