The festival’s bill includes Jewish, Moslem and Christian traditional music, Arabic and Hebrew theater productions, oriental dance performances, as well as street theater and art exhibits.
The much acclaimed singer will debut a new concert series at the festival. The in-demand Elmalich has said that his main dream is to introduce the beauty of the piutim (Jewish liturgical poetry) to as many music lovers as possible all over the world.
Also on the bill at this year’s event is the Shirana Choir, a mixed women’s choir with a rich repertoire of songs in various languages. The 20 members – Jewish, Christian and Moslem – sing about peace, hope and fate.
This is the ninth year the Israel Culture of Peace Festival is taking place.