In Israel Now

Dido and Aeneas at the Israeli Opera June 1-11

The Israeli Opera is producing a new production of the baroque opera “Dido and Aeneas” by the greatest English baroque composer, Henry Purcell. For the first time, the Israeli Opera will be accompanied by the Barrocade Ensemble, the Israeli Baroque Orchestra, which specializes in performing music from this period and conducted by Eitan Schmeiser. The Opera…

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New Exhibition: Gods, Heroes and Mortals in Ancient Greece

The new exhibition will include a display of ceramic artifacts which are decorated with scenes from Greek Mythology. The scenes depicted on the artifacts open a window to Greek Mythology, to its heroes and Gods, and to everyday life in Ancient Greece. The exhibition takes us back to Ancient Greece with its rich culture, infused…

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A Discovery near Temple Mount

Exhibition Features Largest Gold Medallion with Jewish Motifs Ever To Be Found Jerusalem  A rare cache of Byzantine-era antiquities including the largest gold medallion with Judaic symbols known in existence, are on public display for the first time in a focused exhibition at The Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Among the archaeological finds on view—all of which were…

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