For the fourth year, the Israel Festival and the Felicja Blumental Music Center are proud to present the Peom Balev special series of Israeli chamber music, featuring original works by Israeli composers and musicians.
This year, Poem Balev presents two programs: “Connecting Miniatures” – musicians and composers revisit works created by local composers in the nation’s early years, and “Coexistence” – Israel’s socio-political conflict as reflected through two original works that combine different musical styles, western and eastern instruments, and a text by David Grossman.
In collaboration with FBMC association, Rad, Israel Cultural Administration, Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality / Editor: Avigail Arnheim

Friday, 11.6, 12:00, approx. 70 min., no intermission – Connecting Miniatures
Yehuda Zisapel – Flute Miniature (world premiere)
Mordechai Seter – “Epigrams” for flute and cello
Ben Zion Orgad – “The Good Dream” for alto and violin. Text: Song of Songs
Yehuda Zisapel – Violin Miniature (world premiere)
Abel Ehrlich – “Secrets” for flute
Tzipi Fleisher – “Recovery” for cello
Yehuda Zisapel – Clarinet Miniature (world premiere)
Erich Walter Sternberg – “Die Ferne Fluete” for alto and flute. Text: Ly Tai Po
Andre Hajdu – Etudes for violin and clarinet
Yehuda Zisapel – Flute Miniature
Moshe Kilon – “Dialogues” for flute, clarinet, violin, and cello

Performed by Nitzan Alon (alto), Yossi Arnheim (flute), Matan Dagan (violin), Shira Eliasaf (clarinet), Yifat Weltman (cello)

Friday, 18.6, approx. 70 min., no intermission – Coexistence

Oded Zehavi – “Ductus” for Oud and String Quartet (world premiere)
Lior Navok – “Hope Cycles” for string quartet and the text “Yesh Matzav” by David Grossman (world premiere)

Performed by Carmel QuartetRachel Ringelstein and Tali Goldberg (violins), Shuli Waterman (viola), and Tami Waterman (cello) / Taiseer Elias (oud), Rodia Kozlovski (narrator)

 

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