This Monday, for the first time, the original Irish dance troupe Riverdance comes to Israel for eight performances across the country, including a Jerusalem stop at Binyanei Hauma. Fifty dancers, singers and musicians (along with five tons of equipment) present the classic Irish tap dance, a tradition from the culture of Celtic tribes.
On Tuesday- As part of its “Notes for Jerusalem” concert series, the Tower of David Museum hosts its annual cantorial concert. This year’s performance is a tribute to Cantor Moshe Gentshof and is led by musical director and accompanying pianist Raymond Goldstein.
And Wednesday, Wake up extra early to see Christian Marclay’s The Clock, an astonishing 24-hour video pastiche exploration of the significance of measured time, in its entirety, for free no less.
Hope there is enough intell as too what could be done this week,
Have a great week!