Young Philharmonic Soloists

Friday, 10.11.2023 at 12:00, Jerusalem Music Centre
Friday, 17.11.2023 at 12:00, Jerusalem Music Centre

We are pleased to invite you to the concerts featuring the Young Philharmonic Soloists.

These concerts were initially planned to take place last month, coinciding with the return of the Young Philharmonic Soloists from their master classes course and concert tour in Germany. Unfortunately, due to the ongoing war, these plans had to be postponed. As part of our commitment to continue and support the exceptional young musicians at the Jerusalem Music Center and recognizing the crucial importance of doing so, especially in these challenging times, We decided to hold the concerts and to allow the young musicians an opportunity for artistic acxtivity in this difficult time, and for you, our dear audience, we hope that these concerts will be a break from the events, raising morale and a sense of pride in the excellent youth we nurture.

The Young Philharmonic Soloists have prepared two delightful concert programs for you.
Both concerts will be held in the presence of a live audience at the Jerusalem Music Center and will also be broadcast live on the center’s website.

Friday, 10.11.2023 at 12:00,

Lihi Shoham – Chopin: Nocturne No.20 for Violin and Piano in C# Minor

Mark Shoifer Bruk – Stravinsky: Danse Russe from “Petrushka”

Shiraz Natanzon – Szymanowski: “La Fontaine d’Arethuse” from “Myths”

Yael Ben Zaken – Tchaikovsky: Pezzo Capriccioso in B minor op. 62

Roni Arbitman – Saint-Saëns: Havanaise op. 83

Gabriel Cohen Glaser – Kodaly: Sonata in B minor

Loor Jabareen – Saint-Saëns: Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso

Piano: Natalia Grines and Evgeny Brakhman

Friday, 17.11.2023 at 12:00

Yahli Anter – Bloch: Nigun

Roni Dagan – Sibelius: Nocturne op. 51 no. 3

Tchelet Rabin – Elgar: Cello Concerto in E minor

Tom Jobani – Wieniawski: Scherzo Tarantella

Daniel Samoilov – Bach: Sarbande and Double from the First Partita for solo violin

Shira Levy – Dvořák: Cello Concerto in B Minor

Gefen Rabin – Wieniawski arr. Kreisler: Caprice in A Minor Op. 18 No. 4 for Violin and Piano

Roni Arbitman – Saint-Saëns: Havanaise op. 83

Piano: Natalia Grines and Evgeny Brakhman

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The tour to Germany is made possible with the support of the Baden-Württemberg Cultural Foundation, Federman Industries Ltd., Prof. Ida Bieler, the Zefunot Culture Association.

Tchaikovsky - Serenade , conductor: Zvi Carmeli
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