November 14th, 2019 in the Jerusalem Theater: The Netanels pop group perform Aviram Netanel’s songs and instrumental pieces. (The Piano Bar category of the Pianos Festival, Artistic director: Prof. Michael Wolpe.)
Aviram Netanel – vocals, piano, keyboards, Efrat Netanel – vocals, Uri Netanel – cello.

September 7th, 2019 in St. Andrew’s Scottish Church, Jerusalem: Uri Netanel participates in a concert with Slovakian violinist Tomáš Tuláček.

September 6th, 2019 in Beit haYotzer, Tel Aviv: Tomáš Tuláček premiers 2 works by Uri Netanel: “Kaddish” for solo violin and string ensemble (with the Spectrum Ensemble) and “Desert Landscape” in a new version for violin and piano (with Uri Brener).

May 18th, 2019 in St. Andrew’s Scottish Church, Jerusalem: A concert dedicated to Uri Netanel and The Netanels consisted of a selection of songs performed by the Netanels pop group and some works by Uri Netanel, including a new arrangement of “Theme and Variations, for Sameer” for Flute, Tenor voice and ‘Cello, played with Idit Shemer and Leonid Axelrud.

April 9th, 2019 in “Parobrod”, Cultural Centre of Stari Grad, Belgrade: Uri Netanel presents two of his works: “African Story” and “Psalm 106”.


Following the presentation, Uri Netanel Awarded a Golden Medal by WAG International Artistic Organisation.


April 4th in “Parobrod”: Concert “Somewhere, my Love” with Orly Netanel, Classical Guitar, Included a performance of “Theme and Variations, for Sameer” (solo ‘cello) by Uri Netanel. 

January 19th, 2019 in St. Andrew’s Scottish Church, Jerusalem: Uri Netanel played his own ‘Cello Solo “Theme and Variations for Sameer”.

September 5th, 2018 in Beit HaYotzer, Hangar 22, Tel Aviv Port: Discoveries, Contrasts and Connections, works by seven Israeli composers in an End of Summer Concert.

Opening group: The Netanels (3 songs composed and performed on keyboard and voice by Aviram Netanel, with Efrat Netanel – voice, Ortal Netanel-Doron – Electric guitar and Uri Netanel – cello).

In the main program works by Efrat-Rachel Gerlich, Henry Wienblat, Ido Shirom, Shiri Riseman, Yuval Shay-El and Uri Netanel, performed by Rivka Falk, Shiri Riseman, Keren Zamir – voice, Ofra Yitzhaki – piano, Yalon Levi – Electric guitar, Noam Gal – violin, Uri Netanel – cello and others.

June 26 and 29, 2018 in Šibenik, Croatia: Two concerts with Orly Netanel, Guitar and Uri Netanel – ‘cello, for children in the 58th International Children Festival (MDF) and for artists in the World Art Games Team Building, respectively.

Thursday, February 22nd, 2018: Uri Netanel’s work “Improvisations after Alex Wasserman” for Viola Solo was played and improvised by Oded Netanel (the composer’s brother) in a concert honoring the Jews of Monastir-Bitola who died in the Holocaust.
The concert was produced by Efrat-Rachel Gerlich and took place at the Gonenim Music Center, Jerusalem.

Thursday, December 14th, 2017: The Premiers Concert at the 20th “Sounds in the Desert” Festival (2017) featured works by Edo Shirom, Yuval Shay El, Eyal Bat, Uri Netanel, Yechiam Marx, Dror Menashe and Shahaf Auoday.

Uri Netanel’s Psalm 106 was sung in Hebrew and Arabic by Katerina Ray-Chepelev, Marina Gurevich, Leonid Axelrud, accompanied by the Spectrum Ensemble String Quartet (Zvi Carmeli, Yasuko Hirata, Lina Getman and Chagit Glazer).

Saturday night, November 18th, 2017: A special memorial concert for Henri Weinblatt, with music by Henri Weinblatt, Mozart, Handel, Vivaldi, Edo Shirom, Uri Nertanel and Efrat-Rachel Gerlich, took place at the Scottish Church in Jerusalem.

The proceedings were forwarded to ‘Amcha’, for the funding of mental health and social support services to Holocaust survivors.

Thursday, August 3rd, 2017: The 1st movement of Uri Netanel’s Suite for Flute and ‘Cello named “Palm Trees in the Storm” after Sami Michael’s novel, was performed by Idit Shemer (flute) and the composer in a fundraising concert for the restoration of the old cemetery in Monastir, Macedonia.

The concert was produced by Efrat-Rachel Gerlich and Yael Unna and took place at the Gonenim Music Center in Jerusalem.


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