Light music, serious music and everything in between – this is the motto of a new program, which the veteran classical Atar Trio (Ofer Shelley – piano and arrangements, Tanya Beltser – violin, and Marina Kats – cello) will present at two very special venues – HaTeiva in Jaffa (June 1 at 8:30 p.m.) and the Austrian Hospice in Jerusalem (June 5 at 8:30 p.m.). At the center of the program is Paul Shoenfield’s colorful piece “CaféMusic,” a piano trio that presents “high” and “low” musical materialside by side and explores the relationship between them. The piece wasinfluenced by the light music of the 1940s and ’50s – jazz, blues andklezmer – all within a traditional classical form. Also on the program is a piece by Israeli composer Daniel Jan Freidlin,improvisation segments and pieces by Claud Boling, George Gershwin andMaurice Ravel, as well as a new piece from Israeli composer and LandauPrize laureate Yitzhak Yedid. The piece is dedicated to Atar Trio. For reservations: (03) 682-2403 (Jaffa), (02) 626-5800 (Jerusalem).