This year’s four-dayer will focus primarily on works from the late Romantic period, taking in charts from the likes of Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Dvorak and Grieg.
A rewarding, pleasurable and heartwarming listening experience, with a consummate open-minded professional, is clearly in store for the Tel Aviv and Jerusalem audiences.
The latest program of one-on-one instruction, masterclasses and concerts kicks off on Sunday, July 31, and will continue for almost three weeks through to August 18.
Even when playing the same exact notes, each musical instrument sounds differently due to a variety of conditions.
The program features three original works inspired by Mozart, specially written for the Jerusalem East-West Orchestra by Wolpe, Nizar Elkhater and jazz-leaning Guy Mintus.
After an exclusively televised roll out last year, the 23rd edition of the annual music event, one of the main features of the cultural calendar in Tel Aviv, is due to take place October 27-30.
A possible reason for them having been unjustifiably forgotten is presumably that their composers stood under the formidable shadow of Bach and Handel.
The 40-year-old mother of four will showcase her latest recorded offering, Free The Dolphin, at next week’s Jerusalem Jazz Festival, and then on to the Israel Museum.
The concerts will be live-streamed on arims.org.il as well as on eventim.co.il/Arthur. Tickets are required.
Along with eight other Jewish singers and prayer leaders, Brody will showcase the songs written during the pandemic during a concert Monday night.