2020-2021 Concert Season

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Due to the corna virus, it is not possible to commit to predetermined places,
the inlay will be done before each concert according to the requirements of the Ministry of Health

* The program is subject to change

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Concert No.1

Bach and the French Overture

Patrick Ayrton – conductor/solo harpsichord

Daniela Skorka – soprano

Bach – Orchestral Suite No.1

Rameau – Arias for soprano and orchestras from “Platée”, “Dardenus”, “Castor Pollux”

Staurday 24.10.2020 at 12:00 St. John Church

Sunday 25.10.2020 at 20:00, International YMCA, Jerusalem

Tuesday, 25.10.2020 at 20:00 – Zucker Hall, Tel Aviv Cultural Hall

 

Concert No.2

250th Anniversary of Beethoven’s Birth

David Shemer – conductor

Michael Tsalka – fortepiano

Einat Aronstein – soprano

 

The premiere of Beethoven’s Concerto No.0, performed on fortepiano, alongside a Mozart Concert Aria and Haydn songs. A Classical program performed on period instruments

Saturday 5.12.2020 at 12:00 St. John Church 

Tuesday 8.12.2020 at 20:00, International YMCA, Jerusalem

Sunday, 6.12.2020 at 20:00 – Zucker Hall, Tel Aviv Cultural Hall

 

 

Concert No.3

De ProfundisJ.S.Bach – Music of Mourning

Andrew Parrott – conductor

Tom Ben Ishai- Soprano

Maya Amir-Alto 

Tenor – TBA

Guy Pelc- Bariton

Maetro Andrew Parrott

 

J.S.Bach – Cantatas for 4 soloists composed on the death of Prince Leopold

Wednesday 6.1.2021 at 20:00, International YMCA, Jerusalem

Friday, 8.1.2021 at 13:00, Zucker Hall, Tel Aviv Cultural Hall

 

 

Concert No.4

The Music of the War

(17th-Century Germany)

Andres Mustonen – conductor

Hortus Musicus

 

Music of Heinrich Schütz and his contemporaries composed during the 30 Years War – vocal-, instrumental- and choral works.

Sunday 14.2,2021 at 20:00, International YMCA, Jerusalem

Monday 15.2.2021 at 20:00 Zucker Hall, Tel Aviv Cultural Hall

 

 

 

 

Concert No.5

La Calisto

David Shemer – conductor

The Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra and singers of the Meitar Opera Studio (Israeli Opera)

Shirit Lee Weiss – stage director

 

The Israeli premiere of Francesco Cavalli’s spectacular opera “La Calisto”, fully staged. It tells the story (based on the myth of Calisto from Ovid’s “Metamorphoses”) of Jupiter who, in order to win Calisto’s love, disguises himself as the goddess Diana, while his wife Juno tries to separate the two by turning Calisto into a bear. Intertwined in the plot is the love story of Diana and the shepherd Endymion.

Sunday 2.5.2021 at 20:00 Zucker Hall, Tel Aviv Cultural Hall

Monday 3.5.2021 at 20:00, International YMCA, Jerusalem

 

 

 

 

Concert No.6

Te Deum

David Shemer, Matthias Maute – conductors

Ensemble Caprice (Montreal)

Shahar Choir- Artistic Director Gila Brill

A unique concert in which players of the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra will collaborate with the renowned Canadian Ensemble Caprice, about which the New York Times critic wrote: “This is the ensemble that invites listeners to rehear the world”.  The two ensembles will join to perform Charpentier’s “Te Deum” alongside works of Rameau and Telemann. The collaboration will continue when the same program will be performed again at the Montreal Baroque Festival.

 

Sunday 13.6.2021 at 20:00 Zucker Hall, Tel Aviv Cultural Hall

Monday 14.6.2021 at 20:00, Jerusalem International YMCA