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    Captivated by your Charm
    The Israeli Opera Soloists
    This mesmerizing song by Ehud Manor and Nurit Hirsh reaches the opera stage with aplomb!
    Love is a Song for Two
    Goni Knaani
    A great love song is good all year long and not just on Valentine's Day.
    Those were the Nights
    The Israeli Opera Soloists
    Those were the Nights is one of the canonic Israeli love songs written decades ago by Orland ad Zeira and capturing the heart and essence of the great loves of the new born nation.
    City Night
    The Israeli Opera Soloists
    The words of Natan Alterman about sad women during sunset in the city could have been written for Tel Aviv in pandemic times.
    You Have to Ring Twice
    Tal Ganor
    Once upon a time, when Tel Aviv was smaller, two families used to share one apartment.
    The Eucalyptus Grove
    The Israel Opera Sloists
    Naomi Shemer gave this canonic Israeli song to the first grade children of Cineret as a very special personal gift.
    My Home and Native Land
    The Israeli Opera Soloists
    This is a song that scores of musicians have performed through the ages. So how can we at the Opera do it in a new way?
    Water to King David
    The Israel Opera Sloists
    Once we heard that King david was thirsty the right thing was to ask Anat, Daniela, Goni and Tal to get some water and help him quench his thrist!
    There is a Place
    Daniela Skorka
    "There is a Place" is one of the most penetrating beauties from the repertoire of Israeli musical theatre shows.
    Dear Son Ephraim
    Goni Knaani
    Dear Son Ephraim is one of the canonic Israeli prayers and also turned into one of the icanonic Israeli songs of all times.
    In The Country I Love
    The Israel Opera Sloists
    Lea Goldberg's is one of the iconic songs of our culture and history, capturing the essence of who we are and where we live.
    Hamoriko (The  Singing Donkey)
    Tal Ganor
    When Alterman and Argov created this wonderful delight about a bass-baritone donkey we could not resist.

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