Love in Israel – Treasured Love Poems
The love poems by Bialok, Alterman, Manor, Einstein and more Orit Wolf hosts Tenor Guy Manheim in an unforgettable program of love poetry
Orit Wolf Hosts Violinist Hagai Shaham and Cellist Hillel Zori The two Trios by Schubert, op. 99 & 100
One on One
An interdisciplinary Concert of Music and Dance. Pianist and Dancer together on stage with an open and challenging talk on the creative process. Guest Artist: Choreographer and Dancer Renana Raz. Works by Bach, Mozart, Debussy, Satie and Orit Wolf.
From Impressionism to the French Chansons
Orit Wolf hosts Soprano Sharon Rostorf Zamir and Bass player Adam Ben Ezra. A powerful French program from the songs of Duparc, Faure and Debussy to the major 20th century chansons of Edith Piaf and Jacque Brel (Parole, Parole; ne me quitte pas, etc).
Journey from Waltz to Tango – In Four Hands and Four Legs
A most powerful concert with two outstanding dancers that take us to a journey from the Waltzes of Schubert to the Tango of Piazzolla and Gardel. Chopin: Waltzes, Tolstoy: Waltz, Strauss: Blue Danube, Tchaikovsky: Waltz of the Flowers, Saint Saens: Danse Macabre, Piazzolla: Milongoa and Libertango, Carlos Gardel: Por Una Cabeza. Guest Artists: Pianist Yoni… View Article
The Art of Improvisation and Transcription
Original transcriptions and improvisations on the canon master composers, played by Orit Wolf and pianist Tal Zilber in two pianos. A program with full participation of the audience, where the actual participants take part and get to choose songs they love to be played with variations and improvisations. Not to be missed.
The Last Tango – Piazolla and Friends
A Fascinating and sparkling program of the best tangos by Piazolla and Gardel. ( Tiko Tiko, Oblivion, Liber Tango) Orit Wolf hosts Accordion virtuoso Emil Aybinder, Improviser Tal Zilber and more friends. A rare program with original transcriptions for two pianos, accordion, violin and bass.
Jazz, Samba and Bossa Nova in Brazil
A radical shift from the “Classical” world to new, revealing transcriptions of Chopin, Beethoven and Bach into the Bossa Nova rhythms. A stimulating concert of greatest artists who play and improvise on the great masters. Carlos Jobim: The Girl from Ipanema, How Insensitive, Quiet Nights and quiet Stars, Gentle Rain, No More Blues, One Note… View Article
Counterpoint for Two
A recital with Soprano Enas Massalha ( Guest artist: Oud player Elias Wakileh) Cosmopolitan Collage between two women who came from differnet cultures but similar experiences Music from Egypt, Azerbaijan, Japan, Italy, Spain and Israel. From the Arias of Puccini to Egyptian and Lebanese songs. Truly exotic Experience of music, languages, repertoire and meeting point… View Article
1888 – The Romantic Twilight
Violin & Piano: Orit Wolf and Sergey Ostrovsky 1888 was a fascinating transitional year in the western music, where romanticism meets impressionism. Nationalism has also been taking a major place in music culture. It is in this concert that Wolf and Ostrovsky are playing the Master Pieces of that intriguing year, while sharing their own… View Article