Tel Aviv Events & Highlights - March 2011

Tel Aviv Highlights – March 2011

Tel Aviv Highlights – March 2011


Gogol Bordello
Straight from New York's Lower East Side, The Gypsy Punk Band is back in Israel for two concerts! This 10-member group is internationally famous for incorporating violin and accordion together with dub music into their gypsy style music (February 28th, March 1st, Barby club).

The King & I and Thelonious Monk
Ted Rosenthal, one of the most important pianists, composers and musical arrangers in the world will present his interpretations to songs from the musical The King and I and to different works by Thelonious Monk (March 11th, Tel Aviv Performing Arts Center).

St. Patrick's Day March 17th
For those of you who have affinity to the Irish heritage, or simply if you're not the one to miss an occasion to drink some Irish stout, you can be sure to find a festive atmosphere all around bars in Tel Aviv, not to mention the Irish ones among them.

Purim
March is also the month of the most Festive of Jewish holidays: Purim. The Jewish equivalent to Halloween, Purim prides itself with the motto "drink until complete and utter drunkenness" (a loose translation from Aramaic) cannot possibly go bad, now can it? So choose a crazy costume and go out to the various parties (and street party in Florentin while you're at it) and enjoy your night on the town – make it two, actually (March 20th-21st).

Days of Flamenco – a Flamenco Festival
The annual Flamenco festival is returning. Alongside performances from both Israeli and international flamenco groups, there will also be a competition for solo dancers (March 24th-26th, the Suzanne Dellal Center).

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