From Bach to Yossi Banai
From Bach to Yossi Banai A poweful journey along the songs and stories of childhood, youth and love. Through the Classics from JS Bach to Yossi Banai. Original Transcriptions of Yossi Banai and the beloved Chansons with the Classics of Bach, Chopin an Schubert!
From Street to the Stage
A fascinating Journey from music, artists and instruments who make the path from the ROW experience to the Concert Hall. Orit Wolf hosts Maureen Nehedar, Guy Shani and Danny Rachum and Rami Shuler. Body Drumming, Oud Playing, Persian Singing, Free Improvision. Here is a taste from a live concert held at the Tel Aviv Museum… View Article
“The Symphony of Life”- Nathan Datner ( Actor & Singer) with Orit Wolf on one Stage
The pianist and the actor converse and interview one another on notable moments of their lives and outstandingexperiences in their careers- through music, song and play. Progamme to include music by Ravel, Chopin, Liszt and Musicals: My Fair Lady, Oliver, Fiddler on the Roof and many more.
Orit Wolf hosts the greatest leading artists in joint performance of original compositions that reveal an unforgettable experience. Mark Eliyahu: Kamanche Player Noa Gabay: Harpist Gilad Dobrecky: Percussions
On Passion in Music and Life – Orit Wolf and Haim Shapira
Philosopher and Mathematician Dr. Haim Shapira in a joint concert lecture with Dr. Orit Wolf on “Passion” and its sources. Both Artists run additional lectures: “Genius and Madness” & “White Nights”- on Russian Culture in Music, Literature and
The Magic of the Mandolin-From Valencia to Napoli
Rossini, De Falla, Albeniz, Bartok, Rodrigo and Neapolitan Songs Guest Artists: Mandolin Player Alon Sariel/ Shmuel Elbaz and Tenor Gabi Sadeh
Amadeus in Red
A whole program dedicated to Mozart in his later years. Piano Quartet in G minor Fantasie in C minor (for two pianos- transcribed by Edward Grieg) Sonatas k. 330, 331 Sonata for Two Pianos Duo Wolf/ Farhi & Carmel Quartet
A breathtaking program, all of Jewish music together with a full stage of guest artists- Guest Artists: Cellist Simca Heled, Violinist Nitai Zori, Soprano Karin Shifrin, Contra Tenor Yaniv D’or, Clarinet Player Michal Beit Halachmi and the NAYA Ensemble Music from the Sources to Mendelssohn, Bloch, Boskovitch and Contemporary Israeli composers.
From Ludwig to Beethoven
A Journey into the Sounds and Life of the Maestro, from Bonn to Vienna. Trio Op. 1, no. 3, “Archeduke” Trio, The “Spring” Sonata, “Patetique” and Cello Sonata op. 69 Guest artists: Violinist Asi Matathias and Cellist Hillel Zori
Italian Carnival – The Treasured Arias and Duets of Rossini, Donizetti, Verdi and Puccini
Tosca, La Boheme, Madame Butterfly, Rigoletto, Un Ballo in Moschera, etc. Guest Artists: Tenor Yotam Cohen and Soprano Ira Bertman