Wed 8 November 2017 - Sat 11 November 2017 | All Day
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The Piano Festival brings together many top Israeli musicians in intimate acoustic piano performances. Artists include Garden City Movement, Jane Bordeaux, Quarter to Africa and many others!

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Some of this year’s highlights include: 

Jane Bordeaux – November 8th | Tel Aviv Museum of Art | 119 NIS

The trio of Jane Bordeaux – Doron Talmon, Matti Gilad and Amir Zeevi, salute the trio of musical history in Israel and around the world in a special performance – a tribute to mythological triads along with the band’s favorite and beloved songs.

Luna Abu Nasar – November 8th | Tel Aviv Museum of Art | 69 NIS

“I have a lot of love for the piano, and I am happy to have the opportunity to present a special performance for piano for songs from both albums “I’ll Tell You” and “Vortex”.”

Garden City Movement – November 9th | Cameri Theater | 89 NIS

Garden City Movement playing an exclusive show with a strings quartet at the Piano Festival. Special arrangements, songs that haven’t been played live and upcoming tracks from our debut album.

Mary Ocher – November 9th | Tel Aviv Museum of Art | 139 NIS

Stubbornly and passionately, Marie Ocher creates uncompromising, unprocessed, thought-provoking music. Swimming against the tide, brings an artistic and social statement, deals with issues of government, identity and conflicts.

Babel Trio – November 1oth | Tel Aviv Museum of Art | 69 NIS

Three virtuoso musicians reinvent the music in a crazy, breathtaking, exciting, surprising and humorous way.

Quarter to Africa – November 11th | Tel Aviv Museum of Art | 119 NIS 

African rhythms and funk jazz – this is the musical mix behind a quarter to Africa, a multicultural and rooted ensemble that creates a high-spirited musical collage that does not leave the heart and ears indifferent.

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