classical music

Nazi-looted sheet music returned to modern heirs

Beethoven gave the sheet music to his secretary before it found its way to the wealthy Czechoslovakian Petschek family.

Israeli Vocal Ensemble looks into affairs of the heart

“I think people will leave happy, but also with some useful advice about life and love.” Can’t be bad.


Taking a bow into Tel Aviv Soloists Ensemble's next wave

Violinist Yaakov Rubinstein kickstarts the Tel Aviv Soloists Ensemble’s new season.


Classical musician André Rieu returns to Israel

André Rieu is considered to be one of the most successful violinists in the world and is a revolutionary leader in classical music.


Veteran pianist Garrick Ohlsson keeps his musical options open

A rewarding, pleasurable and heartwarming listening experience, with a consummate open-minded professional, is clearly in store for the Tel Aviv and Jerusalem audiences.


Music is music at this year's Tzlilei Stav music festival

Tzlilei Stav started out at Tefen in 2016, moving on to Ein Kerem for a couple of years before ending up in Abu Gosh.


‘I Am A Guitar’ international festival unveils the riches of Polish classical guitar music

Polish strings attached: Kowalski’s festival concert at Tzavta should be thoroughly entertaining, engaging, enlightening and pretty exciting, too.


Canadian classical violinist Lara St. John comes to Beersheba

Music lovers, who go along to the Beersheba Performing Arts Center this Saturday evening (9 p.m.), can look forward to a quality and, no doubt, emotive display of classical instrumental mastery.


Grapevine July 8, 2022: Not newsworthy?

Movers and shakers in Israeli society.

The MozART quartet brings us its unique mix of melody and fun

This is classical music meets pop culture meets acrobatics and a fair bit of lampooning into the bargain.

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