Tel Aviv Events & Highlights - March 2012
Richard Clayderman concert
(March 2nd, Gesher Theater)
The French pianist Richard Clayderman is returning to Israel this March and will be giving three concerts - in Jerusalem, Haifa and Tel Aviv. Clayderman, known for his hits “Ballade pour Adeline” and “Don’t cry for me Argentina”, will be accompanied by the Ra'anana Symphonette Orchestra
Purim is the Jewish equivalent to Halloween, so take the chance to dress up, party and, as the holiday motto says, “drink until you no longer know” where or who you are. Also, don’t miss the traditional parade (Adloyada) taking place in Holon, one of Tel Aviv’s city neighbors
(March 13th,Barby Club)
The Tune-Yards, the music project of Merrill Garbus, will be performing in Tel Aviv this month, with a band of four players. Garbus is known for creating drum loops on the fly in her live performances and will showcase tracks from her two studio albums. The Tune-Yards musical style combines rock, folk, experimental and other genres.
Days of Flamenco - a Flamenco Festival
(March 15th-17th, Suzanne Dellal Center)
Every year the Suzanne Dellal Center hosts Dias De Flamenco, a flamenco festival organized by the ADI foundation. During the three day festival you will be able to enjoy various flamenco events from Israeli and international flamenco groups.
Tel Aviv Gillette Marathon
The Tel Aviv Gillette marathon is an annual event with varying distances that allows long-distance runners as well as beginners to participate. This year 25,000 people are expected to take part in the different courses offered: marathon, half marathon, 10km Urban Run, 4.2km 10% race, inline skating half marathon and 30km handcycle race for people with special needs.