New York, NY
Monday, May 21, 2012
Symphony Orchestra of TAU's
Buchmann–Mehta School of Music
Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall
881 Seventh Avenue
New York City
The renowned Symphony Orchestra of Tel Aviv University's Buchmann–Mehta School of Music has performed all over the world. Now these extraordinary musicians are coming to Carnegie Hall for one very special concert.
Conducted by Zeev Dorman
Mozart: "Don Giovanni," K. 527
"Finch' han dal vino"
Zachariah Njoroge Karaiithi, baritone
"Batti, batti, o bel Masetto"
Einat Aronstein, soprano
"Là ci darem la mano"
Zachariah Njoroge Karaiithi & Einat Aronstein
Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante in E-flat Major for Violin and Viola, K. 364
Hagai Shaham, violin
Matan Noussimovitch, viola
Vivaldi: Concerto in G Minor for Two Violincellos, RV 531
Hillel Zori, cello
Kristina Reiko Cooper, cello
Mozart: Symphony No. 35 in D Major, "Haffner," K. 385
ABOUT THE SCHOOL
The Buchmann–Mehta School of Music at Tel Aviv University was founded in 2004 to ensure the future of Israel's orchestras by preparing a new generation of exceptional young musicians — orchestral performers, conductors and others — for professional careers.
Since the school's creation, more than 50 students have performed with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, and 40 of the world's leading musicians have visited the school to give master classes. Students have won dozens of prizes in prestigious international competitions, and the orchestra performs in some of the world's most distinguished venues, including the United Nations, the Auditorio Nacional de Musica in Madrid, the Tonhalle in Zurich, and the Konzerthaus in Berlin, to glowing reviews.
For more information, contact Gail Reiss at email@example.com.