4 June 2020 - 13 Sivan 5780 - י"ג סיון ה' אלפים תש"פ
Abu Gosh Vocal Music Festival E-mail

The Abu Gosh Vocal Music Festival is taking place this month in Abu Gosh, Israel, from 7-9 June.

The festival was established since 1992, and is known across Israel as an important festival for choral music. The musical concerts are held inside two churches in Abu Gosh: the Crusader-Benedictine Church and the Kiryat Ye’arim Church.

Hanna Tzur has resided as the Musical Director of the Abu Gosh Festival since 1995, and has served as conductor and Musical Director of the RamatGan Chamber Choir for 19 years.
The Abu Gosh Music Festival takes place biannually in the titular Arabic village, situated in the Jerusalem Hills just a few kilometres west of Jerusalem.

The village, famed for its hummus restaurants, is brought to life by the festival, which is one of Israel’s largest vocal music celebrations. It takes place coincidentally to the festivals of Sukkot (in Fall-time) and Shavuot (in Spring-time).

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