Tomáš Tuláček and Friends

Two festive concerts with violin virtuoso Tomas Tulacek

A festive concert with international violinist Tomáš Tuláček, founder of the Moscheles Ensemble, dedicated to promoting music of Jewish composers from past and present.​

Further details at:

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Between Prague and Tel Aviv

  • Friday, September 6, 2019
  • Beit Hayozer - Hangar 22, Tel Aviv Port
  • Tomas Tulacek - Violin
  • Shaked Shachar - Piano
  • Uri Brener - Piano
  • Uri Netanel - 'Cello
  • The Spectrum Ensemble led by conductor and violinist Zvi Carmeli
  • Rosalind Hershkovitz, Eliraz Carmeli - Sopran

Wonderful music by Uri Brener, Uri Netanel, Boris Levenberg, Ido Shirom, Daniela Cohn-Levitas, Shaked Shachar, Michael Wolpe and Efrat Gerlich and also Rhapsodic Variations by Croatian composer Miroslav Miletič (Israeli premiere)

  • Doors open: 12:30 PM
  • Show start: 1:00 PM
  • 43 NIS on Pre-sale
  • 53 NIS at the door​

Between Prague and Jerusalem

  • Saturday, September 7, 2019
  • St. Andrew's Church 1 David Ramez street, Jerusalem
  • Tomas Tulacek - Violin
  • Shaked Shachar - Piano
  • Rosalind Hershkovitz and Eliraz Carmeli - Soprano
  • Jacob Miron (Flute and Clarinet)
  • Uri Netanel - 'Cello
  • Efrat and Ehud Gerlich - Accordion and Double Bass

Balkan pieces arranged by Efrat-Rachel Gerlich, arias by J.S. Bach, L. Sphor, G. Bononcini and more.

  • Show start: 8:30 PM
  • Free Admission,
    Donations will
    be collected during
    the concert

Efrat Gerlich produces this concert series.

Information

Friday's concert

  • Friday, September 6, 2019
  • Beit Hayozer - Hangar 22, Tel Aviv Port
  • Doors open: 12:30 PM
  • Show start: 1:00 PM
  • 43 NIS on Pre-sale
  • 53 NIS at the door
  • Tomas Tulacek - Violin
  • Shaked Shachar - Piano
  • Uri Brener - Piano
  • Uri Netanel - 'Cello
  • The Spectrum Ensemble led by conductor and violinist Zvi Carmeli
  • Rosalind Hershkovitz, Eliraz Carmeli - Sopran

Wonderful music by Uri Brener, Uri Netanel, Boris Levenberg, Ido Shirom, Daniela Cohn-Levitas, Shaked Shachar, Michael Wolpe and Efrat Gerlich and also Rhapsodic Variations by Croatian composer Miroslav Miletič (Israeli premiere)

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Saturday's concert

  • Saturday, September 7, 2019
  • St. Andrew's Church, 1 David Ramez , Jerusalem
  • Show start: 8:30 PM
  • Free admission *, donations will be collected during the concert

(* Subject to availability)

  • Tomas Tulacek - Violin
  • Shaked Shachar - Piano
  • Rosalind Hershkovitz and Eliraz Carmeli - Soprano
  • Jacob Miron (Flute and Clarinet)
  • Uri Netanel - 'Cello
  • Efrat and Ehud Gerlich - Accordion and Double Bass

Balkan pieces arranged by Efrat-Rachel Gerlich, arias by J.S. Bach, L. Sphor, G. Bononcini and more.

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Program:

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Program Summary:

Uri Brener – Jewish suite 

Uri Netanel – Desert Landscape 

Boris Levenberg – Cinema of our Love

Ido Shirom – Apocalypse for piano

Daniela Cohn-Levitas – Sonata no.1

Shaked Shachar – Midnight Journey for piano

Miroslav Miletič – Croatian Dance from Dalmatia (Israeli premiere)

 

– Intermission –

 

Michael Wolpe – Piano Trio No. 3 (1st movement)

Efrat-Rachel Gerlich – Macedonian Fantasy 

Uri Netanel – Kaddish (Premiere)

Henry Weinblat (Arr. Efrat Gerlich) – Aaronic Blessing (singers)

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  • St. Andrew's Church, 1 David Ramez , Jerusalem

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Come to experience a special concert in Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv

Tomáš Tuláček and Friends

Between Prague and Jerusalem

  • Saturday, September 7, 2019
  • St. Andrew's Church
    1 David Ramez street, Jerusalem
  • Show start: 8:30 PM

A festive concert with international violinist Tomáš Tuláček, founder of the Moscheles Ensemble, dedicated to promoting music of Jewish composers from past and present.

He will be joined by Rosalind Hershkovitz
and Eliraz Carmeli - Soprano,
Jacob Miron - flute and clarinet,
Shaked Shachar and Ido Shirom -
piano, Uri Netanel - ‘cello,
Efrat and Ehud Gerlich - accordion
and double bass.

The program will include Balkan music arranged
by Efrat-Rachel Gerlich and arias by
J.S. Bach, L. Spohr,
G. Bononcini
and more.

  • Admission free
  • Donations will be collected during
    the concert

Further details at:

C.ArtistsSite.com

Tomáš Tuláček and Friends

Between Prague and Tel Aviv

  • Friday, September 6, 2019
  • Beit Hayozer - Hangar 22, Tel Aviv Port
  • Doors open: 12:30 PM
  • Show start: 1:00 PM

A festive concert with international violinist Tomáš Tuláček, founder of the Moscheles Ensemble, dedicated to promoting music of Jewish composers from past and present.

He will be accompanied by Shaked Shachar and Uri Brener (both are composers and pianists) and by the Spectrum Ensemble led by violinist Zvi Carmeli. Guest singers Rivka Falk and Rosalind Hershkovitz will be accompanied by the Ensemble.

The program will include works by wonderful Israeli composers – Uri Brener, Boris Levenberg, Efrat-Rachel Gerlich, Daniela Cohn-Levitas, Shaked Shachar, Ido Shirom, Michael Wolpe and Uri Netanel (several of them will be premiered in this concert) and also Rhapsodic Variations,
a revelation virtuoso work by the late
Croatian composer Miroslav Miletič
(Israeli premiere), which is based
on a Macedonian theme.

This work will be coupled
with Efrat Gerlich’s
Macedonian Fansasy for
Solo Violin and ensemble.

  • 43 NIS on Pre-sale
  • 53 NIS at the door

Further details at:

C.ArtistsSite.com