VOD

A selection of concerts performed by the ensemble

  • Walt Disney A-Capella

    The Israeli Vocal Ensemble
    Conductor: Yuval Benozer

    Concert time: 1:15:00 hours.

    Concert recored at Tel Aviv Museum of Art at 3.7.22.

  • מחורף לקיץ

    The Israeli Vocal Ensemble
    Conductors Guy Pelc, Dor Magen, Lily Solomonov

    Concert duration: 1:06:28 hours.

    Live recorded at Tel Aviv Museum of Art in 2.5.22.

  • The Requiem by Gabriel Fauré

    The Israeli Vocal Ensemble
    Conductor Yuval Benozer
    Baritone Oded Reich/ Guy Pelc
    Soprano Tom Ben Ishai
    Piano and organ Raviv Leibzirer

    Concert duration: 1:14:07 hours.

    Live recorded at Tel Aviv Museum of Art in 14.2.22.

  • Buxtehude: Membra Jesu Nostri

    The Israeli Vocal Ensemble
    Conductor Yuval Benozer
    The Barrocade Orchestra

    Dietrich Buxtehude was the most famous organist and composer in Germany in the middle of the Baroque period. He wrote a huge amount of instrumental and vocal music but his best known work is Membra Jesu Nostri (The Organs of Jesus), a 7-chapter cantata in which each chapter is dedicated to another organ in the body of Jesus.

    A rare performance of the beautiful work that combines texts from Psalms, Song of Songs, Zechariah and Isaia.

    Concert Duration: 1:10:17 hours.

    Live recorded at Tel Aviv Museum of Art in 18.10.21.

  • 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.

    In memory of Howard Gilman and of Tamar Rudich
     

    Concert duration: 57:50 minutes.

    Live recorded at Tel Aviv Museum of Art in 1.7.21.

  • Duke Ellington: The Sacred Concert

    The Israeli Vocal Ensemble
    Conductor Yuval Benozer
    Soprano Eden Hollen
    The Israel Jazz Orchestra

    Legendary jazz musician Duke Ellington wrote three ‘Sacred Concerts’ in his final years, combining classical music, choral music, spirituals, gospel and blues. He called them “the most important thing I have ever done”. This concert features the Israeli Vocal Ensemble, joined by the Israel Jazz Orchestra and soprano Eden Holan, to perform the second Sacred Concert.

    Concert Duration: 1:17:17 hours.

    Live recorded at Tel Aviv Museum of art in 6.6.21.

  • Dixit Dominus and other psalms set to music

    Israeli Vocal Ensemble
    Conductor Yuval Benozer
    Soloists Alon Harari Countertenor, Daniela Skorka Soprano
    Barocade Orchestra

    Psalms set to music. At the center of the concert is Dixit Dominus by Handel, the pinnacle of his musical career. There will also be performances of Psalms by Vivaldi, Taverner, Allegri, Purpura and more.

    Concert duration: 1:52:30 hours.

    Live recorded at Tel Aviv Museum of Art in 10.5.21.

  • The romantic voice

    The Israeli Vocal Ensemble
    Conductor Yuval Benozer
    Guest Conductor Guy Pelc
    Pianist Pazit Gal

    The Romantic movement in art and philosophy emphasized the emotions and desires of the individual, and swept 19th-century Europe to a burst of creativity in all fields of art. Music, in particular, was perceived as the pinnacle of the arts, and choral music flourished and increased in numbers as it rose in quality. In this program, The Israeli Vocal Ensemble presents choral gems by the great composers of 19th-century Europe: Brahms, Schumann, Schubert, Rossini and Elgar. For the first time in Israel, there will also be a performance of Arnold Schoenberg’s moving piece Peace on Earth.

    Concert duration הקונצרט: 1:22:19 hours.

    Live recorded at Tel Aviv Museum of Art in 11.4.21.