Wednesday, July 29, at 20:30
“How shall we sing the Lord’s song in a foreign land? ” Psalms 137
An evening of historical exploration and song bridging the hope of the Judean exiles with the spirit of Eastern European Klezmer music. The evening will open at 19:30 with a tour of the “By the Rivers of Babylon” exhibition and continue with a Klezmer concert featuring a variety of musicians and styles from across the globe.
Solo Pan-Flute Artist, Constatine Moscovici (Chișinău, Moldova)
International Clarinet maestro, Helmut Hazel (Frankfurt, Germany)
International Piano Accompanist, Sabastian Welch (Frankfurst, Germany)
International Bandoneon, Raoul Jaurena (New York, USA)
Accordian Virtuoso, Amil Eibinder
International Clarinetist, Chanan Bar-Sela
The Gitanes Blondes (Munich, Germany): Mario Kornic (Violin), Konstantin Ischenko (Accordion), Christoph Peters (Guitar), Giorgi Makoshvilli (Double Bass) Acclaimed Clarinet Soloist Caroline Hartig - Ohio, USA
Festival artistic director: Chanan Bar-Sela
Advance Booking 65 NIS, On the door 75 NIS, Museum Members 55 NIS.
Information and tickets: 02-5611066 (ext. 4), firstname.lastname@example.org