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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, July 20, 2017

Arts & Culture

A Once In A Lifetime Experience Bringing The World Together Through Dance

Horati 2017 will be a dazzling event bringing performing groups and dance enthusiasts from Israel, North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia together to share their vision of Israel in dance and song in a glorious, exuberant four day celebration, from June 8 – 11, at Queens College, Queens, New York. The event is open to the public and will feature a broad spectrum of workshops, evening dance parties and performances.

Israeli folk dance has become truly global. Like a world’s fair, the offerings will include representations of the many cultures that Jews have embraced, adapted and brought to Israel. There are now hundreds of vibrant Israeli dance

In 1948, as Israel was heading into its first war, an IDF general sent a letter to David Ben-Gurion, Israel's new prime minister, politely declining his offer to become chief of staff because he had learned the Jewish State only had six million bullets. "We will need 1 million bullets a day in a war and I am not willing to be chief of staff for just six days," he wrote.

The Weapon Wizards, an engaging look at Israel's weapons industry, is replete with such anecdotes. (Another that's hard to

This One-Night Theatrical Event Includes Firsthand Interviews and Exclusive Additional Commentary

Fifty years ago, following a 20-year Jordanian occupation, Jerusalem was re-unified with Israel, and now for the first time, these historic events will be brought to the big screen. With personal accounts, historical footage and professional reenactments, Israel’s 55th Paratrooper Brigade is celebrated in the feature-length docudrama, “IN OUR HANDS: The Battle for Jerusalem.” This special, one-night

Prayerbook is another sign of resurgent Jewish life in Germany

For the first time in more than a century, a comprehensive new siddur (Jewish prayerbook) with a full contemporary translation into German has been published in Berlin.

The one-volume siddur encompasses all daily and annual prayers, along with instructions and explanations. “This siddur has all the prayers that a person needs for the entire year, including the holidays, except from Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur,” said its

14-year old Israeli prodigy, cellist Danielle Akta, will join eminent maestro Vladimir Spivakov and the acclaimed Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra for a Carnegie Hall on Wednesday, June 7 at 8 PM. Joining them is the brilliant soprano and Metropolitan Opera star Hibla Gerzmava – last heard at the Met in 2016 as Desdemona in Verdi’s Otello, and recently made her La Scala Opera debut in the title role in Donizetti’s Anna Bolena.

The eclectic orchestral program will include Mozart’s