To be a flamenca is to fulfill your burning desires with complete abandon. It’s a personality thing, a way of life, says Noa Drezner, and she knows whereof she speaks
Music in Israel
Singer Tamar Bloch, known both in Israel and in Morocco, is bringing music from her personal and cultural home to the fore in the rare language of Haketia
Iconic conductor chooses Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 to celebrate his final performance as music director
Cohen talks about how motherhood changed her music and learning to accept her 'Bedouin child' voice
American brought to Israel by Shalom Hanoch was a prolific musician, and a veteran on the blues circuit
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The investigation into the singer's sexual misconduct was closed, but new documents show a harrowing pattern – and that the police didn't always ask the right questions
Israeli-born Stephane Legar rose to stardom after singing about how everything in this country is 'Comme Ci Comme ça'. Now he is dying for people to stop talking about the color of his skin
Plus, KeepOlim launches its third annual comedy fundraising tour, while Nefesh B’Nefesh puts a twist on its annual picnic in the north
She may not be the hottest name on the pop market but over 50,000 fans attended her concert, reminiscing her old time hits
On the cusp of 40, soft-spoken musician Rona Kenan, daughter of the mercurial leftist Amos Kenan, has come out with a hard-wrought album. In it she looks beyond her own private walls to ask poignant questions about why life is so alienating and chaotic today
In its first performance in Israel, 'Yiddish Glory' played the lost songs of lost Jews in a nearly lost language
Testimonies revealed in report on Channel 13 open leads police didn't check, including claims by then-minor fans that Golan asked them to 'pamper' his friends
Pop music has always been a game of influences and references, but now, when a new song comes out in Israel, it often sounds like something we’ve heard before
Despite the fact that he’s in Israel as the guest of the Israel Blues Society, Burns insists he’s not a 'true bluesman'
'Nana Banana' very quickly turns into one-dimensional, superficial pop
Yariv Alter had two lives: one as a young musician in Tel Aviv in the alternative band DXM, and another as an artist and a teacher in Amsterdam. Artists, friends and former bandmates reflect on a tortured but uniquely talented soul
Final round of tickets for the song contest, which will be held in Israel next month, is expected to go on sale Tuesday night
What makes teen superstar Noa Kirel tick? Haaretz spent five months on the road with the singer-dancer-actress, who turned 18 this week, in an effort to crack the secrets of her meteoric success
Does the fact that Israeli musician Ellyot composed a soundtrack for a German classic have anything to do with the Holocaust?
The tale of Israel's miraculous double Eurovision win, and the birth of the most successful song to come out of the contest since ABBA
The famed musician who helped engineer 'Abbey Road' and 'Dark Side of the Moon' is returning to Israel as part of his 70th birthday tour
'What’s the Alternative – to Join the Forces of Evil?' Israeli Singer Noa's Revolution Against 'Trumpism'
The singer talks with Haaretz about her new album, Bach, the Israeli cross she has to bear and how to survive in the era of Cardi B.
The country's candidate for this year, Kobi Marimi, faces a daunting mission to repeat Netta Barzilai's success, but history is against him
The settlement comes after Universal Music Group said the Israeli’s hit song was too similar to the White Stripes' ‘Seven Nation Army’
'The tragedy is that Jews learned nothing from the Holocaust,' Iceland's former Eurovision representative says
Hotel rates in Tel Aviv are running as high as $6,370 for the week of the song contest in May
The veteran choir was back on stage just weeks after 65 of its members were killed in 2016. Ahead of its tour in Israel, the group's director reveals some of the secrets of its charm