Tickets to see the Canadian pop sensation will cost between $92 and $314 and go on sale Saturday for the general public.
Music in Israel
The beat, the noise and the blinding lights tore us away from common sense and ordered the body to move without any need for intellectual mediation.
In his final album, the burden on his shoulders is lighter and it's almost possible to see the thin smile on his lips as he makes his way, in typically funeral tempo, to the finish line.
God is the dominant image in the poet’s most-loved songs and is present in different ways, even more than lovers.
Cohen 'knew how to be with Israel on battlefields and during years of growth,' President Reuven Rivlin says, while opposition leader Herzog calls the late poet 'a voice that tried to achieve peace and justice.'
The legendary singer, who died on Friday at 82, has long held a special place in the hearts of Israelis, thanks in large parts to his touching act of solidarity during one of their darkest moments.
The transition between the the 20th and 21st centuries - between two planes of time and experience - is precisely where Eran Zur’s new album takes place.
The Canadian minstrel still sometimes goes a bit heavy on the ennui, but his new album shows he remains a master of the spirit and the flesh.
Two decades after it was declared dead, vinyl is back. And as the sexy trend of records takes on among younger DJs, record prices are climbing.
Maureen Nehedar’s transition from Hebrew to Farsi allows her to express additional sensibilities and hues of her amazing vocal talent.