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Mediterranean Melodies

t’s late fall, but still balmy on this Wednesday evening at Teder—a one-of-a-kind outdoor entertainment venue nestled in the courtyard of a historic building in south Tel Aviv. Just a few blocks in from the Mediterranean Sea, several hundred people have gathered for drinks, wood-fired gourmet pizza, and the launch of trumpeter Sefi Zisling’s sophomore album (Tru Thoughts). The

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