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Date:
August 29, 2009
Place:
Israel, Jerusalem & Surroundings, Bible Lands Museum
Description:

 

True Soul and Gospel music

 

Date:
November 9, 2009
Place:
Israel, Palestinian Territories, Al - Mazzra\'a Al - Qubalia
Description:

The annual Olive Harvest will take place every year in a different village.

Al - Mazzra\'a Al - Qubalia is a Palestinian village located north of Ramallah ad far from Ramallah city 11 kilometers to the north.

The neighboring village are; to the south Ramallah and Ein Qania village, from the north Beitelo, from the east Bier Zeit and Abo-Qash and from the west Dair Amar, Ras Karkar and Jania. The village is 700 m above the sea level. Within the lands of the village located many vanished civilizations, i.e. Roman and Islamic architects such as Deir Saeda An old Roman city, Neilan and others. The village is famous in plantation of olive trees and other farming activities. During the 1950s up to the end of 1960s era inhabitance of the village depend totally on the farming income.

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Date:
December 23, 2009
Place:
Panama, Jerusalem & Surroundings, Manger square
Description:

Held every year in December, the annual Christmas bazaar features booths organized by the expatriate community from all corners of the earth. Every year, Manger square in Bethlehem is filled with locals and tourists alike coming to enjoy the spirit of celebrating Christians.

Date:
December 11, 2009
Place:
Israel, Holy Land, Holy Land
Description:

Hanukkah is the Jewish Festival of Lights. It is an eight day holiday starting on the 25th night of the Jewish month of Kislev.

Hanukka celebrates the miraculous victory over religious persecution in the Holy Land and also commemorates the re-dedication of the Second Temple in Jerusalem and the miracle of the burning oil. This is where the oil of the menorah (the candelabrum in the temple) miraculously burned for eight days, even though there was only enough oil for one day.

During Hanukkah, each day at sundown, Jews light a candle on their menorah and say a prayer. A special candle known as the shamash candle, is used to light the candles on the menorah from left to right. Each night another candle is lit until all candles are buring on the eigth day.

Date:
November 11, 2009
Place:
Israel, Jerusalem & Surroundings, Bible Lands Museum
Description:

On display at the Bible Lands Museum are inscribed complete Bibles in Chinese, Taiwanese, Finish and more as part of an international project organized by the Bible Valley Foundation, where people from around the world inscribe biblical verses in their native languages. Visitors interested in taking part in the project can arrange to inscribe a biblical verse in the Museum.


Sunday to Tuesday, Thursday 9:30 to 17:30; Wednesday, 9:30 to 21:30; Friday and Holiday eves, 9:30 to 14:00
Bible Lands Museum Granot St. 25
Naot
02-561-1066
http://www.blmj.org
Admission: Adults - 32 NIS, Senior Citizen - 16 NIS, Seniors - 28 NIS, Student/Soldier/Disabled/New Immigrant - 20 NIS, Child (5-18) - 20 NIS.

Date:
November 17, 2009
Place:
Israel, Jerusalem & Surroundings, Old Train Station
Description:

Hazira presents an original theatrical dance production based on the story by famed Israeli novelist Shai Agnon. The Mill Owner and the Miller is a Hasidic folktale concerning a miracle performed by Rabbi Motele from Chernobyl, considered the rabbi of both the living and the dead. The story tells of a Chasid who would visit the rabbi every year, but was forced one year by his own poverty to remain at home. And so sit the Chasid, his wife and his sons in a darkened room, their oven extinguished, feeling as yet-unburied dead. The Chasid, unable to bear the sorrow in his house any longer, leaves and prays to the rabbi to come to his aid. All of a sudden he hears the sound of a chariot drawn by four horses and sees his rabbi, Rabbi Motele, sitting in it with one other man. Mystery, miracles, hope and the principles of wisdom fill this wonderful story written in the poetic language of Agnon and staged for the first time with the combination of dance and prose.

Drama, in Hebrew
To the Hama'abada (The Lab) page.

Details

Hama'abada Hebron St. 28
Old Train Station
02-629-2000
http://www.maabada.org.il
50-70 NIS
20:30

Date:
November 10, 2009
Place:
Israel, Jerusalem & Surroundings, Bible Lands Museum
Description:

Three Faces of Monotheism is an ongoing exhibit at the Bible Lands Museum illustrating the symbolism representing Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

Details

Sunday to Tuesday, Thursday 9:30 to 17:30; Wednesday, 9:30 to 21:30; Friday and Holiday eves, 9:30 to 14:00
Bible Lands Museum Granot St. 25
Naot
02-561-1066
http://www.blmj.org
Admission: Adults - 32 NIS, Senior Citizen - 16 NIS, Senior Citizens - 28 NIS, Student/Soldier/Disabled/New Immigrants - 20 NIS, Child (5-18) - 20 NIS.

Date:
December 19, 2009
Place:
Israel, Jerusalem & Surroundings, Abu Gosh
Description:

A unique concert that has become a New Year tradition and is given a spectacular rendition here

 

Peformers:

Ye'ela Avital - soprano

Avital Deri - alto

Eitan Drori - tenor

Yair Polishuk - bass

The Upper Galilee Regional Choir

Instrumental Ensemble

Conductor: Ron Zarchi


Price 120 NIS

Date:
December 26, 2009
Place:
Israel, Jerusalem & Surroundings, Abu Gosh
Description:

Special Christmas concert: Purcell: "I bring you good tidings"/ Bach: Cantata 132 / Cantata 5 from Christmas Oratorio


Performers:

Hadas Faran - soprano

Avital Deri - alto

David Nortman - tenor

Yair Polishuk - bass

The Israeli Bach Soloisys

Conductor: Sharon Rosner


Price 120 NIS

Date:
January 2, 2010
Place:
Israel, Jerusalem & Surroundings, Abu Gosh
Description:


Rossini:

Miserere, for men's choir and soloists,

Schubert:

Kyrie in F major, for mixed choir,

Mendelssohn:

Hoer mein Bitten, for soloists and mixed choir

Christmas Songs:

A moving concert performed by the Moran Singers and Soloisits The Moran Choir Eyal Bat - piano and organ

Conductor: Naomi Faran

 

Price: 110 NIS

Date:
January 30, 2010
Place:
Israel, Jerusalem & Surroundings, Abu Gosh
Description:

A program with two cantatas by J.S. Bach:

Cantata BWV 165 and BWV 111, and the Motet "Jesu meine Freude"


Performers:

Hadas Faran - soprano

Avital Deri - alto

David Nortman - tenor

Yair Polishuk - bass

The Israeli Bach Soloists


Conductor: Sharon Rosner


Price: 120 NIS

Date:
February 27, 2010
Place:
Israel, Jerusalem & Surroundings, Abu Gosh
Description:

Schubert: Mass in G major

Saint-Saens: Christmas Oratorio


Performers:

Hilla Nof - soprano

Noa Israeli - soprano

Dafna Zehavi - mezzo-soprano

Baruch Vogel - tenor

Mati Nof - baritone

Gaby Argov - organ

The Ramat-Gan Chamber Choir

The Israeli Chamber Orchestra Ramat-Gan


Conductor: Hanna Tzur

 


Price: 110 NIS

Date:
March 20, 2010
Place:
Israel, Jerusalem & Surroundings, Abu Gosh
Description:

An Easter program featuring Bach's Cantata 166 and Stabat Mater by Pergolesi


Performers:

Hadas Faran - soprano

Avital Deri - alto

David Nortman - tenor

Yair Polishuk - bass

The Israeli Bach Soloists


Conductor:

Sharon Rosner


Price 120 NIS

Date:
March 7, 2010
Place:
Israel, Holy Land, Nahariya, Hermon, Kfar Giladi, Nazareth, Afula, Masada, Ein Bokek, Mitzpe Ramon, Eilat
Description:

 

Cycling in the Holy Land

It is our great pride and pleasure to invite you to participate in the first ever "Tour d'Israel" a five stages cycling event and experience you are sure to never forget.

Pedal across the Land of the Bible, from snow-capped Mt. Hermon in the North to sunny Eilat on the shores of the Red Sea - a 747 km cycling challenge passing through regions, cities and sites that evoke memories of biblical history and the topography of Old & New Testament lands.

The Galilee hills and their magnificent vistas, legendary Masada, Negev Desert expanses, the shores of the Mediterranean Sea; Nazareth and the Sea of Galilee; Jerusalem and Beersheba; the Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea. History, religion, archeology and current events all play their part in telling the timeless story of one of the world's most awe-inspiring and vital regions, and now you too can share in the experience, taking part in the inaugural "Tour d'Israel" challenge for five days of memorable cycling scenic and often inspiring views!



Scheduled to take place 7-11 March 2010 and with overnights in local field schools, hostels and hotels, Tour d'Israel has been designed as a 2 person team competition. This highly challenging and enjoyable race features nine separate categories based on gender and age: Men; Women; Mixed Gender; Adults, Masters (the cumulative age of team members exceeds 80 years) and Grand Masters (the cumulative age of team members exceeds 100 years). Daily laps will run between 125 and 180 km, with the ranking each pair receives based on the time clocked by its slower rider.


"Tour d'Israel" is being organized by Zimuk Ltd, organizers of dozens of Israel's largest and most complex bike riding event and hundreds of bike treks, competitions and bike events all over the country. The company served as official organizers and managers of competitions held under the aegis of the Israel Cycling Federation and currently it manages the majority of Israel's major cycling events.

Zimuk has been joined in the organization of Tour d'Israel, by ZOE Productions, specialists in the production of exhibitions and special events.

The stages:

1- Sunday, March 7thNahariya - Hermon 125 km with 3,770m of climbing

2- Monday, March 8thKfar Giladi - Nazareth 140 km with 1,400m of climbing

3- Tuesday, March 9thAfula - Massada 180 km with 1,900m of climbing

4- Wednesday, March 10thEin-Bokek - Mitzpe Ramon 140 km with 2,400m of climbing

5- Thursday, March 11thMitzpe Ramon - Eilat 162km with 1,900m of climbing

Total: 747 km with 11,370m climbing


Tags: concert holy land 
Date:
June 11, 2010
Place:
Israel, Tel Aviv & Central Coast, Barby Tel Aviv & Kfas Saba
Description:

Type: Music

 

Description: Acoustic guitar player, singer and songwriter, in a performance of old and new songs.

 

Date: 11/06/2009

Time: 22:00

Address: Barby, 52 Kibbutz Galuyot St., Tel Aviv-Yafo

Tel: 03-5188123

 

Date: 26/06/2009

Time: 22:00

Address: Barby Kfar Sava, 8 Yonatan Hasandlar St. Kfar Sava

Tel: 09-7672888

Date:
June 6, 2010
Place:
Israel, Jerusalem & Surroundings, Old City
Description:

The first international Festival of Light - Light in Jerusalem 09 - took place in the Old City in June 2009 of this year, and was a huge success.   

 

The Festival of Light - an event initiated by the Jerusalem Development Authority and produced by the Ariel Company - was attended by local and foreign artists who used light to create breathtaking statues, art installations, exhibits and works of art that were situated in the Old City's unique sites and squares. In addition to the light works, workshops and activities took place that were adapted to diverse audiences. During the six nights of the Festival, which is open to the public free of charge, 200,000 guests gathered and leveraged the Old City's nocturnal activities, the restaurants, the shops and the tourist attractions.

 

The Second International Festival of Light will take place from June 6-19, 2010, at the Old City basin in Jerusalem, and will constitute the focal point for two exceptional weeks in Jerusalem's tourism, cultural and artistic landscape. Tourists and visitors from all over the world are invited to visit the city, stay at its hotels and enjoy the vast diversity which the city has to offer.

 

  

Light in Jerusalem 2010 will include the following activities:

  1. Festival of Light exhibits - the artistic light creations, designed by leading local and foreign light artists, will be displayed throughout the Old City's public and restricted areas, as well as at tourism sites. Free admission.
  2. Events - musical and theatrical events will take place among the light creations that will enhance the visitor's experience. Free admission.
  3. Nocturnal Light Show on the Hulda steps (adjacent to the southern Wall and the archaeological garden) - two unique performances will take place every evening which combine movement and light. Open to the public, NIS 30 per person.
  4. Tourist Attractions in the Old City - the finest sites will be open to the public. Free admission.

 

  1. Lighting Fair - booths that display artistic lighting fixtures will be located at the Byzantine Cardo.
  2. Tours - guided tours of the light creations, theatrical tours among the displays, the City Wall promenade and more.  Admission fee required.
  3. Jerusalem's Cultural and Tourist Attractions - will offer unique activities pertaining to the theme of light in addition to their regular activities.
  4. Shuttles - buses will travel around the Old City walls that will transport visitors and ease accessibility to the various sites. No admission fee.
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Date:
March 23, 2010
Place:
__Palestinian Territory, Palestinian Territories, Efrat
Description:

A Redemptive Moment -  A Model Passover Seder

 

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It is an internal moral imperative to relate the story of the miraculous events accompanying the Exodus from Egypt which have their basis in Scripture:

 

 \"In each and every generation, a person must present himself as if he, himself, has now left the slavery of Egypt, as [Deuteronomy 6:23] states: ‘He took us out from there.\'  \"You shall tell your son on that day: it is because of what the Lord did for me when I came forth out of Egypt ...\" (Ex. 13:8).

Regarding this manner, God commanded in the Torah: ‘Remember that you are a slave [Deuteronomy 5:15]\' - that is, it is as if you, yourself, were a slave and went out to freedom and were redeemed.\"  [Mishneh Torah, Laws of Chametz and Matzah, Chapter 7, Halachah 6]

 

 

For the last 3,500 years, the events narrated in the Book of Exodus have been retold around the festive and ritual meal of Passover.  Jewish Law requires that each person should remember the years of bondage and servitude, the miracle of the Passover, and how God redeemed us with a \"strong hand\". 

 

Travelujah, in conjunction with the Center for Jewish Christian Understanding and Cooperation (CJCJC) invites you to join a model Passover Seder on March 23 at 17:00 at the CJCUC in Efrat. Read more...



When: March 23, 2010

Where: Bus departs from the Binyenei Hauma - 17:00 pm

Cost: 240 shekel

Return: 10 pm.

To Register - call 052-744-4033 or register online here

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