Thu 7 November 2019 | 10:00 pm - 11:30 pm
Cameri Theatre - Shaul HaMelech Boulevard 19, Tel Aviv,

Tel Aviv Arts Council
Young Patrons of the Arts Celebrating Israeli Creative Culture
Presents a very special evening:

Ethiopian Culture Sigdiada Festival
Ethiopian Israeli Hip Hop: A.G. & The BrinX
Performances + Private Talk + Wine

Date: Thursday Eve, November 7th 10pm
Venue: Cameri Theater, 19 Shaul HaMelech Blvd, Tel Aviv
Tickets: 70NIS (includes private wine reception & talk)
Who: Exclusive for 20s & 30s young professionals & students

About the Event: Ethiopian Culture Sigdiada Festival
Come celebrate Ethiopian Jewish Israeli culture with an evening of dance, music & art at the beautiful Cameri Theater. Our Tel Aviv Arts Council young patrons of the arts will also be given exclusive access to a private post-show talk (in-English) and wine reception.

About Our Performers:
A.G., Avi Getahon, was raised in Kiryat Gat and has been making hip hop music for the past decade. His songs reflect the feelings he had growing up as a second generation Ethiopian in Israel. Songs include “Young Boy”, “Confusion” and a recent song dedicated to Solomon Tucker whose murder ignited large protests and demonstrations throughout the country.

The BrinX is a duo of Avi Nagash and Alex Ilonga. Avi was born in Ethiopia and immigrated with his family in 1991 when he was three years old. Alex is from the Congo and arrived in Israel with his family when he was 12. The two met in school in Dimona and have been recording rap music since 2007. Their single “Message” was produced by the famous Israeli band Dag Nachash.

About Our Organization: Tel Aviv Arts Council
Young Patrons of the Arts Celebrating Israeli Creative Culture
The Tel Aviv Arts Council celebrates the creative culture of Israel by providing a venue for young creatives and lovers of the arts to gather while attending lectures and demonstrations by world class artists, performers, and technologists.

The common theme in our events is a playful exploration of the world around us and the search for something unique that expands our vistas and leaves one with a sense of wonder. All of our private events are non-profit, but professionally produced to provide attendees with a comfortable environment to engage with the arts community, and take place in various venues throughout our great city.

“Without vision a people perishes” – King Solomon

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