Selichot - Tahrir Style
The Selichot - Tahrir Style - tradition returns to the Tower of David. At sunset on one of the last days of the Jewish year, men and women, religious, secular and traditional, gather together to enjoy a pleasurable, evening, a social event featuring a unique, musical experience.
Selichot - Tahrir Style - is a musical concept performance, influenced by the piyyut poetry of Selichot and diverse High Holy Day traditions: Sephardi-Yerushalmi, Syrian, Turkish, Moroccan, The piyyut poems and the liturgical segments are presented in a unique adaptation artistically combining the repertoire of the Israeli-Sephardic traditions and Ashkenazi prayers, selections and melodies.
By integrating musical ensembles and wonderful musicians recruited especially for Selichot events a performance emerges which is influenced by Selichot piyyut poetry from a range of traditions from the East and the West. Liturgical sections from the High Holy Days are combined in an original musical composition for the modern Israeli soul.
At the beginning of the evening, before the performance, we will hold a unique learning workshop on the tradition of saying Selichot led by the Yeshiva Mizrahit community.
The workshops will be held at 8:00 pm, and participation is included in the ticket price on the basis of availability.
The Tahrir artists: Evyatar Hermesh (bass), Eliyahu Degmi (guitar and saz), Gergely Barcza (winds and electronic EWI), David Dagmi (drums and percussion), Yair Cochav (vocals, creative director and producer), Yahala Lachmish (vocals), Yaara Beeri (kamanche), Shauli Itzhak (guitar and more).
- This event is limited to two tickets only -