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BEIT AVI CHAI To reserve tickets for BEIT AVI CHAI events: please call our box office: 02-621 5900 > Discount for Jerusalem-card holders. Details at the box office. > Discounted tickets available through our website. > Free parking for ticket purchasers. > Tickets held up to 20 minutes before the start of each program. > Free entrance for soldiers, subject to availability, upon showing military identification. > For free events: up to two tickets per person, subject to availability, may be reserved in advance. Reservations can be made three business days before each event by calling the BEIT AVI CHAI box office. Tickets not collected in time will be returned to the box office. > Programs are subject to changes, so kindly confirm via the BEIT AVI CHAI website. > Unless otherwise noted, all events take place in Hebrew. > Special programs organized for visiting groups and tourists. Where the Worlds of Jewish / Israeli Culture and Ideas Meet Beit Avi Chai Wh re the Worlds of Jewish / Isra li lt I t BEIT AVI CHAI July – August 2019 ////////////////// Sivan – Av 5779 In celebration of the internationally renowned pianists 90th birthday, an evening with performances hailing from his native Algeria, France and Israel With Maurice El Mediouni , Neta Elkayam , Elad Levi , Gilad Vaknin , Amit Hai Cohen , Hagai BIlitzky , Hillel Amsalem and special guests: Yasmin Levy & Amir Benayoun Thursday | July 4 | 9 PM Admission: 60 NIS | Students: 30 NIS Wed. July 3 8 PM Photo:Ktuba fromAfghanistan, courtesy of the National Library Archives Kicking off the Month Jewish Communities of theWorld Tammuz: Afghanistan With author Benzion Yehoshua-Raz on the history of Jews in Afghanistan and art scholar Ziva Kurt on archival material from her father’s home Moderated by Yaniv Pohorylis , musical interlude with Sharim Bagina Free admission, subject to availability Shabbat for the Entire Family Celebrate Shabbat with us for a fun-filled event for the entire family. Shabbat-themed songs, stories and special performances! Free Admission; advance ticket reservations required | For Children Ages 3 and Up Vocal Shabbat SHABBA July 27 4 PM Thu. Jan. 24 8:00 PM Photo: Dan Shenkar, Moshik Brin,Tal Shachar The Klezmer Connection Klezmer Melodies and Israeli Classics The Israeli Klezmer Orchestra in an original encounter with Israeli music Gershon Leizerson and his band, singer and artist Hanan Yovel , and special guest Maya Avraham Admission: 50 NIS | Students: 30 NIS Eyes in the Back of Your Head An evening to mark the publication of Eyes in the Back of Your Head: Six Views on Education by Moshe (Kinley) Tur-Paz With Moshe (Kinley) Tur-Paz , Tamar Arazi, Alex Roitman , Michael Gottlieb , Rabbi Jeremy Stavisky and Aliza Bloch Admission: 20 NIS | Free entry for teachers and students Shadow Strike The Jerusalem Post’s Editor-in-Chief Yaakov Katz joins former PM Ehud Olmert to discuss Katz’s new book, “Shadow Strike – Inside Israel’s Secret Mission to Eliminate Syrian Nuclear Power” Moderated by Ha’aretz journalist Anshel Pfeffer . Admission: 20 NIS | The event takes place in English Tue. July 9 8 PM Thu. July 18 8 PM Photo: Zavit Aheret, courtesy of the Jerusalem Municipality Photo: Mark Israel Salem Lunar Legends: The Cricket and the Ant A play for the month of Tammuz A new adaptation of the well-known fable of the Cricket and the Ant Wednesday | July 10 | 5 PM Thursday | July 11 | 5 PM Wednesday | July 17 | 5 PM Thursday | July 18 | 5 PM For ages 4-8 Admission: 30 NIS per child accompanying adult: 10 NIS Wed. July 10 5 PM Photo: Maoz Vaystooch Shabbat on the Rooftop A Musical Performance for the Entire Family Script and Direction: Hanoch Re'im Musical Director: Yair Seri Friday | July 12 | 11 AM For families with children ages 5 and up Admission: 30 NIS per child | Accompanying adult: 10 NIS Fri. July 12 11 AM Illustration: Lena Goverman Maurice El Medioni Celebrates 90! Photo: Asaf Kliger Mon. July 8 9 PM The Shalva Band Included: Sign-language tutorials for children, who will join the Shalva Band in using sign-language during their show! 4:30 PM: Sing-language tutorials (Divided by age groups) 5:30 PM: Shalva Band Performance Admission: 30 NIS The inspirational Shalva Band opens Beit Avi Chai’s summer program for children! Wednesday | July 3 Performance for the entire family BeitAviChaiShabbat ProgramsandEvents RespectShabbatLaws (ShomerShabbat)and areopentoall! Three days filled with presentations, lectures, discussions and original performances all of which shed light on Prophets and Prophecy July 24 – 26, 2019 · Each evening at 6PM: Study Groups and Discussions Wednesday · July 24 · 8:30 PM The Songs of Slaves The Acollective host Karolina A musical journey from slavery to freedom, mov- ing through the cultures, nations, and people who drew inspiration from the story of the exodus from Egypt with the Acollective Music Ensemble, Karolina; Eyal Talmud i, Assaf Talmudi · Admission: 60 NIS | Students: 40 NIS Thursday · July 25 · 8:30 PM Hearken Unto Me TED-Style Prophecy Artists and scholars take to the stage to present their thoughts on the future of Israel and the world · Admission: 60 NIS | Students: 40 NIS Friday · July 26 · 11:15 AM Reading Prophets An experiential workshop with techniques for guided reading, contemplation and tools from the worlds of movement, drama, and theater. Guided by Guy Biran · Admission: 20 NIS Wednesday · July 24 · 10 PM Prophetesses Head to Head Prophecy, monologues, and poems with Rachel Keshet and Tzvia Margaliot Original music written and performed by Oriyan Shukrun · Admission: 20 NIS Thursday · July 25 · 10 PM Friday · July 26 · 1 PM A Journey to the Song of Songs Kabbalat Shabbat inspired by the words and music of the Song of Songs With Diwan Project , Rabbi David Menachem , and Mark Eliyahu · Admission: 60 NIS | Students: 40 NIS Photo: Lior Nordman