It was 2008. Eyal Golan went onstage at the Mann Auditorium in Tel Aviv for the first time in his life, and questions were floated that seem bizarre today: Could it work? Did Mizrahi - Mediterranean-style - music have a place in the refined home of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra? Would Golan be able to bridge the huge gap between the two musical cultures?
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