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Museum entrance 2015
1/30/2015 To 12/31/2015
Big Bambú will be closed on rainy days or when the installation is wet. Tickets to Big Bambú purchased in advance will be refunded; tickets to the Museum are valid for two years from the date of purchase. User GuidelinesEntrance to the installation requires an additional fee:IS 10 for an adultIS 5 for a child or senior citizenMembers enter free of charge.Space is limited for each time slot; entrance will be permitted only for the time slot marked on your ticket.Please respect the following guidelines:Entrance to the installation is prohibited for children under age 6. Children aged 6–13 must be accompanied by an adult, with a limit of 2 children per adult.Entrance is prohibited to pregnant woman, and people who suffer from dizziness, epilepsy, or acrophobia; entrance after the consumption of alcohol is prohibited.Entrance in high-heeled shoes or flip-flops is prohibited. Climbing and walking around the instillation is permitted only along the designated paths and while holding the hand-rail. Consumption of non-alcoholic drinks, in plastic bottles of up to half a liter, is allowed only on the balconies within the installation.All visitors must follow the instructions given by the guards; anyone failing to do so will not be permitted to climb the installation.Visitors in wheel chairs may view the installation at the specifically designated section.Smoking anywhere in or around the installation is prohibited.Visitors to the installation are required to be cautious and comply with the safety guidelines. Entrance to the installation area is the sole responsibility of the visitor.  
Big Bambú
Big Bambú will be closed on rainy days or when the installation is wet. Tickets to Big Bambú purchased in advance will be refunded; tickets to the Museum are valid for two years from the date of purchase.

User Guidelines

Entrance to the installation requires an additional fee:

IS 10 for an adult

IS 5 for a child or senior citizen

Members enter free of charge.

Space is limited for each time slot; entrance will be permitted only for the time slot marked on your ticket.

Please respect the following guidelines:

  • Entrance to the installation is prohibited for children under age 6. Children aged 6–13 must be accompanied by an adult, with a limit of 2 children per adult.
  • Entrance is prohibited to pregnant woman, and people who suffer from dizziness, epilepsy, or acrophobia; entrance after the consumption of alcohol is prohibited.
  • Entrance in high-heeled shoes or flip-flops is prohibited.
  • Climbing and walking around the instillation is permitted only along the designated paths and while holding the hand-rail.
  • Consumption of non-alcoholic drinks, in plastic bottles of up to half a liter, is allowed only on the balconies within the installation.
  • All visitors must follow the instructions given by the guards; anyone failing to do so will not be permitted to climb the installation.
  • Visitors in wheel chairs may view the installation at the specifically designated section.
  • Smoking anywhere in or around the installation is prohibited.
  • Visitors to the installation are required to be cautious and comply with the safety guidelines. Entrance to the installation area is the sole responsibility of the visitor.

 

 

1/31/2015 To 2/14/2015
Feb 3, 2015Noa Zuk - Doom-doom LandDoom-doom Land is a pas-de-deux that examines the relationship between movement and sound, creatinga new world of gestures, customs and language. The dance work had its debut performance in the context of international dance week and was produced as a full-length dance in December, 2013.Hillel Kogan - We Love ArabsWe Love Arabs is a duet lasting 35 minutes. in this work the Jewish dancer explains to the Arab dancer the secrets of dance, wisdom, hummus and physical friction. Hillel Kogan presents a dance work showing an Israeli choreographer who wants to stage a work carrying a message of coexistence between Jews and Arabs. This satirical piece examines whether art has the ability to engage in societal questions.  “This is, no doubt, the most creative, courageous political dance that was created here in recent years….” Tzvi Goren, directorHillel Kogan studied in the Bat-Dor dance studio and in the Merce Cunningham dance company in New York. He danced with the Batsheva Dance Ensemble, with the Nomad Dance Academy in Switzerland, and with the Gulbenkian Ballet of ortugal.  since 2005, Kogan works with the Batsheva Dance Company and leading dancers in Israel, as a dancer, dramaturg, and choreographer.  Alongside the many grants and prizes Kogan has earned in Israel and abroad, he was recognized as the outstanding creator of 2013 by the Israeli Dance Critics Circle, and the most promising creator of 2014 by the European monthly “Tanz.”
Doom Doom Land / We Love Arabs
Feb 3, 2015

Noa Zuk - Doom-doom Land
Doom-doom Land is a pas-de-deux that examines the relationship between movement and sound, creatinga new world of gestures, customs and language. The dance work had its debut performance in the context of international dance week and was produced as a full-length dance in December, 2013.

Hillel Kogan - We Love Arabs
We Love Arabs is a duet lasting 35 minutes. in this work the Jewish dancer explains to the Arab dancer the secrets of dance, wisdom, hummus and physical friction. Hillel Kogan presents a dance work showing an Israeli choreographer who wants to stage a work carrying a message of coexistence between Jews and Arabs. This satirical piece examines whether art has the ability to engage in societal questions.
 “This is, no doubt, the most creative, courageous political dance that was created here in recent years….” Tzvi Goren, director
Hillel Kogan studied in the Bat-Dor dance studio and in the Merce Cunningham dance company in New York. He danced with the Batsheva Dance Ensemble, with the Nomad Dance Academy in Switzerland, and with the Gulbenkian Ballet of ortugal.  since 2005, Kogan works with the Batsheva Dance Company and leading dancers in Israel, as a dancer, dramaturg, and choreographer.  Alongside the many grants and prizes Kogan has earned in Israel and abroad, he was recognized as the outstanding creator of 2013 by the Israeli Dance Critics Circle, and the most promising creator of 2014 by the European monthly “Tanz.”

2/3/2015 9:00 PM
Yasmeen GodderFeb 10, 2015Yasmeen Godderreturns to physical and emotional material taken from her personal archive ofcreations over the last 15 years. Through them she re-examines her portrait asa performing artist.  She intends toreveal, to play, and to display the body's desire to lose strength, to loseshape, to give up on ambitions, and to expose weakness. Godder joins thepianist Matan Daskal and the viola player Moshe Aharonov on stage, who playworks by contemporary composers as part of the unique soundtrack of the dance.The musicians’ presence on stage changes constantly, and Godder exposes layersof broken identity. It is unclear whether the musicians are working with her oragainst her.  Despite the very personalcreation, she expresses the larger picture of the national-societal need toovercome weakness, and emphasizes the return to existential fear to prevent it.
Lie Like a Lion - Yasmeen Godder

Yasmeen Godder

Feb 10, 2015

Yasmeen Godderreturns to physical and emotional material taken from her personal archive ofcreations over the last 15 years. Through them she re-examines her portrait asa performing artist.  She intends toreveal, to play, and to display the body's desire to lose strength, to loseshape, to give up on ambitions, and to expose weakness.

 

Godder joins thepianist Matan Daskal and the viola player Moshe Aharonov on stage, who playworks by contemporary composers as part of the unique soundtrack of the dance.The musicians’ presence on stage changes constantly, and Godder exposes layersof broken identity. It is unclear whether the musicians are working with her oragainst her.  Despite the very personalcreation, she expresses the larger picture of the national-societal need toovercome weakness, and emphasizes the return to existential fear to prevent it.

2/10/2015 9:00 PM
Dafi AltabebFeb 7, 2015 “I, in matters ofsensitivity to heat I don’t have any. I can hold ascorching hot cup in my bare hands and it would feel pleasant.I shower in asteaming hot water, any less and it would feel lukewarm. Everything about mehas always and ever been about feelings, extreme feelings.” Dafi Altabeb The workSensitivity to Heat deals with the basic need for human contact. The creator seeksto give personal expression to the dancers, while creating a meeting point fora range of types of touch: weak, strong, superficial, temporary, permanent,single gender or bisexual, loving or indifferent.  The work meanders from humor to sadness, fromsolo to duet, trio, and quartet. The ‘fourth wall’ separating the public fromthe dancers is broken and the dancers turn to the audience with question andsometimes offer a strong hand or close hug.  The world premierwas performed at the archaeological site of the ancient Roman amphitheater inNaples by invitation of the "Napoli Theatro Festival" in 2012 and inconjunction with internationally covered events in 2011. Dafi Altabeb hasbeen creating dance works since 2005. Her works are regularly performed onprofessional stages in Israel and the world. Altabeb is the artistic directorand choreographer of the Dafi Dance Group together with Nini Moshe, her artistic partnerand life partner. She has won the Israeli Ministry of Culture Excellence Awardfor young choreographers for 2012 and 2013 and the Rosenblum Award forExcellence from the Municipality of Tel-Aviv for 2014.
Sensitivity to Heat - Dafi Altabab

Dafi Altabeb

Feb 7, 2015

 

“I, in matters ofsensitivity to heat I don’t have any.

I can hold ascorching hot cup in my bare hands and it would feel pleasant.

I shower in asteaming hot water, any less and it would feel lukewarm. Everything about mehas always and ever been about feelings, extreme feelings.” Dafi Altabeb

 

The workSensitivity to Heat deals with the basic need for human contact. The creator seeksto give personal expression to the dancers, while creating a meeting point fora range of types of touch: weak, strong, superficial, temporary, permanent,single gender or bisexual, loving or indifferent.  The work meanders from humor to sadness, fromsolo to duet, trio, and quartet. The ‘fourth wall’ separating the public fromthe dancers is broken and the dancers turn to the audience with question andsometimes offer a strong hand or close hug.

 

The world premierwas performed at the archaeological site of the ancient Roman amphitheater inNaples by invitation of the "Napoli Theatro Festival" in 2012 and inconjunction with internationally covered events in 2011.

 

Dafi Altabeb hasbeen creating dance works since 2005. Her works are regularly performed onprofessional stages in Israel and the world. Altabeb is the artistic directorand choreographer of the Dafi Dance Group together with Nini Moshe, her artistic partnerand life partner. She has won the Israeli Ministry of Culture Excellence Awardfor young choreographers for 2012 and 2013 and the Rosenblum Award forExcellence from the Municipality of Tel-Aviv for 2014.

2/17/2015 9:00 PM
עד אשר נמצא מקום: על המעגל באמנות המחול בישראלבמסגרת התערוכה יועלו במוזיאון מופעי מחול של יוצרים
Paintings in an Exhibition - Renana Raz

עד אשר נמצא מקום: על המעגל באמנות המחול בישראל

במסגרת התערוכה יועלו במוזיאון מופעי מחול של יוצרים
2/24/2015 9:00 PM
The Nature of Things –the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra Works by A. Forqueray and F. CouperinNima ben David – Viola da GambaBari Moskovitch – theorboDavid Shemer – harpsichord105 IS includes Museum entrance ticket, chamber music concert and lectureMembers, students and soldiers 90 ISPurchase 4 ticket series for 360 IS
An Ode to the Viola da Gamba
The Nature of Things –the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra
Works by A. Forqueray and F. Couperin
Nima ben David – Viola da Gamba
Bari Moskovitch – theorbo
David Shemer – harpsichord

105 IS includes Museum entrance ticket, chamber music concert and lecture
Members, students and soldiers 90 IS
Purchase 4 ticket series for 360 IS
2/27/2015 11:00 AM
The Nature of Things –The Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra Works by Monteverdi, L. Rossi, S. Rossi, Purcell, and moreEinat Aronstein and Tal Ganor – sopranoDavid Shemer – harpsichord105 IS includes Museum entrance ticket, chamber music concert and lectureMembers, students and soldiers 90 ISPurchase 4 ticket series for 360 IS
Oh, Fire of the Soul – Love Songs

The Nature of Things –The Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra
Works by Monteverdi, L. Rossi, S. Rossi, Purcell, and more
Einat Aronstein and Tal Ganor – soprano
David Shemer – harpsichord

105 IS includes Museum entrance ticket, chamber music concert and lecture
Members, students and soldiers 90 IS
Purchase 4 ticket series for 360 IS
3/20/2015 11:00 AM
Musical Fridays at the Museum The Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra in a concert series - The Nature of Things: Early Music in the Mirror of its Era. The best of Baroque repertoire is performed by the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra together with Israeli and international guests. The concerts will be accompanied by lectures in Hebrew (before the concert) and English (after the concert) shedding light on the historical and cultural context.105 IS includes museum entrance ticket, chamber music concert and lecturemembers, students and soldiers 90 ISpurchase 4 ticket series for 360 IS                 Works by Chambonnier, L.Couperin, Royer and contemporary                 Estonian composers ReinRannap and Tönu Körvits                 Imbi Tarum (Estonia) –harpsichord                 Lecture: David Cassuto, architect
For Now and Always
Musical Fridays at the Museum
 
The Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra in a concert series - The Nature of Things: Early Music in the Mirror of its Era. The best of Baroque repertoire is performed by the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra together with Israeli and international guests.
The concerts will be accompanied by lectures in Hebrew (before the concert) and English (after the concert) shedding light on the historical and cultural context.

105 IS includes museum entrance ticket, chamber music concert and lecture
members, students and soldiers 90 IS
purchase 4 ticket series for 360 IS

                 Works by Chambonnier, L.Couperin, Royer and contemporary

                 Estonian composers ReinRannap and Tönu Körvits

                 Imbi Tarum (Estonia) –harpsichord

                 Lecture: David Cassuto, architect

4/17/2015 11:00 AM
Musical Fridays at the Museum The Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra in a concert series - The Nature of Things: Early Music in the Mirror of its Era.  The best of Baroque repertoire is performed by the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra together with Israeli and international guests. The concerts will be accompanied by lectures in Hebrew (before the concert) and English (after the concert) shedding light on the historical and cultural context.105 IS includes museum entrance ticket, chamber music concert and lectureMembers, students and soldiers 90 ISPurchase 4 ticket series for 360 ISThe finest of instrumental music by composers of the period,  in what might have been a soirée musicale hosted at the Bach home.Works by C.P.E.Bach, J.S.Bach, Telemann and HändelNoam Schuss, Hadas Fabricant – violinOrit Messer-Jacoby – cello, Aviad Stier – harpsichordLecture: Prof. Eliyahu Schleifer 
Fantasia in Bach’s Living Room
Musical Fridays at the Museum
 
The Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra in a concert series - The Nature of Things: Early Music in the Mirror of its Era.  The best of Baroque repertoire is performed by the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra together with Israeli and international guests.
The concerts will be accompanied by lectures in Hebrew (before the concert) and English (after the concert) shedding light on the historical and cultural context.

105 IS includes museum entrance ticket, chamber music concert and lecture
Members, students and soldiers 90 IS
Purchase 4 ticket series for 360 IS

The finest of instrumental music by composers of the period,  in what might have been a soirée musicale hosted at the Bach home.
Works by C.P.E.Bach, J.S.Bach, Telemann and Händel
Noam Schuss, Hadas Fabricant – violin
Orit Messer-Jacoby – cello, Aviad Stier – harpsichord
Lecture: Prof. Eliyahu Schleifer

 

5/15/2015 11:00 AM
Musical Fridays at the museum The Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra in a concert series - The Nature of Things: Early Music in the Mirror of its Era.The best of Baroque repertoire is performed by the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra together with Israeli and international guests. The concerts will be accompanied by lectures in Hebrew (before the concert) and English (after the concert) shedding light on the historical and cultural context.105 IS includes museum entrance ticket, chamber music concert and lectureMembers, students and soldiers 90 ISPurchase 4 ticket series for 360 ISWorks by H. Purcell, D.Purcell and J. BlowAvital Dery – mezzo-soprano, Alon Harari –countertenorDrora Bruck and GilWalach – recorders, David Shemer – harpsichordLecture: To be announced
The British Orpheus
Musical Fridays at the museum
 
The Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra in a concert series - The Nature of Things: Early Music in the Mirror of its Era.
The best of Baroque repertoire is performed by the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra together with Israeli and international guests.
The concerts will be accompanied by lectures in Hebrew (before the concert) and English (after the concert) shedding light on the historical and cultural context.

105 IS includes museum entrance ticket, chamber music concert and lecture
Members, students and soldiers 90 IS
Purchase 4 ticket series for 360 IS

Works by H. Purcell, D.Purcell and J. Blow
Avital Dery – mezzo-soprano, Alon Harari –countertenor
Drora Bruck and GilWalach – recorders, David Shemer – harpsichord
Lecture: To be announced

6/26/2015 11:00 AM
Musical Fridays at the Museum The Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra in a concert series - The Nature of Things: Early Music in the Mirror of Its Era The Best of Baroque repertoire is performed by the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra together with Israeli and International guests. The concerts will be accompanied by lectures in Hebrew (before the concert) and English (after the concert) shedding light on the historical and cultural context.105 IS includes Museum entrance ticket, chamber music concert and lectureMembers, students and soldiers 90 ISPurchase 4 ticket series for 360 ISThe Thalamus Quartet: Shelley Berlinsky – soprano, Naama Nazerathy- Gordon – alto, Oded Shomrony – baritone, Jake Halperin – bassLecture:To be announced           
“Caution , Madrigal!” – A cappella music for the whole familyMadrigals

Musical Fridays at the Museum
 
The Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra in a concert series - The Nature of Things: Early Music in the Mirror of Its Era
The Best of Baroque repertoire is performed by the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra together with Israeli and International guests.
The concerts will be accompanied by lectures in Hebrew (before the concert) and English (after the concert) shedding light on the historical and cultural context.

105 IS includes Museum entrance ticket, chamber music concert and lecture
Members, students and soldiers 90 IS
Purchase 4 ticket series for 360 IS

The Thalamus Quartet: Shelley Berlinsky – soprano,
Naama Nazerathy- Gordon – alto,
Oded Shomrony – baritone, Jake Halperin – bass
Lecture:To be announced

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7/31/2015 11:00 AM