Friday, September 24

13:00 Round Hall

Chamber Concert: Baroque Madness

Imagine yourself three hundred years ago, you are members of the English, Italian or French royal family. Spending your free time listening to chamber ensembles of selected groups of musicians, singing and playing glorious and colorful Music appropriate to the grand halls of your palace. Barrocade Soloists with Soprano Yeéla Avital will take you on a magical Musical journey through time, and you ,at least for a while, will be dukes, princes or even kings.

Barrocade soloists
Yeela Avital Soprano
Shlomit Sivan Violin
Amit Tieffenbrun Viola da Gamba
Eyal Leber Baroque Guitar
Yizhar Karshon harpsichord

Concert Program
Henry & Daniel Purcell: Songs and instrumental pieces:
Overture, Bess of Bedlam, slow air, Chaconne
Music for a while, Air, Hornpipe
J.M.Leclaire: Trio for Violin, Gamba and Cembalo
C.Monteverdi: Lauda Dominum-Motet for Sopran
Albertini Violin sonata in D minor
C.Monteverdi 3 Mad songs:
Folle e ben
Quel sguardo
Ohi Me
M.Marais: La Folie d’Espagnia- The Spanish madness


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

15:00 Leah Rabin Hall

“Made in Israel”

The “Quinta and a Half” (“Kvinta Va-Hetzi”) Vocal Ensemble:

Nizan Ofir Soprano
Yarden Cohen Mezzo-soprano
Ayala Fossfeld Alto
Doron Ben-Ami Tenor
Erez Tal Tenor
Raviv Leibzirer Bass

A vocal wonder, this vibrant “a capella” choir can recreate an entire orchestra using only their voices. In this performance—the “schlager” of the festival—original and unique arrangements of the best-loved songs of Arik Einstein, Matti Caspi, Shlomo Gronich and others

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