Jerusalem - Budapest 2019: Chamber Music Project

Jerusalem - Budapest 2019: Chamber Music Project
Wednesday, 20 February 2019, 13:15 to Saturday, 23 February 2019, 20:00
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Four Concerts in Israel To conclude a joint project between the two Academies:

Wednesday 20.2.2019,13:15, Hall 221 | The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, Givat Ram

Thursday 21.2.19, 17:00 | Petach Tikva Municipal Conservatory

Friday 22.2.19, 11:00 | St. Joseph's School, Nazareth

Saturday night 23.2.19, 20:00 | St. Gabriel Church, Nazareth

Prof. Yinam Leef, JAMD President: The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance is delighted to host the professors and students from the Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest for the annual collaborative project RECONNECTIONS – The Art of Chamber Music. This wonderful project, which takes place alternately in Jerusalem and in Budapest and now in its seventh year, is the cornerstone of the strong artistic relationship and human bond that has been created between our institutions, a continuous journey in which we research together repertoire, share approaches for interpretation, and explore our countries and cultures. The universal language of music is a bridge reconnecting people and our mutual commitment to excellence in education is as strong and consistent as ever.

This year we plan to perform for young audiences of the JAMD High School and the Petach Tikva Conservatory, on our way to the northern city of Nazareth, where we will present The Art of Chamber Music to students at the Saint Joseph High School and to the general public in a concert at Saint Gabriel Church. Performing in Nazareth is the fruit of collaborating with Polyphony Foundation and we are very grateful to Polyphony’s Co-founder Nabeel Abboud-Ashkar and his dedicated team for their wonderful partnership in bringing this idea of visiting Nazareth to reality.

Program: 

L.v. Beethoven Sextet in E flat Major for Horns and String Quartet, Op. 81b
Allegro con brio | Adagio | Rondo: Allegro

Lior Grinwald Violin
Eszter Kökény Violin
Amichai Hefter Viola
Tamir Naaman peri Cello
*Chezy Nir Horn
Bálint Südi English Horn

Alexander von Zemlinsky "Maiblumen blühten überall" for Soprano and String Sextet (1898)
Lyrics: Richard Dehmel

Dalia Besprovzani Soprano
Anna Gál-Tamási Violin
Lior Grinwald Violin
Kinga Dauner Viola
Amichai Hefter Viola
Tamir Naaman peri Cello
Gergely Devich Cello

W.A Mozart Flute Quartet in D major KV 285
Allegro | Adagio | Rondeau

Allegro | Adagio | Rondeau
Noa Berkovich Flute
Eszter Kökény Violin
Kinga Dauner Viola
**Istvan Varga Cello

Manuel de Falla “Psyché” for Voice, Flute, Violin, Viola, Cello, and Harp (1923)
Lyrics: Georges Jean-Aubry

**Andrea Melath Mezzo-soprano
Noa Berkovich Flute
Anna Gál-Tamási Violin
János Hidas Viola
Gergely Devich Cello
Tamar Frenkel Harp

J.S. Bach Brandenburg Concerto no.3 in G Major, BWV 1048
[Allegro] | Adagio | Allegro | Menuet

Eszter Kökény Violin
Anna Gál-Tamási Violin
Lior Grinwald Violin
János Hidas Viola
Amichai Hefter Viola
Kinga Dauner Viola
**Istvan Varga Cello
Gergely Devich Cello
Tamir Naaman peri Cello
Ron Veprik Double bass
*Prof. David Shemer Cembalo

 

* Prof. David Shemer Harpsichord
** Guest teachers from the Liszt Academy of Music

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