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Taking a smooth bow
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February 10, 2017 16:28
When Sivan started playing with Tiefenbrunn, a brave new world opened up for her.
Barrocade

Barrocade performs a varied repertoire, from Renaissance music and all Baroque genres, to the music of Haydn and Mozart. (photo credit:NITZAN SHORER)

Shlomit Sivan likes to keep things running smoothly. For a mother of three, that is something of a prerequisite of daily life, but it is also central to her musical output.

In addition to attending to her regular pressing domestic demands, Sivan earns a crust as first violinist and general manager – a.k.a. chief cook and bottle washer – of the Barrocade ensemble.

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