Greek audiences will have the opportunity to learn about Israeli theatre, literature and music through events scheduled for May 22-25, the Israeli Embassy said, according to ANA.
Three internationally renowned Israeli personalities have been invited to Greece: multidisciplinary artist Jason Danino Holt, author Dror Mishani and jazz musician Stav.
According to the schedule, Jason Danino Holt will present the five-hour participatory theater performance “Not Letting It In” at 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 22, at Bios Romantso. It will include a group from Tel Aviv and Athens exchanging personal confessions around a table.
On Monday at 8:30 p.m., detective novel writer Dror Mishani will present his story “Three”, his first book to be translated into Greek, and will speak with journalist and author Nikos Kourmoulis. They will be presented by detective novelist Petros Markaris. There will be a live translation into Greek. Dror Mishani, an author translated into more than 15 languages whose works have also won awards from Israel, Sweden, France and Germany, will speak at Public in Syntagma Square. The event is free.
Stav will participate in the “21st Athens” at Technopolis (Gazi district of Athens), dedicated this year to female jazz musicians (10:00 p.m. on May 25). Pianist and composer, Stav Achai began her musical career with a classical education and extended to jazz, rock and pop. His music incorporates elements of minimalism, African music, rock and jazz. Admission is free for the public.
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