This edition: Israeli Arts @ 70Tweet
Original tape date: October 8, 2018.
First aired: October 16, 2018.
"Israeli Arts @ 70" is a half-hour CUNY TV special, celebrating Israeli Arts in honor of Israel’s 70th anniversary. Hosted by Donna Hanover, this Special features a vibrant array of leading and emerging contemporary Israeli artists in Dance, Literature, Film/TV and Music: Anat Cohen, the top Jazz clarinetist in the world; Ravid Kahalani, founder and lead singer of Yemen Blues which combines Yemenite Jewish, Jazz and African music; critically acclaimed Israeli authors Ayelet Gundar-Goshen of "Waking Lions" and Ruby Namdar of "The Ruined House"; the internationally renowned Vertigo Dance Company, the first Israeli dance company ever to appear in London’s Royal Albert Hall; the exciting Israeli film directors Eran Riklis of "Shelter", Mike Burstyn of "Azimuth" and TV director Keren Margalit of "Sleeping Bears" and much more. Jerry Carlson, host of CUNY TV’s "City Cinematheque", and Lisa Beth Kovetz, CUNY TV Reporter, are also featured. Get a front row seat to this special TV event! This Special was produced in collaboration with Israel's Office of Cultural Affairs in North America at the Consulate General of Israel in New York, with assistance from America Israel Cultural Foundation, Jewish Book Council and Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan.
Mike Burstyn Director, Azimuth
Anat Cohen Jazz Clarinetist
Hai Cohen Co-Manager, Power of Balance, Vertigo Dance Company
Ayelet Gundar-Goshen Author, Waking Lions
Ravid Kahalani Leader/Singer, Yemen Blues
Keren Margalit Director, Sleeping Bears
Ruby Namdar Writer, The Ruined House
Eran Riklis Director, Shelter
Adi Sha'al CEO, Vertigo Dance Company
Tali Wertheim Co-Manager, Power of Balance, Vertigo Dance Company
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- Tuesday, October 16 - 9:30pm
- Wednesday, October 17 - 10:30am, 3:30pm
- Thursday, October 18 - 9:30pm
- Friday, October 19 - 9:30am, 2:30pm
- Saturday, October 20 - 8:30pm
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