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The InstruVocal Series
The musical program of "The InstruVocal" 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 premier concert features the Mozart Requiem, Bach’s Lutheran Mass accompanied by the “Jauna Muzika Choir” from Lithuania with international acclaimed soloists. Last but not least, the premier of Joseph Bardanashvilli’s latest composition. Conductor, Avner Biron
Imagine a stage with the Israel Camerata Jerusalem orchestra! beautiful harp! and sand paintings in real time!
The Harpist Sivan Magen, plays Rodrigo’s” Aranjuez“, followed by Ravel’s- “Introduction and Allegro” for harp, clarinet, and string quartet. The concert has a special dimension- Ilana Yaakov, the artist that creates in sand, demonstrates, in actual time on stage, her works inspired by music!
The viola takes center stage! Amihai Grosz the principal violist of the Berlin Philharmonic, presents Schubert’s "Arpeggione", Max Bruch's "Kol Nidrei" and Oedoen Partos ”Yizkor”. In addition, the orchestra will play Elgar’s “ Introduction and Allergo" and will close with Schubert’s Symphony No. 5.
Bach’s Passions are corner stones in western music history. The Estonian choir “Collegium” will perform under Andreas Mustonim’s baton, “Johanne’s Passion.”
A marvelous program featuring works by Puccini, Verdi, Mozart, Offenbach and Bizet.
Thic concert is raplacing the May concert "Fantasy for Strings" , In the new program our soloist is the young rising star pianist Tom Borrow who will play a Mozart piano concerto (replacing the Mozart violin concerto in the original program), the Camerata wind soloists will present Prokofiev's "Romeo and Juliet" suite, based on the most famous love story which took place in the time of the Plague during the 16th century in northern Italy. The program will conclude with the beautiful romantic serenade for strings by Czech Composer Josef Suk. No intermission
This concert is replacing the June concert that was postpond, Avner Biron conducts Shubert’s Tragic Symphony and movments from "rosamunde " suite. Hillel Zori is our soloist, one of the finest cellists of our times, will play Schuman’s touching cello concerto.
Camerata: Take Two Avner Biron conductor Hillel Zori cello Francesco Maria Veracini (1690–1768) - Overture no. 6 in G minor Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) - Serenade no. 11 in E flat Major K. 375 Mark Kopytman (1929-2011) - Kaddish for cello and string orchestra Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) - Symphony no. 78 in C minor Tel Aviv Museum of Art