GIL SHOHAT HOSTS TOP ISRAELI ARTISTS
ACHINOAM NINI, MATTI CASPI, NURIT GALRON, RED ORBACH, DANIEL SALOMON, DAVID D’OR, MIRA AWAD, MARK ELIYAHU are just a few of the artists who will be taking part in Trilogy +
Exclusively at the Heichal Hatarbut Tel Aviv
When the world of classical music meets the world of Pop, Jazz and international music.
Gil Shohat will host the top Israeli artists in a series of 3 concerts which combine classical music with various musical styles: from the cinema, love songs and songs from the Bible.
Artistic Director, conductor and piano (pianist) : Gil Shohat
FOR THE FIRST TIME ON THE STAGE AT HEICHAL HATARBUT TEL AVIV
A series which intertwines classical music with Pop and Jazz , aimed to music lovers with varied tastes. Every person will be able to find a style that he can connect to.
Each performance, will be taking place at Hechal Hatarbut from the beginning of April. The concerts will encompass a series of compositions based on a specific theme.
SONGS FROM THE CINEMA: (FRIDAY APRIL 15, 2016 13:00)
The Cinematic classic songs will be performed by:
Nurit Galron, Leonid Ptashka, Daniel Salomon, Janna Gandelman- violin, Keren Hadar – sopran, Bat Kol Choir, Ptashka Jazz Ensembleand Polyphony Ensemble will play
the familiar songs from Singing in the Rain, Aquarius, Fiddler on the Roof, Grease, The Sound of Music, “HaShoter Azulay”, West Side Story and more The scenes from the movies will be screened during the performance
MADNESS OF LOVE (FRIDAY , MAY 13, 2016 13:00)
Matti Caspi, Red Orbach, Yasmin Levy, Mira Awad, Hadar Atari and Polyphony Ensemble performing the popular Hebrew songs : Habibi, Belibech, Brit Olam, Lakachta et Yadi, Merov Ahava, HineHine, and arias of love by Verdi, Puccini, Offenbach and many more.
SONGS FROM THE BIBLE (Thursday June 16, 2016 21:00)
A musical combination with songs from the classical music and the Bible as reflected in the traditional Jewish music.
Achinoam Nini, David D’Or, Mark Eliyahu, Svetlana Sandler, Bat Kol Choir and Polyphony Ensemble performing the songs: Bereshit, Avraham Avinu, Boi Cala, Shma Israel, Adon Ha Slichot, Lecha Dodi, The Slaves’ Choir from Nabuko, Kadish, Woman of Valor, Samson and Delilah and more.