VJ Mejadra Eyes takes over the walls of Talpiot’s concrete jungle.
After preforming in the world’s biggest festivals, DJ, performer and phenomenon Alek Lee is here to take us on a unique journey into his psyche.
The singer-songwriters will share a tale in three songs: an original, a cover of a beloved classic, and one of their very first songs ever written.
A wordsmith who draws inspiration from the worlds of spoken word, poetry and music, merging them into a unique Hebrew synthesis.
Her unique and multi-layered voice invites listeners on a hip-hop-infused adventure through deserts, Favelas and virgin beaches.
Iftach vulnerably and openly leads the audience into a psychic trip of longing and memory from within the depths of his heart. within the depths of his heart.
In his debut album “Machsan”, Dondo (AKA Daniel Gamlieli) writes and sings about life itself. Enter the garage and look deep into his soul.
Through her simple and honest words, Adi Gigi takes us on a voyage to the realms of innocence and nostalgia, and back again to explore life, coping, longing and love.
Her clear and distinct vocals prove you don’t need to belt to be powerful. The vocalist and actress lets loose in a rugged solo performance.
The Israeli indie princess charms her audience with brutally honest lyrics and sardonic humor that are equal parts poetic and street.
Hila Ruach and Costa Kaplan.
Inhale and dive into the sounds of pianist and singer Dan Salomon, as you practice meditation in music in an unusual setting.
Stretch your joints and hop aboard the hypnotizing rhythms in a journey to the lands of ethnic dance. Together, we will surrender to the movement and improvise as a group and as individuals.
Mahol Shalem and Liron Ben Yaakov.
Utilizing imagery-based choreography, repetition of a masculine mantra and biographical tales, we will explore the gap between expectations and who we truly are, as individuals and as a group.
Harel Vahnish and Omry Geiger
Box One cube. Four walls, no roof or floor. Yair Moss will project onto the exterior, with live shows and DJ OH-HO inside.
Malox SHIT TO GOLD
The ferocious trio is here to rock the cube. Comfortable shoes, teeth guards and pocket change are duly recommended.
Eyal Talmudi, Assaf Talmudi and Roi Chen.
Tom Idan (Eco and Tito) and Yuvi Gerstein (Coolooloosh) are on deck with beats, samples, guitars and noise that generate an eclectic electronic groove.
Danielle Parsay will screen floriculture visuals on the building, and with enough love, we are certain a magical garden will flourish out of the concrete.
Wordsmith and artist Oren Eilam will line the streets with his words etched upon an endless strip of receipts.
Poems fight their way into the light from inside boxes spread across the street.
Artist Oren Eilam turns boxes into homes for poems
The master Shir Sofer invites us to deep-dive into a healing spiritual journey. Surrender yourself to an oasis of sounds and sights in the heart of the industrialized surroundings.
Choreographer Ronen Yitzhaki and students of the Department of Movement at the Academy of Music and Dance showcase a tribute to the high priestess of contemporary dance, offering a performance for the remerging Talpiot.
We opened the hood, lifted the piano wing, and invited artists to take care of the maintenance service. Plugs, hub caps, the works.
Darya & Tamar
With their emotional adaptations, Darya & Tamar offer a new perspective on Andalusian hymns and folk songs in Hebrew and Arabic.
Daria Mosenson and Tamar Bloch
Yehezkel Raz & Ori Laborer
Attempting to bend the time-space continuum, these musicians dive into the depths of the piano and its sounds, with a session dedicated to ambient music. Yehezkel Raz will host Jerusalemite darling Ori Alboher.
Riff Cohen and her Piano
An intimate encounter of poetic thoughts, songs and stories with one of the most groundbreaking Israeli artists of recent years. Gliding among diverse languages and influences, we will be blessed with the unique voice that is Riff Cohen.
Wander through the artists’ workshops, gain access into their creative process, sense the materials, observe artworks as they take shape and talk to fascinating Jerusalem artists.
Artworks come to life and invite you to meet those creating them from within the artists’ workshops.
Israel Erlinger | Mika Kupfer
Three paintings, three women and three stories of connecting and disconnecting from traditions, in a personal interpretation based on improvisation and movement. A dance piece by Wadge Malka
Four comics guaranteed to make you laugh join forces to lift your spirits.
Guy Adler, Amit Weinberg, Carmel Netzer and Dor Kahn.
A moody electronic deep dive into North African music, combining original creations, traditional hymns and melancholy takes on 50’s pop music.
Yemenite rock all night long! An out-of-time guided journey of scents and rhythms and a whirlwind of warm sounds and hallucinations.