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Solomon says that his audience appreciates the orchestra’s work: “Never in its history has the Sinfonietta had as many subscribers as we have now.”

By MAXIM REIDER
July 1, 2011 17:29
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“We put on operas in the past, but now that we have a new home, we can finally present fully staged operatic shows,” says musical director and chief conductor of the Sinfonietta Beersheba for the last six seasons Doron Salomon. “Ours are very varied musical offerings,” he continues. “This month alone, we are performing several different programs, ranging from Jazzing the Beatles with Amikam Kimelman’s ensemble and Sleeping Beauty and the Magic Bells with the Hand-Bell Ensemble, to Mozart’s masterpiece The Marriage of Figaro.”

Solomon says that his audience appreciates the orchestra’s work: “Never in its history has the Sinfonietta had as many subscribers as we have now.”

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The current production was created together with the Israeli Opera Tel Aviv-Jaffa.

The cast is made up of young Israeli artists, among them Gabriel Lowenheim, Yemima Milo, Alla Vasilevitsky, Yair Goren, Efrat Ashkenazy, Dika Filosof and Yifat Weisskopf..

The Marriage of Figaro at the Beersheba Center for the Performing Arts on July 2 at 9 p.m. and July 4 at 8:30 p.m.. For reservations, call: (08) 626-6422.

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