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A new production of Verdi's "Jewish" opera performed at the open air Yarkon Park in Tel Aviv. Nebuchadnezzar, the Babylonian King and his armies storm the temple in Jerusalem, set it on fire and exile the Israelites to Babylon where the choir sings Verdi's mesmerizing slave chorus.
The story of the young Japanese geisha who experiences an emotional roller coaster ride from which there is no way back. A story of love and passion that ends with the heart breaking suicide of the heroine. Performed at the open air Yarkon Park in Tel Aviv.
Meitar Opera Studio
The yearend concert of the Meitar Opera Studio – the Israeli Opera's young artists program. Meitar Opera Studio Music director David Sebba accompanies from the piano Tom Ben Ishai, Shira Cohen, Tom Cohen, Sivan Keren, Tamara Navot, Karina Radzion and Rona Shrira in a program of opera arias and ensembles.