Conducted by the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra’s honorary conductor Maestro Andrew Parrott, the orchestra opened its 29th season with the first complete Israeli performance of Claudio Monteverdi’s “Vespro della Beata Vergine”. 



Villa In The Jungle

A Brazilian celebration for 130th birthday of composer Villa-Lobos

By leading Brazilian guitar artists, a Capoeira group and Maestro Doron Salomon


Inconceivable: The Totally True One-Woman Semi-Fertile Quasi-"Musical"

A comedic one-woman stage performance incorporating stand-up, music, and various props, performed by an American professional actress.  This performance is in English, suitable for women and men, adult audiences only.

Taking a hilarious and honest look at the complexity of modern infertility, this comedic solo show is insightful, moving, absurd, and compelling.  Everyone can relate to this performance.  Experienced, written, and performed by Meirav Zur, everything seen in this production is amazingly and amusingly true. 

Read what audiences have been saying:

"Wonderful, amazing, brave!"
"Totally fantastic."
"Thank you for making this journey so relatable and funny... Please take this all over the world-- People need to see this!"
"Hilarious and so moving."
"So powerful, emotional, and real. This was an amazing show!"
"Didn't want it to end."
"Very entertaining!"


Wednesday, December 27, 20:30 (8:30 PM), at Habima National Theater, 2 Sderot Tarsat, Tel Aviv.

Full price at the door (pending availability) = 90 NIS
Advanced Online Purchase = 70 NIS,
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**Seats are not assigned. Doors open at 20:00.
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Israel's professional English-language theater, English On Stage,new stage production .  The show's title, "Inconceivable: The totally true one-woman semi-fertile quasi-'musical'", quite simply says it all.  Taking an honest look at the complexity of modern infertility, this comedic solo show is insightful, moving, absurd, and compelling.

 Experienced, written, and performed by Meirav Zur, everything seen in this production is amazingly and amusingly true.

Styling:  Wendy Lehmann
Dramaturgy: Natalie Feinstein

Photo Meirav Zur






Orit Wolf, an acclaimed classically trained pianist and lecturer presents  MUSIC & MUSE, The Porter Concert Lecture Series opening on October 30th, featuring Broadway classics from My Fair Lady, Phantom of the Opera, West Side Story and others. Joining Wolf will be guest vocalists, Soprano Claire Meghnagi and Tenor Assaf Kacholi.



Embassy of Japan in cooperation with the Israel Japan Friendship Society Friday Lecture Japan: A Consumer's Paradise...or not

Friday October 20, 2017 at 11:00 | The Museum Tower, 19th floor 4 Berkowitz St., Tel Aviv

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 Japan is a society uniquely complex. Often totally contradictory things can be said about it where both descriptions will be absolutely correct.

Japan's consumer culture also fits this split personality pattern. Foreign visitors to Japan are often enchanted by the degree of service and caring they receive when engaged in even the simplest of consumer transactions, a phenomenon often described by the Japanese themselves with the term "omotenashi." But there is another side to Japan's consumer culture as well, one that is as real as the unbelievably courteous and attentive behavior encountered everywhere.

Pricing, portion size, unavailability of products that could be easily found in countries less affluent, and other anomalies are part of the consumer experience, which simply makes Japan a challenge for foreign marketers and a complex commercial environment that is fascinating in its contradictions.

We will explore this phenomenon in this lecture.

LECTURE IN ENGLISH Kenneth Alan Grossberg was Professor of Marketing and Director of the Waseda Marketing Forum at Waseda Business School until mandatory retirement in 2016.

He has been active in international business and management education for more than forty years, much of that time spent working in Japan and the Pacific Rim.

He currently serves as an advisor to the Knowledge Center for Innovation at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology and mentors Israeli startups in his capacity as a strategist and global marketing expert.


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Photo Courtesy Embassy of Japan