DECEMBER 11, 8PM
FENWAY CENTER, BOSTON
Hanu-kan: A Celebration of Israeli Singer-songwriters
The concert is a unique collaboration of three Israeli singer-songwriters living and making music in Boston: Shachar Ziv, Florie Namir and Osnat Netzer.
Osnat, Shachar and Florie are in constant dialogue with their Israeli and Jewish heritage, as well as the charms and challenges of diaspora. You will hear this dialogue in both the content and the style of their music, which is rooted in Israeli art and pop song and influenced by classical music, jazz, klezmer, American and Latin music. The evening will have a a mix of songs in Hebrew and English.
What is the meaning of Hanu-kan?
Hanu-kan is a word play on the holiday Hanukkah and Kan, which means "here" in Hebrew. We invite you to celebrate with us with original music and Sufganiyot (Israeli donuts).
Where can I purchase tickets?
Admission to the concert is free. There is a $15 suggested donation. Please RSVP on the facebook event page or by contacting us using the contact form bellow.
Is the event suitable for all ages?
Yes, the concert is age appropriate.
I am excited about the concert but am not Israeli or Jewish, can I still come?
We believe that music crosses any bounderies of age, gender and nationality. The concert is open to anyone interested.
Can you describe your music.
There is a vast amount of generes each of us enjoys listening to, from classical, to Israeli music, like Sasha Argov, Matti Caspi, Eviatar Banai, and Tango music, Brazilian Choro and Alternative rock. Many of these influences, in one way or another, are reflected in our own music. Click on our names to find out more.