A conversation with Christophe Rousset about faithfulness to authenticity, at all costs.
Music in Israel
Musicians of Ethiopian origin who are putting out hip-hop, R&B, reggae and even at times pop are telling the story of their lives in the country.
Housed in the city’s first shopping mall, the Teder became a cultural force with outposts in Japan, Poland, Russia and even Jerusalem.
Less than a year after being onstage in Paris during one of the worst terror attacks in Europe's history, the enduring rock band won over Tel Aviv.
The American Jewish pop and reggae singer will appear at Sultan's Pool in Jerusalem on October 13.
The Dutch DJ is a regular guest in Israel.
It’s not only the present that’s being examined in Shalom Gad’s new album, but the entirety of the Israeli story.
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.
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.
The culture minister comes to defend the sensibilities of 'the entire public' on the basis of what it deemed a mishap at an event the ministry itself produced – a singer in a bikini top.