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WED | 02.03 | 20:00
17:30 - Doors Open

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Singing Peace Opening Concert - A Festival Exclusive

It’s been almost 45 years since the first “Israeli Woodstock” festival in Neviot Holiday Village. Back then, it was a three day festival. Three days of concerts and freedom, on the beautiful backdrop of the golden sands of Sinai.

30,000 people made their way through the scenery of the Sinai Peninsula to the Holiday Village.

Now, years later, the Singing Peace Festival will kick off with a musical journey that will begin with the first Pop Festival in Nuweiba and end with the third festival. It will tell the story of the period through music, performed every night on a breathtaking central stage shaped by thousands of years of nature, on the reddish sands of the main stage.

Participants (in alphabetical order): Ariel Zilber, Berry Sakharof, Carolina, David Broza, Dory Ben Ze’ev, Ester Rada, Guy Mezig, Hanan Yovel, Rona Keinan, Shlomi Shaban and Yoni Rechter.

Music Director: Peter Roth
Art Director: Rotem Ben Hemo
Art Consultant: Shlomi Shaban

THU | 03.03 | 20:00
17:30 - Doors Open

Singing Peace Concert

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A huge international peace concert, the first collaboration between the East and West Jerusalem Orchestra and the Symphonyat Orchestra from Morocco. 100 musicians will perform on stage with Berry Sakharof, Ehud Banai, Dudu Tassa, Yasmin Levy, Violet Salame, Sama Shoufani, Ziv Yehezkel, Linet, Narkis and Sanaa Marahati. 

Maestro Tom Cohen’s two “sibling” orchestras will participate in this concert - the East and West Jerusalem Orchestra and the Symphonyat Orchestra from Morocco, and together with the sparkling lineup of musicians from the diverse Israeli society, on the backdrop the dramatic scenery of "Timna Park" in the Israel-Egypt-Jordan border triangle - it is sure to be an unforgettable evening. 

Music Director, Adapter and Conductor: Tom Cohen 

FRI | 04.03 | 10:00

Saluting Peace

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The peace treaty ceremony between Israel and Jordan was held on October 26th, 1994, at the Arava Terminal, the new border passageway, north of Eilat. The guest of honor was Bill Clinton. Yitzhak Rabin and the Jordanian Prime Minister Al-Majali signed the treaty. King Hussein, Israel’s President Ezer Weizman, Shimon Peres and Clinton all shook hands.

27 years after the Israel-Jordan peace treaty was signed, we return to the Yitzhak Rabin Crossing on the Israel-Jordan border, in celebration of the peace treaty and all future peace endeavors We return to this place as part of the international Singing Peace Festival in Hevel Eilot Region, on the border between the two countries. The Event will also be dedicated to King Hussein bin Talal who died on February 7th 1999, and Yitzhak Rabin, who was murdered on November 4th 1995, at the very end of an assembly dedicated to peace between Israel and its neighboring countries. 

FRI | 04.03 | 17:30
15:00 - Doors Open

The Middle East
Sunset Concert

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With thirty years of music creation and collaboration, Ivri Lider and the Band will perform with Hadag Nahash for the very first time, in a huge closing concert in the main stage of the Singing Peace Festival.

An exclusive performance that will bring forth a musical middle-east that defies borders, sectors and language, in an extraordinary union of pop, electronic and hip hop music with Gaydaa, Sam Halabi, and more… The concert will include Ivri Lider and Hadag Nahash’s greatest hits, with Arabic texts and contemporary hip hop adaptations.

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