The Tel-Aviv-based percussion group Tararam, Israel’s answer to Blue Man Group and “Stomp,” makes a rare New York appearance in a free outdoor concert on Sunday Aug. 7 at 4 p.m., at the Robert F. Wagner Park. It is adjacent to the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, 36 Battery Place, in New York City.
The event is part of KulturfestNYC, the Jewish performing arts festival that runs through Aug. 29. Tararam is a precision dance and drumming ensemble that mixes tap, acrobatics, sound and light to produce a sensory experience that is distinctly modern while channeling sounds and rhythms from ancient and Middle Eastern world traditions.
Go to www.kulturfestnyc.org.