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The Human Voice
The musical program of "The Human Voice" series includes well-known and beloved works alongside unconventional and fascinating works, some of them premiered in Israel. In this series we will host leading Israeli choirs, singers from the English Voices Ensemble and Israeli and international soloists.
The Israeli vocal ensemble will be joined by singers from the English Vocal Ensemble under the guidance of the English conductor Timothy Braun to the Zelenka Requiem, and alongside the Mozart Symphony of Jupiter, we will also become acquainted with the Big Bang and the Creation of the Universe. the piece was commissioned by the family of the late Zvi Meitar on the occasion of his 75th birthday.The Camerata thanks the generous support of the Zvi and Ofra Meitar Foundation for these concerts.
A concert conducted by the american conductor Kenneth Weiss with the participation of the french soprano Marianne Croux, violinist Natasha Sher and oboist Muki Zohar.
Conducted by Lucas Richman (USA) the orchestra will play the beloved works of Mendelssohn, Rossini and Haydn, to which the English pianist Mark Bebbington will join with the Mendelssohn concerto and the Israeli singer Keren Hadar in the folk songs of Berio.
Alongside the "Eroica", the monumental work of Beethoven, we will perform works by the best composers who worked alongside Beethoven and were popular in their time. Over the years they have been forgotten, and in this concert there is an opportunity to become acquainted with the wonderful works of these composers who stood in the shadow of the great Beethoven.
Alongside Mozart's monumental work "The Great Mass" we will perform Mendelssohn's music for Shakespeare's play "Midsummer Night".
Paul Goodwin (England) will return to conduct the Camerata. The mezzo-soprano Agnieszka Relis (Poland) will sing the works of Vivaldi and Handel and the virtuoso recorder player Bracha Kol will be the soloist in the concerto for recorders and orchestra by composer Aharon Harlap.
In this concert, conducted by Avner Biron, alongside with Dvorak's Serenade we will listen to the New Zealand baritone Julian Van Malartes who will sing with the Camerata wonderful songs of Schubert and Mahler, and the brass players Alon Reuven and Ruth Varon will perform Haydn's Concerto for two horns and orchestra.
The Dutch tenor Marcel Beekman, who is fond of his performances with the Camerata in previous seasons, will return to perform with the orchestra. Alongside beloved cantatas of Bach we will also be introduced to the "Cantata for Shabbat", the special work of one of our greatest composers, Mordechai Setter. The Moran Choir and Israeli soloists will also participate in the concert.