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Berkeley City Club
Between Ellsworth and Dana 2315 Durant Ave. Berkeley, CA 94704
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4 stars
The chairs are folding chairs with minimum padding on the seat. If you have back problems, bring a cushion or support.
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If you've never been to the Berkeley City Club, take the tour offered at intermission -- the building is amazing.
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Israeli Chamber Project
12 ratings
4.7 average rating
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aju
198 events
55 reviews
13 stars
attended Jan 24 2012

Technically terrific. Very emotive. Not so concerned about the music.

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27 reviews
6 stars
attended Jan 24 2012

We liked the 2nd half of the program better than the first because of the pieces chosen for performance. The material in the 2nd half was more to our liking. The musicians were all excellent, demonstrating wonderful technique and lovely...continued

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18 reviews
28 stars
attended Jan 24 2012

Good music, performed fairly well.

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Description

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.”

Program:

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