“Where words fail, music speaks” (Hans Christian Anderson)

“Where words fail, music speaks” (Hans Christian Anderson)

“Where words fail, music speaks” (Hans Christian Anderson)

Throughout the year, ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran residents attend a variety of musical performances, as part of a collaboration with the AKIM organization. This month, we were delighted to host saxophonist Arik Livnat at the village.

Arik, who performs original music, as well as songs from movies and musicals, put on a joyful, energetic show for village residents. Thanks to the variety of instruments and encouragement of audience participation, residents had a great interactive experience!

Such special activities provide variation to the residents’ and staff members’ daily lives, and bring a great deal of light and joy to the village.
Music is a language that connects everyone, enabling our residents to express their feelings in their own special way.

Thank you, Arik


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