Wednesday, September 22

 14:30 Leah Rabin Hall

“Ave Maria”
The Israeli Vocal Ensemble

Yuval Ben Ozer, Conductor
Raviv Leibzirer Organ

An enchanting encounter between the church organ and the organ of the human voice, this concert showcases some of the finest composers for both the divine and human instruments: Bach, Mendelssohn, Brahms, Gounod and Gronich.

Concert Program

J.S. Bach Organ Fuge
Arvo Pärt De Profundis
Josef Reinberger Stabat Mater
Felix Mendelssohn Laudate Pueri
Johannes Brahms Five Songs, Op. 104
J.S. Bach Organ Fuge
Bach/Gounod/Gronich Ave Maria
Johannes Brahms Geistliche Lied

Duration of the show Approximately 70 minutes without a break

Tickets:
· 140 Shekels
· 85 Soldier / Student – Tickets Purchase by phone

17:00 Round Hall

Carmel Quartet

“Vienna to New York”

Chamber Music Concert
The Carmel virtuoso quartet in a concert that places at its center the pinnacles of the Chamber music repertoire. The classical Mozart and the romantic Dvořák gather together in the round hall at the Rabin center, with the wonderful acoustics for listening to chamber music.

Carmel Quartet

Violin Rachel Ringelstein
Violin Tali Goldenberg
Viola Joel Greenberg
Cello Tammy Waterman

Concert program
W.A. Mozart Quartet in C minor K.421
A. Dvořák Quartet in F Major Op. 96 “American”

Tickets:

· 90 Shekels unmarked chairs
· 70 Soldier / Student – Tickets Purchase by phone

  17:30 Leah Rabin Hall

“From Bach to Shem Tov”

Shem Tov Levi Vocals, Piano, Flute
Yael Borleski Violin
Yael Patish Viola
Yoni Etzion Cello

Tickets:

· 140 Shekels
· 85 Soldier / Student Tickets Purchase by phone

The songs of Shem Tov Levi have become Israeli classics thanks to their unusual beauty and unique character. With singing, flute and piano accompanied by a string ensemble, Shem Tov Levi performs his most popular songs together with adaptations of works by Bach and Fauré.

Concert program
J. S. Bach Menuet and Badinerie from Orchestral Suite No. 2
G. Fauré Sicilienne
Shem-Tov Levi Favorite Songs

19:30 Triguboff Garden Festival Parade with Hortus Musicus

Free Admission

20:30 Leah Rabin Hall

“Bach at Versailles”

Barrocade Baroque Ensemble, featuring soloists:
Geneviève Blanchard – Traverso
Ye’ela Avital – Soprano
Ori Batchko – Tenor
Oded Reich – Bass

Performing this delightful and energetic Baroque program on period instruments, the Barrocade Ensemble highlights works of two French court composers, Lully and Rameau, together with J.S. Bach’s Orchestral Suite #2, in the French style, and his always entertaining “Coffee Cantata”.

Concert Program

J. S. Bach Coffee Cantata
Orchestral Suite No. 2 in b-minor
J. B. Lully Marche pour la cérémonie des Turcs
J. Ph. Rameau “Rossignols Amoureux”
Selected parts from “Les Indes Galantes”
J. Kosma Les Feuilles mortes

Duration of the show Approximately 70 minutes without a break

Tickets

· 140 Shekels
· 85 Soldier / Student – Tickets Purchase by phone