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Israeli Art and Culture Salon Series

Sunday, February 3 | 5:00-7:00PM | Location Given Upon Registration

Meeting Dates: January 6, February 3, March 3, April 7, May 5, June 2

In this six-part salon series, BJ members will get to meet some of the most promising Israeli artists working in New York today. These musicians, visual artists, singers, and actors will perform in an intimate, home setting, drawing on an overarching theme that will shed new light on Israeli arts and culture. The series is curated by BJ’s music director Dan Nadel, and facilitated by BJ’s shaliah Moshe Samuels.

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ASCAP award winning flutist and composer Hadar Noiberg is pushing the boundaries of what is means to be a gay, female musician and band leader in today’s ever-changing world. From classical, jazz, Brazilian choro, and Middle Eastern music, Hadar’s eclectic musical background and experience has led her to create her own style in which she fuses all of her influences seamlessly. She has been touring internationally with her exceptional trio since 2010, playing in the U.S., Canada, Brazil, Europe, Taiwan, and Israel. She is about to release her third album as a band leader. Open Fields derives from Hadar’s Israeli roots, mixed with her worldwide influences, to create her own innovative style and melodic instrumental pieces.
Hinda Weiss is a photographer and video artist based in Tel Aviv and New York. Her work has been exhibited in solo exhibitions, group exhibitions, and video screenings in venues such as the Israel Museum in Jerusalem and Palais de Tokyo in Paris. Weiss has received numerous awards and prizes, including the Outset Contemporary Art Fund Young International Artist Award (2015). Her work can be found in the collections of the Israel Museum, the Herzliya Museum, the Shpilman Institute for Photography, as well as in galleries and private collections.

Interested in hosting one of these fabulous salons? Please contact Moshe Samuels.