Thursday, September 23

14:30 Leah Rabin Hall

“French Romanticism”

Ramat Gan Chamber Choir

Hanna Tzur Conductor
Keren Hadar Soprano
Yossi Arnheim Flute
Irit Rob Piano

The highpoint of 19th-Century French Romantic Music: a breathtaking mosaic of choral music, soprano solos, flute and piano.

 

Concert Program

G. Bizet Card Aria, Chanson Bohéme (From Carmen)
F. Poulenc Gloria
Jacques Brel “Quand on n’a que l’Amour”

Duration of the show Approximately 70 minutes without a break

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

17:00 Round Hall

El Fuego Del Flamenco

Flamenco music is characterized by extroverted emotion and emotional turmoil, combined with a powerful but restrained and proud flamenco dance.
This special show will be performed by the excellent flamenco dancer Yael Tachfeld accompanied by three extraordinary virtuoso musicians.
A show that creates an encounter of Flamenco music in Guitar playing, Dance and Vocals with the deep and classic cello sounds.

Dance and singing Yael Tochfeld
Guitarist Jose Antonio El Piti
Cello Rally Margalit
Singing Yehuda “Shuki” Shweiki

Duration of the show Approximately 70 minutes without a break

Tickets:

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

17:30 Leah Rabin Hall

Memories of Love from Italy

Hortus Musicus (Estonia)

Andres Mustonen Conductor
Featuring Maya Amir Soprano

From its inception and until today, Italian opera has conquered the hearts multitudes while positioning music at the very center of the human cultural experience. This concert features selected arias of Rossi, Monteverdi and Vivaldi performed by the highly acclaimed Estonian ensemble, Hortus Musicus.

Concert Program

Claudio Monteverdi (1567–1643) Prologo to opera „Orfeo“
Stefano Landi (1587–1639) Prologo to opera „Il Sant’Alessio“
Claudio Monteverdi „Lamento della Ninfa“ („Madrigali guerrieri e amorosi“, Libro VIII
Antonio Vivaldi Veni, veni me sequere fida“ from opera „Juditha triumphans“
Luigi Rossi (u 1597–1653) Canzonetta „Al bel lume d’un bel volto“
Stefano Landi from „Il Sant’Alessio“
Claudio Monteverdi Prologo to opera „L’incoronazione di Poppea“
„Pur ti miro“ from opera „L’incoronazione di Poppea“

Pietro Antonio Cesti (1623–1669) Prologo to opera „La Dori“
Antonio Vivaldi „Dell’aura al sussurrar“ from opera „Dorilla in Tempe“

Duration of the show Approximately 70 minutes without a break

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

19:30 Triguboff Garden

Festival Parade with Hortus Musicus Free Admission

20:30 Leah Rabin Hall

Gloria

Barrocade Baroque Ensemble
The cream of Baroque liturgical music for choir, orchestra and soloists.
This concert is dedicated with love and appreciation to Gershon Cohen, founder of the Abu Ghosh Festival, for his unstinting devotion and longstanding contribution to Classical music, in particular vocal music, in Israel.

Barrocade Baroque EnsembleAndres Mustonen, Conductor
Voices of Tallinn ChoirMai Simson, Conductor
Featuring soloists:
Tal Ganor – Soprano
Alon Harari – Countertenor
Amir Rabinowitz Trumpet

Concert Program

A.Vivaldi Gloria
Torelli trumpet concerto in D major
A.Vivaldi cantata cessate omai cessate
Corelli concerto in d major op 6 no 1

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

21:00 Triguboff Garden

“Brazilian celebration from Rio De Janeiro”

Shorolha Ensemble with Saliít Lahav, in a magical night show at the Triguboff Garden overlooking the Tel Aviv skyline. A sensual and exciting Musical experience of Brazilian Afro rhythm straight from the Rio de Janeiro Favellas.
*An outdoor show

Saliít Lahav flute and accordion
Jonathan Hadas Clarinet
Daniel Ring Quackinho
Nir Steinberg 7-string Guitar
Oded Aloni Pandiro
** Amplification will be used in this show

Duration of the show Approximately 75 minutes without a break

· 100 Shekels unmarked chairs
· 80 Soldier / Student Tickets Purchase tickets by phone