Kempiski hotel tipped to host best talents ahead of Israel cultural week celebration
Top 3 Israel chefs cum best talents are expected to arrive soon in the country to grace this year’s Israel cultural week celebration which is lined up with exhilarating activities intended to kick off from October 26th and ends on November 1st, 2017.
The artistes include top musicians, fashion designers and three(3) seasoned chefs from Israel who will be performing in their various capacities to thrill fans and to add colour to the event as they lock horns with the Ghanaian counterparts in activities such as musical concerts, arts, fashion shows, food and wines as part of activities to mark the 2017 Israel cultural week celebration.
The venue on the bill for hosting the innovative, energetic and vibrant cultural scenes of Israel cultural week celebrants is the Kempiski Hotel, Gold Coast City in Accra, Ghana.
This was made known by Ambassador of the State of Israel to Ghana, H.E. Amb. Ami Mehl at a press conference in Accra on Thursday, 19 October 2017.
Addressing Journalists, Amb. Ami Mehl, noted he was elated that the cordial relations and cooperation that existed between Israel and Ghana since the Embassy was reopened in 2011.
He indicated that the Embassy is making use of the Cultural Week to celebrate a fusion of Israel and Ghana cultures through arts, music, fashion, food and wine to further strengthen the bilateral relationship that existed between Israel and Ghana over the years.
“Now we believe in fusion, we’re not here to show you but we’re here to cooperate with you to learn as well and to give you our experience”.
The Israeli Culture Week promises all Ghanaians a treat of some of Israel’s best cuisines flavours, sights and sounds!
All interested persons who’ll want to be part of this noble attend are kindly advised to register and confirm their participation by email at email@example.com as entry to the event are only by invitation.
As part of activities lined to mark this year’s cultural week celebration, the world renowned Israeli flutist and composer Mattan Klein and his quartet will have a Jazz concert on the eve of Friday, October 27 also include a unique collaboration with Ghanaian musicians: flutist, Dela Botri and Hewale group and the Jazz singer Cina Soul.
In addition, Ghanaian designer Royal Dennis and Israeli designer Betty Eldad are expected to present their models in a fashion show to collect donations to finance fistula surgeries for women in Ghana on the eve of Monday, October 30, 2017.
By Joseph Kobla Wemakor/GhanaNewsOne.Com