The open air “Shavuot” festival will take place in the courtyard of The Church of St John the Baptist, Ein Karem. Courtesy of Custodia Terrae Sanctae.
Mintus – Our Journey together and Zebekiko for the Brave, Lilian – Premiere of Sad Consolation no 1 (arranged for trio), Britten – Simple symphony, Hayden – string quartets opus 76, Dvorak – Slavonic Dances, Bach – concerto for 2 violins BMV 1043, Vivaldi – concerto for 4 violins RV 580, Handel – Suite in D Major, Torelli – concerto in D major, songs by Morelli, Sermisi, Lasso and Mozart – Crudel perché fin’ora, Vivaldi – Summer from the 4 seasons, Part – fratres, Vivaldi – Oboe concerto in A minor RV461 (arranged for marimba and orchestra)
Igor frug (violin), Tanya Beltser (violin), Matan Noussimovitch (viola), Adiel Shmitt (cello), Alexander Osipenko (bass), Magnificat chamber orchestra, Natalie Rotenberg (cembalo)
Guy Mintus (piano), Taissir Elias (oud), Dimitry Levitas (trumpet), Magnificat Vocal Ensemble
The festival program included:
Magnificat Music Institute celebrates 25 years Gala with the young Magnificat Orchestra, guests and soloists.
The three virtuosos concert: Taiseer Elias – oud, Guy Mintus – piano and Chen Zimbalista – marimba and percussion. A pre-show tour will depart from Mary’s Spring, guided by Pnina Ein Mor.
Baroque music played by strings, trumpet, harpsicord, percussion and the “Magnificat Vocal Ensemble”