This series is a tribute to contemporary poets that influenced and continue to influence Hebrew poetry. The influence of these poets is felt in their poetic idiom and its content, constituting a source of inspiration and influence on young Hebrew poetry.
The first evening, opening this series, was a tribute to the poet Israel Eliraz. The following evenings will be devoted to poets that challenged the limitations of poetic language and boldly approached topics of manifold significance. Among them one can find Hamutal Bar-Yodef, Sivan Har-Shefi, Miron H. Isaacson, Hedva Harkaby and Agi Mishol.
Editor and moderator: Binyamin Shvili
Worth an Evening: An evening honoring the poet Miron H. Isaacson
An evening in tribute to Miron H. Isaacson, one of the first contemporary Hebrew poets who bravely and creatively created an encounter between modern Jewish religious poetry and the secular experience of Hebrew and Israeli reality.
Participants: Miron H. Isaacson, Hamutal Bar-Yosef, Agi Mishol
Music: Eli Magen, composition, bass, vocals; Adi Renert, piano