Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Just a few words to say that we hope that 2012 will see a renewal of Maase Tuviya performance. We have some projects with Safed, Jerusalem and even Padova in Italy on the eve of Rosh hashana.
Meanwhile, we want to announce a CALL FOR PAPERS as the 43rd Congress of the International Society for the HIstory of Medicine will be held there and together with a group of Israeli scholars Etienne Lepicard is planning a session about Jews who got their MD from Padua in Renaissance times.
For those interested please be in touch directly with Dr Etienne Lepicard: firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, April 17, 2010
Sunday, February 21, 2010
Thursday, October 8, 2009
October 24 ,Conservatory, Beer Sheva at 8:30PM
October 31, Bet hagat - Ein karem, Jerusalem at 8:30PM
November 5, Society for the Protection of Nature Courtyard, Jerusalem at 8PM
November 6, Shtriker Conservatory, Tel Aviv at 2PM
For a map, click here
November 9, Henry Crown, Jerusalem Theater at 5PM
Look for a convenient place and time and choose to which you want to come!
Tuesday, March 31, 2009
We are happy to invite you to a special session celebrating 300 years to Ma'ase Tuviyah, by Tuviyah Cohen (1652-1729), part of the Israeli Society for the History and Philosophy of Sciences (ISHPS) annual meeting to be held at
Bloomfield Science Museum - Jerusalem on
Sunday April 5, 2009: 11h to 12h30 - the "Pharmacy" room
On the program:
Shmuel Kottek (Hebrew University of Jerusalem): Tuviya Cohen (1652-1729): An Introduction
Nimrod Zinger (Ben Gurion University of the Neguev): "Uvekahalam al tahed kvodi..." (Gn 49 6): TC and the Medical Marketplace at the Beginning of Modern Time
Helena Paavilainen (Hadassa Medical School): TC's Pardes ha-rimmonim - "Tree Herbal"
Etienne Lepicard (Independant Scholar): First Reception of Maasse Tuviyah (1708): An Esthetic Analysis
The session will be partly in English and partly in Hebrew
Sunday, December 14, 2008
From a Piut of Yehuda Halevi (which represents the begining of the family's journey in Zefat) - to French Ballet and Air de cour (Robert Ballard) , then to Italy's finest composers - among them the Jewish one, Salomone Rossi - and from there to Ladino music taken under the influences of Turkey (Una Ora) and Jerusalem (Entre Las Huertas), Tuviyah's Travels take you on a musical and narrative journey.
Here is a video of Entre Las Huertas, Yehiam, November 15, 2008. You can also click here, on Una Ora, to hear a mp3 version of this song. Enjoy!