Conceived by musician Yuval Guttman and artist Gilad Ratman, “12 Hours in the 30th Century” is a one-day music festival bringing together 29 local musicians to create – both as individuals and as an ensemble – a single 12-hour musical track. The musicians invited are Yael Birenbaum, Assaf Bloom, Alex Drool Jonovic, Maya Dunietz, Dganit Elyakim, Patik Genrietta, Nimrod Gershoni, Hagai Izenberg, Sharon Kantor, Ariel Kleiner, Alex Levy, Tamir Lichtenberg, Daniella Ljungsberg, Harel Luz, Daniel Meir, Ela Meital, Afik Naim, Ram Orion, Zoe Polanski, Eran Sachs, Shahar Sarig, Asaf Setty, Zohar Shafir, Aviv Shechori, Yuval Shenhar, Avinoam Sternheim, Assaf Tager, Shahar Yahalom, and Ran Yeshurun. Presented in the Center’s Lobby and Multipurpose Gallery, this festival is a musical experiment, improvised and planned at the same time, during which musicians will collaboration and improvise based on a pre-recorded beat of 130 BPM that will be played during its entire run.
The event is supported by the Municipality of Tel Aviv-Yafo – Arts and Culture Division.
Image by Shir Moran
Performance | 12 Hours in the 30th Century Festival
December 19, 2019