Friday May 24 | 11:30
The Henry Crown Symphony Hall, Jerusalem Theater
Concert length
An hour
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Love, Connection and Communication

Roni Porat (conductor and narrator), soprano Keren Hadar and tenor Nimrod Grinboim, in a concert examining different aspects of love, connection and interpersonal communication in music and life.

The season opens with the masterpiece Romeo and Juliet by Tchaikovsky, which is actually “descriptive” program music, continuing through the Sinfonia Concertante for Violin, Viola and Orchestra by Mozart, in which an actual instrumental “love story” takes place in an absolute musical language, and culminating in Bernstein’s songs and duets, all about love relationships and interpersonal communication.



Roni Porat, conductor and narrator
Keren Hadar, soprano
Nimrod Grinboim, tenor




Tchaikovsky Romeo and Juliet: Overture
MozartAllegro maestoso from the Sinfonia Concertante, for Violin, Viola and Orchestra, K. 364
Bernstein – Overture and Duet from Candide
Somewhere and Tonight from Westside Story (Hebrew trans.: Roni Porat)