One of the jewels of Jerusalem, the Eden Tamir Music Center was founded in 1968 by duo-pianists Alexander Tamir and the late Bracha Eden in an ancient house surrounded by a magical garden at the picturesque Ein Karem neighborhood.

Presenting concert programs under the artistic direction of Alexander Tamir for more than 40 years, the 2019 Israel Festival is proud to host three Friday concerts devoted to one of the foremost instruments in the history of music – piano. The concerts will feature works by Brahms, Debussy, Stravinsky, Rachmaninoff, and Schubert.

Friday, 31.5, 12:00 noon, 120 min., no intermission
Brahms Fest
Peter Frankl and Friends

Cello Sonata No.2 in F Major, Op.99
Clarinet Sonata No.2 in E Flat Major, Op.120 No.2
Waltzes Op.39 for Piano 4 Hands
Clarinet Trio, Op.114
Musicians: Peter Frankl (piano), Zvi Plesser (cello), Gilad Harel (clarinet), Einat Fabrikant (piano)

Friday, 7.6, 12:00 noon, 120 min., no intermission
Concerto for Two Pianos
Roman Rabinovich and Adam Golka, piano duo

Debussy – “The Sea” (Adam Golka’s adaptation for two pianos)
Stravinsky – Concerto for two pianos
Rachmaninov – Symphonic Dances

Friday, 14.6, 12:00 noon, 120 min., no intermission

The Jerusalem Piano duo – Shir Semmel and Dror Semmel

Fantasie in F minor, D.940
Allegro in a minor, D.947, ” Lebensstürme”
Sonata in C major for piano four-hands, D 812, “Grand Duo”

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