“Mus­rar­opera” is a mobile-radio­phon­ic-opera devel­oped in a his­tor­i­cal­ly charged quar­ter of Jerusalem, lay­ing between fan­cy shops, the Pales­tin­ian area of Damuskus Gate and the ultra­ortho­dox Mea Shearim.

Mus­rara is a mir­ror of the city, Israel and the com­plex­i­ty of the Mid­dle East, inhab­it­ed by peo­ple of divers cul­tur­al, reli­gious and polit­i­cal back­grounds, keep­ing the explo­sive coex­is­tence of the past in motion. In the post-truth time we strate­gi­cal­ly place this pre-truth opera as a fic­tive rehearsal and mas­ter train­ing to trans­form the uncer­tain present – in all dif­fer­ent envi­ron­ments and places that host this friend­ly and exhaust­ing but play­ful game between music, sounds, words and the urban envi­ron­ment.