Program

Wednesday February 4th

  • Concert No. 1
    17:00
    Tarshish Hall

     

    A nocturnal prorgamme exploring the night in music from the Renaissance, Baroque and until our days. 

  • Concert No. 2
    21:00
    Big Blue Hall

    Among the delights of the sea and the fury of Vesuvius: a fresco on the Neapolitan music from the sixteenth century to the present day, performed by the Italian Ensemble Accordone, including ten players and singers with the Italian folk dancer Silvia Pirone.  

Thursday February 5th

  • Concert No. 3
    11:00
    Tarshish Hall

    A piano recital of the French pianist Eric Le Sage with music by Robert Schumann , following le Sage’s award winning album.  

  • Concert No. 4
    13:30
    Tarshish Hall

    Master-class participants concerts

  • Concert No. 5
    17:00
    Tarshish Hall

                                                                             

    La Bella Noeva’ is a programme showing all the Accordone's musical and interpretative features. From Gregorian chant to Monteverdi, from the ancient tarantellas of Salento to music composed by Guido Morini, the voice of Marco Beasley takes the listener to rediscover a wonderful repertory.

     


  • Concert No. 6
    21:00
    Big Blue Hall

    The great cellist Stephen Isserlis, in a rare visit to Israel, will be hosted by the Orchestra Geneva Camerata led by David Greilsammer. The programme will include music by Mozart, Haydn and others. 

  • Concert No. 7
    23:00
    Tarshish Hall

    Jens Lindemann, trumpets

    Asaf Hachimi, bass

    Gilad Dobrecky, percussion and drums

    Katia Toobool, piano

Friday February 6th

  • Concert No. 8
    10:30
    Tarshish Hall
  • Concert No. 9
    14:00
    Tarshish Hall

    The British String Quartet named after the Fitzwilliam family, will present Haydn's monumental work "Seven Last Words of Christ" 


  • Concert No. 10
    17:00
    Tarshish Hall

    An Israeli premiere to Julian Marshall’s “Out of the Darkness”, based on texts by the great Jewish German poet Gertrud Kolmar, who was murdered in the Auschwitz Death Camp during the holocaust. The programme will also include Villa Lobos Bachianas Brasilieras No. 1 and No. 5

  • Concert No. 11
    21:00
    Big Blue Hall

    Geneva Camerata in a programme of Mozart, Boccherini and others.

Saturday February 7th

  • Concert No. 12
    11:00
    Tarshish Hall
  • Concert No. 13
    14:00
    Tarshish Hall

    A new concert of Israel's music icon, Shem Tov Levi, and a string trio featuring Levi's music in new arrangements for a string trio and Levi on piano, flute and singing. 

  • Concert No. 14
    17:00
    Tarshish Hall

    The British Fitzwilliam hosts the Great singer Mira Awad in a programme that combines original music rearranged for a string quartet and music from the Baroque period performed by Awad. 

  • Concert No. 15
    21:00
    Big Blue Hall

    Maria Juncal, one of the leading dancers of Spain, with a big ensemble of musicians and dancers, will present a storming flamenco show that will conclude the festivals' decade's celebrations.