Friday, November 12, 2010

TAL KRAVITZ, Israeli Musician @ The Negros Museum


Israeli World Musician Tal Kravitz

The Negros Museum, in cooperation with the Embassy of Israel and Vallehermoso Helping Hands Foundation, is bringing the “Amazing World of Tal Kravitz” on November 18, 2010 at 2:00PM at the Museum lobby.

The Israeli Embassy and the Museum invite interested Negrense musicians and artists as Tal Kravitz aims to create an encounter between Israeli classics and ethnic musical instruments in his musical journey.

The show is based on a blend of cultures and folk instruments from all around the world. Ireland’s Celtic harp, Iran’s zarb drum, Africa’s adongo, Bulgaria’s kaba gaida bagpipe and Scotland’s bagpipe are just some of the folk instruments that Kravitz will be using in his performance.

Negrense musicians and artists are encouraged to be a part of this musical encounter in an afternoon of singing, accompaniment with ethnic percussion and cultural exchange.

The visiting embassy hopes to raise awareness of the Israeli culture and tradition through music and encourage a lively intercourse of traditions among its people and the Filipinos.

If you are a musician, artist or wants to be a part of the audience, please contact 09173007742 or 4334764 on or before November 18. LIMITED seats only.

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