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Season-45

Concert no. 8 - June 2016

Carnival of the Animals – for adults

Conductor: Doron Salomon | Narator and actress: Nitza Shaul | Text: Yaron London
Soloists: Multi Piano – Tomer Lev, Berenika Glixman, Nimrod Haftel-Meiri, Almog Segal

Program:
Respighi: The Hen and the Cuckoo from “The Birds”
Haydn: Symphony no. 83 in G minor, “The Hen”
Vivaldi-Bach: The “Cuckoo” Concerto, originally for 4 pianos, arranged for 8 hands and orchestra
Saint-Saëns: The Carnival of the Animals

The Carnival of the Animals, the renowned work often perceived as a composition for children, is featured in this concert by its own right, with Yaron London’s witty text, presented with grace and humor by the actress Nitza Shaul. We have also collected a few famous additional birds, interpreted by Bach, Haydn and Respighi, featuring Multi Piano, joining us once again in a return command performance. They all will be directed by the Orchestra’s former Music Director, Doron Salomon.

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Concert no. 9 - July 2016

Vienna 8.12.1813

Conductor: Shalev Ad-El
Savoring** Delicatessen from the 19th Century Viennese kitchen
An orchestra of 50 musicians
In collaboration with a team of specialists in historic cooking from Columbia University of New York, and a team of historians from Vienna University

Program:
Beethoven: Symphony no. 7 in A major, op. 92
Meyerbeer: Overture to the opera ”Alimelek”
Beethoven: ”Wellington’s Victory”, op. 91

For the season’s finale we have chosen to offer you, for the first time in Israel, a multi-sensations experience, reconstructing the premiere of Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony as well as ”Wellington’s Victory”. That evening, the 8.12.1813 has been regarded as one of the most formative experiences in the cultural life of Vienna. Some of the Europe’s most famous composers volunteered and gathered to join the orchestra that evening. Following the unprecedented success of the concert, Beethoven repeated it several times for many months after.
Our purpose – a meticulous and accurate reconstruction of all details concerning that concert: its duration, contents, what the audience was doing before, during and after the concert, with spicy and surprising additions.
In several venues – A team of Chefs will offer the public the most accurate reconstruction of the food the Viennese ate after the concert.

** The Viennese kitchen will only be available at some of the concerts, is not Kosher, and will be offered for an additional fee.

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