The Israeli Chamber Project: Beethoven, Brahms, Currier, Porat
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The last date listed for The Israeli Chamber Project was Monday January 23, 2012 / 7:30pm.
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Great venue--great performance by some talented musicians.Enjoyed the classical pieces the most.I loved the added piece to the program, but can't remember the name of the composer or the pieces.The newer pieces not as much, but still nice to hear a male harpist and to watch his fingers as they play.Nice arrangements or groupings of musicians and all very well spoken.
Tibi Cziger, clarinet
Michael Katz, cello
Sivan Magen, harp
Assaff Weisman, piano
Itamar Zorman, violin
The Israeli Chamber Project is a new ensemble based in NY and Israel that brings together some of the finest young Israeli musicians to perform classic and contemporary chamber music of the highest quality. They won the 2011 Israeli Ministry of Culture Outstanding Ensemble Award and are set to make their Carnegie Hall debut in February.
Beethoven: Trio for Clarinet, Cello, and Piano in B-flat Major, Op. 11
Sebastian Currier: Night Time for Harp and Violin (1998)
Brahms: Intermezzi Op. 116 no. 2 in A minor, & Op. 117 no. 2 in B flat minor (1892), arranged for harp.
Matan Porat: Night Horses (2007)
Commissioned for the Israeli Chamber Project by the Adele and John Gray Endowment Fund.
Brahms: Piano Trio in C minor, Op. 101 (1886)
This concert sponsored in part by The Israel Center of the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund.
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