Ra'anana Symphonette goes abroad

The Ra'anana Symphonette has been invited to be the festival orchestra at the first international classical music festival in Azerbaijan.

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August 11, 2009 14:03

 
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The Ra'anana Symphonette has been invited to be the festival orchestra at the first international classical music festival being held by the government of Azerbaijan. The festival will run from August 12 to 23 in Qabala in the Caucasian mountains. The Symphonette will play its own concerts, and it will accompany other musicians from abroad; 13 other countries will be participating. Among the soloists and conductors playing at the festival are Farhad Badalbeily, Murad Adigezalzadeh, Oxana Yablonskaya and Boris Berezovsky.

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