The Israeli Chamber Project Performs Live in Berkeley
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The last date listed for Israeli Chamber Project was Tuesday January 24, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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Richard Feynman was a true iconoclast, a brilliant theoretical physicist and Nobel Prize winner who played the bongos and was beloved by his students. A rock star among his fellow scientists, he was also enormously popular with non-scientists for his work presenting scientific topics to the general public in an engaging and understandable way. He was perhaps most well-known for his hilarious collections of anecdotes from his life and work, including Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman! This up-close and personal portrait, performed by Jeff Garrett, relives a day in the life of Mr. Feynman, presenting scenes from both his professional life (working on the Manhattan Project and the Challenger inquiry) to his personal life (the death of his wife and his own fight with cancer). This touching and laugh-out-loud biographical play brings forth the humor, warmth and personality that made Richard Feynman a beloved figure of 20th-century science. Learn More
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Join Berkeley Chamber Performances' presentation of this scintillating group of five musicians (violin, clarinet, cello, harp and piano) based in Tel Aviv and New York City. This rare West Coast performance will delight you with musical classics as well as original works composed for the ICP. About this stellar ensemble Telavivcity.com has written, "The Israeli Chamber Project is a real pleasure to behold and its performers are true magicians."
Contrasts — Béla Bartók
Clarinet Trio in A minor, Op. 114 — Johannes Brahms
Three Songs Without Words for harp and clarinet — Paul Ben Haim
Piano Trio No. 1 in C minor, Op. 8 — Dmitri Shostakovich
Night Time for harp and violin — Sebastian Courier