Round Tables 1-21/11 An international culinary project called “Round Tables” is coming to Tel Aviv. World renowned chefs from around the world will be bringing their talents to Tel Aviv and opening “pop up” eateries in the city for one week. Eight teams will step into the kitchens of eight Tel Aviv restaurants and make new, unique meals based on the restaurant’s current dishes, in collaboration with the culinary cultures of the guest chefs. Hosting restaurants in Tel Aviv include Yafo Tel Aviv, Pastel, Lumina, Herbert Samuel Tel Aviv, and The Blue Rooster. Meals will cost 269 NIS for a tasting meal, a glass of wine, and dessert. For more details: www.roundtablestour.com Tiny Fingers 3/11 Oren Ben-David, Boaz Bentur, Tal Cohen, Nimrod Bar, Daniella Cecilia were childhood friends who grew up to form this unique ensemble. They burst onto the music scene in 2011 with their “Massive Fingers Spacetrip” and became known for their intensive sound which blends post-rock, dubstep, electronics, psychedelic and groove. Barby club Smokie – 11/11 Legendary British rock-pop band Smokie, has continued to charm audiences for decades and will be performing in Israel as part of their latest world tour. The audience will be able to see the original band members playing hits like I’ll Meet You at Midnight and Living Next Door to Alice. Heichal Hatarbut Tel Aviv Tune in Tel Aviv 11-15/11 More of a conference than a festival, the 5-day Tune in Tel Aviv will feature concerts and talks in bars and venues across Tel Aviv. Most of Israel’s top up-and-coming bands perform, 2015 will feature Balkan Beat Box, Full Trunk, The Lucille Crew, Ouzo Bazooka, Red Axes, Red Band, Uzi Ramires and lots more! The conference includes talks by some of the music industry’s most important players. All over Tel Aviv 20th Anniversary of the Ilana Goor Museum 11/11 Exhibition of works by young and veteran artists. A rich collection of art forms, including sculpture, design, archeology, Israeli and international visual art. Some of the works have been made especially for this exhibition, inspired by the building, its geopolitical location and its eclectic collection of artworks. Ilana Goor Museum Transforms Fashion Series – 12-14, 19-21/11 Transforms, a series of weekend events exploring the relationship among fashion, design and art is coming to Tel Aviv, Israel, in October 2015. For five consecutive weekends, the Jaffa Port Gallery will be hosting fashion, textile and jewelry exhibitions. Each weekend, 10 different designers will display their creations and the items will be available for sale. The final weekend will include a summary of the exhibits from the Transforms series. Jaffa port gallery Purity Ring – 18 /11 An Israeli audience will be treated to quality music by the Canadian duo Megan James and Corin Roddick. Purity Ring’s music is characterized by contemporary electronic-pop. James’ haunting vocals are accompanied by Roddick providing music and a sound and light spectacle. Barby Club Tel Aviv Ibeyi – 25 /11 Ibeyi is a French-Cuban sister duo, they sing in English and Yoruba, a traditional Nigerian language. Their music is a sophisticated blend of their multi-cultural roots. Their magical vocal harmonies are accompanied by the traditional Cuban percussion instrument the cajon. Barby Club Tel Aviv Jazz Festival 25-27/11 The Tel Aviv Jazz Festival is an annual event, a highlight of the Tel Aviv events calendar, the Jazz Festival has a reputation as a magnet attracting jazz’s big names from across the world, who perform alongside home-grown talent, and the special performances which are produced especially for the festival. Cinematheque Tel Aviv Israel Flow Festival 27/11 The Flow arts include dancing, juggling, fire-spinning and object manipulation. The festival will feature various workshops related to these skills led by experienced instructors. Bascula
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