Netanya AACI

 

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..because we choose to live in Israel

Beit Oleh America Netanya   AACI   28  Shmuel  Hanatziv,   Netanya,  42281     

Tel: 09 833 0950      FAX: 09 862 9183  email:  info@netanyaaaci.org.il 

Musical Programs Shows
& Concerts
  

Please note cheaper pre-booked tickets or special early bird prices are only available with payment.

All ticket prices include a non-refundable reservation fee of NIS 20 per ticket.

Money for tickets not collected is non-refundable.

We offer transport to box office events as a service to our members. The charge for transport is at cost and is worked out according to the number of participants. Please be aware that when you request transport it is the same commitment as buying a ticket and we are unable to make changes.

 Please note cheaper pre-booked tickets or special early bird prices are only available with payment. 

..because we choose to live in Israel

Beit Oleh America Netanya AACI, 28  Shmuel  Hanatziv, Netanya, 4228132 

Tel: 09 833 0950     FAX: 09 862 9183     email:  info@netanyaaaci.org.il 

Chorus Line
8.30pm Tuesday 4 September
Cameri Theatre
War Mother
A one-man show with “puppets”
Presented by Author Adolphe Nysenholc.
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8.00pm Sunday 7 October
La Bayadère
8.30pm Thursday 22 November
Mann Auditorium, Tel Aviv
  Drama Performance
7.30pm Sunday 25 November
7.30pm Monday 26 November
Pzazzband
Featuring Renowned Jazz Singer Gilda Hami
8.00pm Saturday 22 December
Save the dates: All New Harvey Bordowitz Music Lecture Series 2019
7.30pm Sundays, 13 January, 3 & 17 February 3 & 17 March
Following the popular success of his six lecture series at Netanya AACI, conductor and music lecturer Harvey Bordowitz invites you to join him for the seventh season, to learn while enjoying the thrill of great music. For more than three decades Harvey Bordowitz has been esteemed as one of this country’s most innovative and creative conductors and music directors, and has guest-conducted orchestras throughout the world. For 40 plus years he has lectured in both Hebrew and English on a vast range of musical topics, with humor, erudition and a deep love of music