This sign may be temporary and was placed only for the sake of Women’s Week events in Tel Aviv.
In the next picture taken that day, the sign appears in full Click for a larger image
The QR code that appears on the sign leads to a general advertisement site that has nothing to do with the venture.
The sign is on a street named after her. At the time the sign was photographed, the new name of the street (which was 2380th Street) had not yet been updated, and no street signs with the new name had yet been placed. Translation of the text on the sign
Branding symbol of the city of Tel Aviv - a city without a break In our streets
The stories of the women behind the names of the streets in the city
Symbol "In full exclusion 2022" - Women’s Week in Tel Aviv - Jaffa Pnina Salzman
Israel 1922 - Israel 2006
[Painting of Pnina Salzman - Efrat Hasson de Botton]
International pianist, winner of the Israel Prize for Music
When she was 7 she played for the French pianist lfred Cortot, who admired and invited her to study with him in Paris. "This girl is music embodied in a human being," he wrote to President Haim Weizmann. A year later she received financial support from the Rothschild family and began studying piano at university. She has since been referred to as "the first lady of the piano."
In the memoirs of one of the Israeli war fighters who was wounded before the state was declared, it is written that while lying in the hospital behind the Tel Aviv Museum building, he found solace in the sounds of the piano emanating from the hall where Salzman used to rehearse.
Salzman is the soloist who has performed more than any other artist with the Philharmonic Orchestra on stages around the world.
Despite the opportunities she had to relocate outside of Israel, she chose to continue living in Israel.
Every year a piano competition is held for children and youth of her name.
Our streets have a special charm.
They reflect history and a culture of values and heritage.
As part of the week "in full exclusion" we will ascend to the miracle of inspiring women who have gained recognition and appreciation by naming a street after their name.
Today, not many streets in the city are named after women, and the municipality is working to rectify the situation: last year, the municipality commemorated more than ten women - artists, creators, social activists, women and spirit, and read about streets and public institutions across the city.
To scan the booklet "In Our Streets" 2022