Uri Netanel and The Netanels

A concert with "The Netanels" pop group
and compositions by Uri Netanel, Efrat Gerlich and others.

St. Andrew's Church, 1 David Ramez , Jerusalem
Saturday, May 18th, 20:30

Free admission, donations will be collected during the concert

With composer and 'cellist Uri Netanel,
Singer-songwriter and pianist Aviram Netanel,
Singer Efrat Netanel.

Guest musicians: Idit Shemer - flute,
Rivka Falk, Rosalind Hershkovitz and Leonid Axelroud - voice,
Efrat Gerlich - recorder
and Gloria Shazar and Ido Shirom - piano.

Efrat Gerlich produces this concert series.

Information:

  • Saturday, May 18th 2019
  • St. Andrew's Church, 1 David Ramez , Jerusalem
  • Concert starts at 20:30
  • Free admission, donations will be collected during the concert

Pre-concert sale40 NIS

On the day of the concert*: 53 NIS

(* Subject to availability)

A concert featuring “The Netanels” (Efrat, Aviram and Uri Netanel) in various covers in English (Beatles, Coldplay, Bastille) and Hebrew.(Jonathan Razel, Yishay Ribo, Shuli Natan, Idan Reichel) The other part of the program will contain compositions by Uri Netanel (movements from the suite for flute and cello, variations for voice, flute and cello and Barech Aleinu [the prayer for rain] for two voices and piano). Ther will also be compositions by Efrat Gerlich, Ido Shirom and Henry Weinblat.
Participating guest musicians include: Idit Shemer – flute,
Rivka Tal Falk, Rosalind Hershkovitz and Leonid Axelroud – voice,
Efrat Gerlich – recorder and
Gloria Piano(Gloria Shazar) and Ido Shirom – piano.

Program:

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Program Summary:

• Aviram Netanel – 3 songs
• Uri Netanel – “The Non Dreamer” for soprano and piano
• Efrat-Rachel Gerlich – “Blow a Might Shofar” for soprano and two horns
• Ido Shirom – “Cosmic” first movement, for electric guitar and piano
• Uri Netanel – “The Invisible Carmel” for alto, ‘cello and piano
• Ido Shirom – “Apocalypse” for piano solo

 

– Intermission –

 

• Yuval Shay-El – 3 songs of Robert Frost for soprano and piano
• Uri Netanel – Variations on a theme by Aharon Harlap
• Shiri Riseman – a piece for solo violin
• Efrat Rachel Gerlich – “Prayer of the Heart” for ‘cello and piano
• Uri Netanel – “Barech Alienu” (the rain blessing) for soprano and piano
• Henry Weinblat – Lullaby

at St. Andrew's Church

A concert featuring "The Netanels" (Efrat, Aviram and Uri Netanel) in various covers in English (Beatles, Coldplay, Bastille) and Hebrew.(Jonathan Razel, Yishay Ribo, Shuli Natan, Idan Reichel) The other part of the program will contain compositions by Uri Netanel (movements from the suite for flute and cello, variations for voice, flute and cello and Barech Aleinu [the prayer for rain] for two voices and piano). Ther will also be compositions by Efrat Gerlich, Ido Shirom and Henry Weinblat.

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Recorded live on Saturday August 18, 2018 in Elma hall, Zichron Ya’acov.

With The Spectrum Ensemble

  • Zvi Carmeli - Conductor
  • Eliraz Carmeli - Soprano
  • Yasuko Hirata - Violin
  • Drora Bruck - Recorder
  • Talya Morad - Recorder
  • Marina Minkin - Cembalo
  • Itamar Carmeli - Piano
  • Recording, photographing & editing: ArtistsSite.com

About the Ensemble:

  • Program Notes

Ottorino Respighi – “IL Tramonto” – A lyrical Poem by P.B.Shelley for Soprano with Strings

Ensemble Spectrum

Zvi Carmeli – Conductor

Eliraz Carmeli – Soprano

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Photos from a concert of the new orchestra in the north - Spectrum Ensemble. Founder and Conductor Zvi Carmeli.

Posted by ArtistsSite.com on Tuesday, September 11, 2018

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