The Revolutionary Orchestra will accompany this live screening of The Gold Rush – a wonderful 1925 classical American silent comedy film written, produced, and directed by Charlie Chaplin.

From Bach to Bowie showcases two exhilarating dance pieces inspired by musical masters. Bach 25, set to the music of Johann Sebastian and Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, is an exploration of love and alliances, perfectly merging contemporary dance with ballet technique

 An orchestra in motion by Roi Oppenheim and Zohar Sharon.

An original work for an orchestra that has its starting point in Chopin’s classical music and the point of departure in the rock music of “Radiohead”.

Gil Shochat returns with a well known and loved piano concert, now hosting Arkady Duchin, a composer and vocalist. Together with the virtuoso pianists, Gronich, Lugsi, Petashka and the one and only Shalva Group.

The renowned Chinese choreographer whose works have captivated audiences in Israel and all over the world returns with her ravishing interpretation of The Rite of Spring showcasing the cycle of life from birth through death to rebirth and violent reality.

Dance Me is an exclusive creation inspired by the rich and profound work of Montreal-based poet, artist and songwriter, Leonard Cohen.