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Abu-Gosh 55th Vocal Music Festival will take place on June 2019, 7-9.6.19 Guests of the Festival from Estonia at the beautiful St. Joseph Church – Kiryat Yearim near Jerusalem.
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תגיות: Abu-Gosh Festival, Estonian Choir, St. Joseph Church, Kaupo_Kikkas, Keren Hadar, Mati Caspi, Felix Mendelssohn

1 / Friday / 7.6.19 / 11:30 Keren Hadar with Tremolo Ensemble Mendelssohn, de Falla, the Banai Family Song Cycle Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847): Ave Maris Stela Edvard Grieg (1843-1907): The Death of Aasa, arr. Tomer Yariv Manuel De Falla (1876-1946): Siete canciones populares, arr: Moran Magen: 1. El paño moruno. 2. Seguidilla murciana. 3. Asturiana. 4. Jota. 5. Nana. 6. Canción. 7. Polo Bela Bartok (1881-1945): Suite, arr: Tremolo, Uri Mann, Erez Cohen – 1. Three Romanian Dances. 2. The Peacock. 3. Barcarole. 4. Finale from Dance Suite The Banai family Suite: 1. My love / Ehud Banai. 2. Les vieux amants / Jacques Brel, Naomi Shemer. 3. I Put On Powder / Charles Perrault (Mother Goose Tales), Eviatar Banai. 4. Drunk, But Not on Wine, Sabre Dance / Yossi Banai, Matti Caspi, Aram Khachaturian 5. Rain / Meir Banai Keren Hadar – soprano Tremolo Percussion Ensemble: Lior Tal, Daniel Salmonov, Nadav Ovadia, Tomer Galili, Tomer Yariv 2 / Friday / 7.6.19 / 15:00 The Leading Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir Guests of the Festival from Estonia Singing A-Cappella Program A Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Komm Jesu, Komm, BWV 229 Johannes Brahms (1833-1897): Warum ist das Licht gegeben den Mühselige, op. 74 no. 1 Giorgi Ligeti (1923-2006): Lux aeterna Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847): 1. Warum toben die Heiden, op. 78 no. 1, Psalms 2. 2. Richte mich, Got, op. 78 no. 2, Psalms 43. 3. Mein Gott, warum, op. 78 no. 3, Psalms 22 Johann Sebastian Bach: Jesu meine Freude, BWV 227 Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir Ene Salumäe - organist Kaspars Putninš – conductor 3 / Friday / 7.6.19 / 18:00 Pergolesi, Verdi, Puccini, Paganini and Bruckner Giovanni Batista Pergolesi (1710-1736): Magnificat for choir and orchestra Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901): Jewish slaves' song from the opera Nabuco Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924): Requiem in memory of Verdi, for viola solo, choir and orchestra Niccolo Paganini (1782-1840): Venetian Carnival, instrumental Anton Bruckner (1824-1896): Requiem in D minor for choir and orchestra Saida Bar-Lev – violist Shmuel Hershko – tuba player The Ramat Gan Chamber Choir The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra musicians: Saida Bar-Lev, Robert Mozes – violinists / Yuval Kaminkovsky – violist / Marcel Bergman – cellist / Gabriel Volé – double bass player / Irit Rob – organist / Christian Schmiedescamp, Micha Davis, Shauli Hershko – trombonists Hannah Tzur – conductor 4 / Saturday / 8.6.19 / 11:30 The opera Orpheus by G. P. Telemann Love, passion and jealousy with magic Baroque music - Concertante version Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767): Orpheus, or The Wonderful Constancy of Love, opera in three acts Orpheus Opera Ensemble: Daniela Skorka, Hadas Faran, Tal Ganor – soprano Eitan Drori - tenor Oded Reich - baritone Pnini Grubner – bass Tali Goldberg, Smadar Schidlowsky – baroque violin Daniel Tanchelsohn – baroque viola Orit Messer Jacobi – baroque cello Doret Florentin, Netta Hubsher – baroque recorder Amir Bakman – baroque oboe Marina Minkin – harpsichord player Nadav Ovadia – percussion and psaltery Yair Polishook – conductor Merav Barak - producer 5 / Saturday / 8.6.19 / 15:00 The Leading Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir Guests of the Festival from Estonia Singing A-Cappella Program B Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847): 1. Richte mich, Got, op. 78 no. 2, Psalms 43. 2. Mein Gott, warum, op. 78 no. 3, Psalms 22 Johannes Brahms (1833-1897): O Heiland, reiss die Himmel auf, op. 74 no. 2 Gustav Mahler (1860-1911): From Des Knaben Wunderhorn - 1. Urlicht, arr. Clytus Gottwald for 16-voices choir 2. Es sungen drei engel, arr. Clytus Gottwald for 16-voices choir Arvo Pärt (b. 1935): Magnificat Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied, BWV 225 Felix Mendelsshon (1809-1847): Ave Maria, op. 23 no. 2 Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir Ene Salumäe - organist Kaspars Putninš – conductor 6 / Saturday / 8.6.19 / 18:00 Different Prayers in the Church Bob Chilcott (b. 1955): Nidaros Jazz Mass Paul McCartney (b. 1942): Gratia from the oratorio Ecce Cor Meum ilberto Gil (b. 1942): Songs – 1. Aos pes da santa cruz. 2. Se eu quiser fallar com deus. 3. Expresso 2222. 4. Luzia Luluza. 5. Baba alapal Daniel Alomía Robles (1871-1942): El Condor Pasa Tomás Méndez (1927-1995): Cucurrucucú paloma Ariel Ramirez (1921-2010): 1. Alfosina y el mar. 2. Misa Criolla The Kibbutz Artzi Choir Keren Hadar – soprano Tal Koch – tenor Jana Kopelev - pianist Refavela Ensemble: Alon Glasinger – flutist and guitar player / Raz Ezra – flutist / Nadav Ben Ozer – saxophonist / Lior Ozeri – double bass player / Ran Itzhaki – percussionist Ensemble LatinoAmerica: Eduardo Abramson – flutist, percussionist and music director / Marcel Zuber – charango player / Claudio Cohen-Tarika – percussionist Yuval Ben Ozer – conductor 7 / Sunday / 9.6.19 / 11:30 Rossini, Brahms, Villa-Lobos, Gabrieli The German Bach-Freiburg Choir together with the Israeli Maayan Choir Misha Segal (b. 1943): Second bird, lyrics: Nathat Zach, arr. David Mors Giovanni Gabrieli (1557-1612): Gloria Johannes Brahms (1833-1897): 1. Motets from Fest- und Gedenksprüche, op. 109 nos. 1 & 3: Unsere Väter hofften auf dich. Wo ist ein so herrlich Volk. 2. Liebeslieder Waltzes, op. 52 Gioacchino Rossini (1792-1868): Ave Maria Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887-1959): Ave Maria Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) / Charles Gounod (1818-1893): Ave Maria Benjamin Britten (1913-1976): A Hymn to the Virgin Urmas Sisask (b. 1960): Ave Maria Lars Jansson (b. 1951): Salve Regina, arr. Eric Erickson The Freiburg Bach Choir, Germany Anna Immerz, Martin Müller - pianists Maayan Choir, Israel Odelia Sever-Eliezrov - pianist Hannes Reich, Anat Morhag – conductors 8 / Sunday / 9.6.19 / 15:00 The Leading Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir Guests of the Festival from Estonia Singing A-Cappella Program C Felix Mendelsshon (1809-1847): Ave Maria, op. 23 no. 2 Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Jesu meine Freude, BWV 227 Intermission Johannes Brahms (1833-1897): Warum ist das Licht gegeben den Mühselige, op. 74 no. 1 Johann Sebastian Bach: Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied, BWV 225 Gustav Mahler (1860-1911): From Des Knaben Wunderhorn - 1. Urlicht, arr. Clytus Gottwald for 16-voices choir 2. Es sungen drei engel, arr. Clytus Gottwald for 16-voices choir Arvo Pärt (b. 1935): Magnificat Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir Ene Salumäe - organist Kaspars Putninš – conductor 9 / Sunday / 9.6.19 / 18:00 Bach – Johannes-Passion, Oratorio for soloists, choir and orchestra Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Johannes-Passion, BWV 245 Eitan Drori – tenor - Evangelist Yeela Avital – soprano Alon Harari – counter tenor Eran Hanani - tenor Oded Reich, Yoav Weiss – bass The Tel Aviv Chamber Choir Barocada Collective Ensemble Michael Shani – conductor Concerts at the Crypt 10 / Friday / 7.6.19 / 14:00 Pulsating Poetry and Prayer Piris Eliyahu (b. 1960): Out of the Depths, Psalms 130 Dafna Eilat (1938-2002): Songs of My Land, reflections, arr. Oded Zehavi, lyrics: Lea Goldberg / Naomi Shemer Eran Dinur (b. 1974): You and Me and the Coming War, lyrics: Hanoch Levin, arr.: Amit Poznanski Nahum Heiman (1934-2016): Like a Wildflower, lyrics: Rachel Shapira, arr. Yuval Cohen Matti Kovler (b.1980): The Soul Descends, based on Habad tradition Esty Keinan-Ofri (b.1953): I will exalt you, Lord, Psalms 30, based on Jewish-Ethiopian tradition Piris Eliyahu: Biraninay, from the mountains Jews of Dagastan's tradition Amit Poznanski (b. 1974): Now is a Wonderful Time, lyrics: Hanoch Levin Yehudit Ravitz (b.1956): A Daily Love, lyrics: Tirza Atar, arr: Ifat Ziv Sepharadi Tradition: 1. Eggplant recipes, arr. Mark Eliyahu. 2. Durme, Durme, arr. Oded Zehavi. 3. La Vida Do Por el Raki, arr. Jonathan Keren Ensemble Sirenot: Anika Kagan, Inbar Fenster, Moran Lee Kogan, Mayan Rodeh, Inbal Shemesh Shilor, Eva Levit, Mor Rozenfeld Boris Malkovsky – pianist, accordionist and composer Shosh Lagil – conductor 11 / Friday / 7.6.19 / 16:15 "Sound the Trumpets", with Bach, Handel, Vivaldi and Gershwin George Frideric Handel (1685-1759): 1. Eternal source of light divine, from Ode to Queen Ann's Birthday. 2. Rejoice, from “Messiah" Ivan Fischer (b. 1951): Eine Deutsch-Jiddische Kantate for soprano, trumpet and piano Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Sonata no. 2 in D major for viola da Gamba and keyboard, BWV 1028, version for cello and organ Henry Purcell (1659-1695): Sound the trumpet Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741): Domine Deus, from “Gloria”, WV 588 George Gershwin (1898-1937): Summer Time, from Porgy and Bess Mordechai Zeira (1905-1968): Hayu Leilot, lyrics: Jaacob Orland Tal Ganor – soprano Rona Brosh – trumpeter Gal Nyska – cellist Raviv Leibzirer – pianist 12 / Saturday / 8.6.19 / 14:00 Songs and Tunes from the British Iles Featuring Irish harp, whistle recorder and guitar Green Sleeves, Sound Sleep, Wind Blowing, the Sailor's Trumpet, Hector the Brave, Down by the Salley Gardens, Darby Sheep, Bird Lovers Happiness, Black is the Color, Scarborough Fare Anonymous: Green Sleeves Anonymous / Jacob Van Eyck (1590 -1657): Daphne, Song and Variations Henry Purcell (1659-1695): Music for a While Turlough O'carolan (1670-1738): Eleanor Planket for harp solo Traditional songs from the British Isles: 1. Blow the Wound Southerly - English song. 2. Sailors Hornpipe – English tune. 3. Down by the Sally Garden - Irish song. 4. Hectore the Heart and Colby reel - Irish tune. 5. The Ash Grove - Walsh song. 6. Derby Ram - English song Anonymous: Birds Delight for recorder solo Traditional songs from the British Isles: 1. Plaisir D’amour - English Song. 2. Black is the Color - Scottish song. 3. The Cambell’s Are Coming- Scottish tune. 4. Scarbourgh fair - English song. 5. The Star from the County Down - Irish song Revital Raviv – soprano Robi Hod – flutist and whistle recorder player Iris Eyal – Irish harp player Eyal Leber – guitar player 13 / Saturday / 8.6.19 / 16:15 From Italy to Argentina Rossini, Bellini, Gustavino, Gardel, Ginastera Samba, Tarantella, Milonga Alberto Ginastera (1916-1983): Sinco Canciones Populares Argentinas, op. 10 Manuel De Falla (1876-1946): Danza Espan᷈ola from La vida breve for violín and piano, arr. Kritz Kreisler Carlos Guastavino (1912-2000): 1. La Rosa y el Sauce. 2. Vin᷈a de Chapanay Pablo de Sarasate (1844-1908): Zigeunerweisen Vincenzo Bellini (1801-1835): 1. Melanconia, Ninfa Gentile. 2. Vaga Luna que inargenti Gioachino Rossini (1792-1898): 1. La Pastorella delle Alpi. 2. La Danza Maurice Ravel (1875-1937): Tzigane, for violin and piano Carlos Gardel (1890-1935): 1. Por una Cabeza. 2. El Dia que me quieras Sebastian Piana (1903-1994): Milonga Sentimental Sivan Rotem – soprano Eyal Kless – violinist Jonathan Zak - pianist