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  • 01.07.2021 | Thursday | 20:30

    Beatles unplugged

    The Israeli Vocal Ensemble
    Noa Gruman conductor
    Asaf Roth percussion

    To mark the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ breakup, the Israeli Vocal Ensemble performs the great songs of the Fantastic Four in vocal arrangements. The program includes: Eleanor Rigby, Yesterday, Blackbird, With a little help from my friends, and more.

    Program:

    1.       Blackbird

    2.       Yesterday

    3.       Twist and Shout

    4.       All You Need is Love

    5.       Eleanor Rigby

    6.       Calico Skies

    7.       Here there and everywhere

    8.       Yellow submarine/Back to USSR

    9.       Here comes the sun

    10.   With a little help

    11.   Michelle

    12.   Imagine

    13.   When I'm 64

     

    In memory of Howard Gilman and of Tamar Rudich
     
  • The Eternal Light: From Dawn to Starlight

    Guest Conductor: Franz Herzog (Austria)
    The Israeli Vocal Ensemble
    Saxophone: Eyal Isaac

    Lived recorded at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, 28/2/2017

    Program

    Dawn
    Sunrise – The birth of a new day, of human being 

    Robert White (1538-1574)
    Christe, qui lux es et dies

    György Ligeti (1923-2006)
    Reggel (Morning)

    Ola Gjeilo (b. 1978)
    O magnum mysterium – Serenity

    A New Day
    We will sing a hymn to the creator of the light
    Jesus, the light, the new day –
    My love is like a new day...

    Franz M. Herzog (b. 1962)
    Missa Lux caelestis

    Kyrie
    Gloria

    Daylight
    In the middle of our life we sometimes need help
    “Send us your light”

    Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809-1847)
    Psalm 43, "Richte mich Gott" (Op. 78 No.2)

    Franz M. Herzog
    Canticle of the Sun –
    No.5, "Laudato si, mi Signore"

    Edvard Grieg (1843-1907)
    Ave Maris Stella

    Traditional
    Amazing Grace (arranged by Zvi Sherf)

    Sunset
    Evening comes – End of our lives – Peace

    Heinrich Schütz (1585-1672)
    Musikalische Exequien –
    Herr, nun lässest du deinen Diener

    Morten Lauridsen (b. 1943)
    O nata lux

    Josef Gabriel Rheinberger (1839-1901)
    Abendlied

    Ēriks Ešenvalds (b. 1977)
    Stars

  • G.F. Handel: The Oratorio Judas Maccabaeus

    Conductor: Yuval Benozer
    The Israeli Vocal Ensemble
    The Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra
    Soloists: Daniela Skorka, soprano; Alon Harari, Alt; Ron Silberstein, tenor; Oded Reich, bass; Narrator: Alon Neuman

    Duration of the concert: 01:27:50 hours

    Lived recorded at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, 2/1/20

    The Oratorio Judas Maccabaeus is made up of three parts:

    The first part opens with a description of the death of Matityahu and the mourning of the people for the death of its leader (a typical and beautiful eulogy choir section). His son Shimon encourages the faith of the people and calls on them to take up arms, while his brother Judah accepts the role of leader and encourages his people with reflections on freedom and victory in the power of faith in God. 

    In the second part of the oratorio, the Israelites win. But when they learn that the Seleucid commander Gorgias is preparing his army for revenge, the rejoicing of the people turns into despair (Ah! Wretched Israel) and Judah again inspires a spirit of warfare and heroism in the people and demands the destruction of the altars of infidels and resistance to the false religion (with the most famous aria Sound an Alarm).

     

    In the third and final part, the Jews win and are received in a solemn parade, and the people celebrate the arrival of the long-awaited peace in one of the beautiful duets Oh Lovely Peace.

  • Francis Poulenc : Figure Humaine

    Text: Paul Eluard

    Conductor: Yuval Benozer Assistant Conductor: Guy Pelc

    The Israeli Vocal Ensemble performs for the first time in Israel the cantata Figure Humaine, composed by Francis Poulenc in 1942, for texts by the French poet Paul Eluard, during the Nazi occupation. The work is considered by many to be the pinnacle of Poulenc's work, if not one of the best works written in the 20th century.

    Duration of work: 17:49 minutes

    The piece was performed as part of the "Sounds of Freedom" concert that took place at the Tel Aviv Museum, 15/6/2019

    Figure Humaine:

    I –De tous les printemps du monde

    II –En chantant les servantes s’élancent

    III –Aussi bas que le silence

    IV –Toi ma patience 

    V –Riant du ciel et des planets

    VI –Le jour m’étonne et la nuit me fait peur

    VII –La menace sous le ciel rouge

    VIII –Liberté

  • J.S. Bach / The Well-Tempered Clavier

    Conductor: Yuval Benozer  

    Piano: Ofra Yitzhaki 
    The Israeli Vocal Ensemble
    Tel Aviv Saxophone Trio:
    Gan Lev soprano saxophone, Ziv Slama alto saxophone, Maayan James baritone saxophone

    Duration of Concert: 01:11:08 hours

    Live recorded at the Tel Aviv Museum, 23/7/20 

    Program: 

    The Well-Tempered Clavier
    by J.S. Bach

    Prelude & Fugue No. 1 in C major

    Prelude & Fugue No. 2 in C minor

    Prelude & Fugue No. 3  in C Sharp major (Arrangement for Saxophones: Ziv Slama)

    Prelude & Fugue No. 4 in C sharp  minor

    Prelude & Fugue No. 5 in D major 

    Prelude  No. 6 in D minor from WTC book 2 & Fugue No. 6 in D minor from the Art of Fugue

    Prelude & Fugue No. 8 in E flat minor (Arrangement for Saxophones: Nadav Ben Ozer)

    Prelude & Fugue No. 10 in E minor  (Arrangement for Saxophones: Nadav Ben Ozer)

    Prelude & fugue No. 12 in F minor  from WTC book 2

    Prelude & fugue No. 16 in G minor

    Prelude & fugue No. 18 in G sharp minor from WTC book 2
    (Arrangement for Saxophones: Ziv Slama)

    Prelude & fugue No. 17 in A flat major 

    Prelude & Fugue No. 22 in B flat minor 

    Prelude No. 24  in B minor from WTC book 2 & fugue No. 24 in B minor  from WTC book 2

  • The Celtic Voices

    Conductor: Yuval Benozer
    The Israeli Vocal Ensemble
    Evergreen Band: Michal Shachar, flutes, piano, melodica, voice; Moshe Avigdor, guitar; Gal Shachar, violin; Abe Doron, percussion

    Duration of Concert: 1:14:49 hours

    Live recorded at the Tel Aviv Museum, 15/5/2017

    Program:

    Ocarolan’s Dream
    Music: Turlough O'Carolan

     

    Free and Easy

    Lyrics & Music: Shaun Davey

    Down by the Salley Gardens  

    Lyrics: Y.B Yeats

    Music: Herbert Hughes

     

    Scarborough Fair

    traditional English
    Arr. Carsten Gerlitz

    Soloists: Tom Ben Ishai, Taliya Dishon, soprano

     

    Clohinne Winds

    Lyrics & Music: Briege Murphy

    Soloists: Michal Shachar voices: Avivit Hochstadter, Tamar Ben Ozer

     

    The Miller’s Maggot
    Traditional Jig

    Early One Morning

    Traditional English; Arr. Jeremy Jackman

    Singers: Taliya Dishon, Era Givoni, Daniel Portnoy, Oded Amir, Ronen Ravid

     

    Loch Lomond

    Traditional Scottish
    Arr.: David Overton

    Soloist: Daniel Portnoy, baritone

     

    You Brought me up
    Lyrics: Louis de Paor
    Music: John Spillane
    Soloist: Michal Shachar

     

    Mo Ghille Mear
    Traditional Irish Gaelic
    Soloist: Ori Batchko, tenor

     

    She’s got fire

     

    Siúil A Rúin (Go my love!)

    Traditional Irish
    Soloist: Nava Sahar, soprano

     

    The Shore of Botany Bay
    Traditional Irish
    Arr. Carsten Gerlitz

     

    Danny Boy

    Traditional Irish
    Arr. Jonatahn Rathbone

     

    The Old Ways
    Lyrics and Music: Loreena McKennitt
    Soloist: Michal Shachar

    Phil The Fluter’s Ball
    Lyrics: Percy French
    Music: Delany’s Donkey by William Hargreaves

    It’s Complicated to Be simple

    The Ballad of Yoel Moshe Salomon
    Lyrics: Yoram Tahar Lev
    Music: Shalom Hanoch

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