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The Romanian Cultural Institute in Tel Aviv will host, between April 4th – May 12th, 2017, the photography exhibition “An Israeli in Romania, a Romanian in Israel” by Romanian-born Israeli artist Yoel Harel.

The exhibition is comprised of photographic works that capture instances of social and family life in Romania and Israel, in order to reflect the ambivalence of identity and the sense of belonging to two cultures and societies. During the exhibition, the audiences will have the opportunity to discover special places and moments that define daily life in the two countries. In the same time, the artist presents his strong connection with Romania, as well as the very special relation with Israel that Romanian-born Israelis have following their Aliyah.

The opening of the exhibition, in Hebrew and Romanian, will take place Thursday, April 20, at 17:00 at RCI Tel Aviv (8 Shaul HeMelech Blvd, 6th floor).

 “Tango, Buenos Aires” - Marcos Ayala Tango Company

 Marcos Ayala,  one of the greatest tango dancers in the world!

 Passover, 12-15 of April, 2017, 

 "Tango Buenos Aires”, Tango as never seen before. One of the most dynamic, elegant, exciting, and sensuous performances touring around the world, sharing the cultural essence and evolution of tango through the art of dance and music.

 TANGO from ARGENTINA, is inspired by the beats of big cities, featuring an award-winning cast with world-class dancers, accompanied by the rhythms of an orchestra with members of symphonic and philharmonic ensembles.

"Tango Buenos Aires” is composed of 12 excellent dancers, with high professionalism and histrionics transformed into an art show.

 Dare to experience the TANGO from ARGENTINA sensation........




The Royal Opera House “Covent Garden” in London brings “Madama Butterfly” to Israeli theaters on Thursday evening March 30th – at Cinema City Gelilot, Jerusalem and Rishon Lezion.


Conductor Sir Antonio Pappano is leading a performance of Giacomo Puccini’s famous play Madama Butterfly, with some of the finest singers led by the critically acclaimed Ermonela Jaho.



 Cinema Italia is back

The Italian film festival in Israel returns for the fourth time – with 73 screenings and 14 iconic Italian films, including Quality contemporary cinema, a retrospective program in homage to Roberto Rossellini, a wide variety of masterpiece films and many guests from the Italian movie industry

April 1st-9th at the Tel Aviv Cinematheque and throughout April in Cinematheques across the country

The Italian film festival in Israel, orchestrated by Ronny Fellus and Danny Moggia, will be held for the fourth time during April in Cinematheques across the country: Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Holon, Rosh Pina and Sderot.

Cinema Italia 2017 is the result of a close and fruitful collaboration between ADAMAS Italia-Israel and the Italian Cultural Institute in Tel Aviv (IIC), Italian Cultural Institute in Haifa, Istituto Luce Cinecittà, the Municipality of Tel Aviv-Yafo, the Municipality of Haifa and the Cinematheques of Israel. Under the Patronage of the Embassy of Italy in Israel, the festival will include 73 screenings and 14 iconic Italian films.

On Sunday night, March 12th, the movie “A Date for Mad Mary” was screened at Cinematheque Tel Aviv, opening Irish Film Week. The movie is one of five different films that will be played in Tel-Aviv, Haifa, and Jerusalem.