Zehavi premieres new work

The Israel Chamber orchestra conducted by Gil Shohat will premiere Oded Zehavi's "The Author's Tale," a work for solo cello and soprano based on Luigi's Pirandello's Conversation with a Character.

By HELEN KAYE
March 13, 2006 09:59

 
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The Israel Chamber orchestra conducted by Gil Shohat will premiere Oded Zehavi's "The Author's Tale," a work for solo cello and soprano based on Luigi's Pirandello's Conversation with a Character, a book of stories in which the Italian playwright examines the link between the creator and the created. In this particular story, a character pleads with the author for inclusion. Also in the program, one of Shohat's early works, "The Nightingale and the Rose". The three concerts are at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art on March 19 and 23.

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