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Tuesday March 5 | 20:00
Location
The Henry Crown Symphony Hall, Jerusalem Theater
Concert length
Approx. two hours, incl. intermission
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A Jubilee of Ecstasy: Gil Shohat Celebrates 50

A festive tribute concert celebrating the jubilee of the composer, pianist, conductor and producer Gil Shohat. Jerusalem debut performance for Shohat’s largescale piece, alongside Israeli and International popular songs.

 

 

Artists

Gil Shohat, conductor, soloist (piano), host, editor and music director

David D’Or, singer

Tali Ketzef, soprano

Anat Czerny, mezzo-soprano

 

Bat Kol Girls Choir, Tel-Aviv

Anat Morahg, director and conductor

 

 

 

Programme

MozartDon Giovanni: Overture
Lucio DallaCaruso (lyrics by Lucio Dalla)
Avinu Malkenu (Barbara Streisand version)
Uzi HitmanAdon Olam
Offenbach – ‘Le Chanson d’Olympia’ from Tales of Hoffman
Gershwin
– ‘Summertime’, from Porgy and Bess (libretto by Ira Gershwin)
Shmuel Elbaz Keshehalev Bohe/Shma Israel
Jacques Brel
La Chanson des Vieux Amants (lyrics by Jacques Brel, trans. Naomi Shemer)
Ravel Daphnis et Chloé, Suite No. 2
David D’or
Shmor Al Haolam (lyrics by David D’or)
Gil Shohat
– Symphony No. 6, The Cantata of Ecstasy, for soprano, mezzo-soprano, female choir and Orchestra (2000) – ‘A journey from Material Existence to the Kether Sphere’, premiere with the JSO