Bach in Jerusalem Festival 2020

Thursday, 12.3.2020

Concert 1

Christophe Rousset- recital

20:00 – Jerusalem YMCA Conference Hall

Conductor and harpsichord legend Christophe Rousset, will play works by Couperin and J. S. Bach

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Friday, 13.3.2020

Christophe Rousset- master-class

15:00 – Jerusalem YMCA Conference Hall

A master-class with harpsichord player and conductor Christophe Rousset

Free entrance But pre-registration is required at : 02-6715-888 Ext. 1

 

 

Saturday, 14.3.2020

Concert 2

Hartmut Rohmeyer – organ recital

11:00 – Jerusalem Dormition Abbey

Prof. Hartmut Rohmeyer, Lubeck Cathedral organist, will play works by J. S. Bach

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Sunday, 15.3.2020

Bach and Jazz Workshop

16:00-20:00 – BYU Jerusalem Center

Selected young musicians will take part in a two-day workshop combining Bach, Jazz and early music practice.

 

Workshop teachers: David Shemer, harpsichord; Noam Schuss, violin; Nethanel Pollak, viola; Anat Fort, piano; Abate Berihun, saxophone

For details and registration, Daniel Maniker: 054-589-9876

 

 

Monday, 16.3.2020

Bach and Jazz Workshop

18:00-20:00 – BYU Jerusalem Center

For details and registration, Daniel Maniker: 054-589-9876

Concert No. 3

Workshop gala concert

20:00 – BYU Jerusalem Center

 Free entrance But pre-registration is required at : 02-6715-888 Ext. 1

Donations are welcome

 

Tuesday, 17.3.2020

Concert No. 4

Carillons playing Bach

20:00 – A special carillon concert from the Bell’s Tower

Free entrance

 

Concert No. 5

Easter Oratorio

20:30 – International YMCA Jerusalem

J.S. Bach – Easter Oratorio; Lutheran Mass

Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra

Christophe Rousset, conductor

Soloists: Tehila Nini-Goldstein, Margot Oitzinger, Richard Resch, Tomas Kral

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Wednesday, 18.3.2020

Concert 6

Fantasias 18:00,21:30

Atalya’s house,Ein-Carm, Jerusalem

Have you ever wondered what music would taste like? Fantasies is a musical-culinary journey for a blindfolded audience.  

The idea behind Fantasies is to allow the other senses to be experienced in their own right, without the domination of visual engagement, and thus enable the audience to give in to the pure experience, without any preconceptions.

Flute and Creator: Roy Amotz (Israel / Germany) Chef: Nadav Malin (  Luiza  Restaurant) Telemann fantasias for flute 

18:00 For Tickets,  21:30 For Tickets

 

Concert 7

Easter Oratorio

Conducted by Christophe Rousset

20:30 – Zucker Auditorium, Heikhal Hatarbut, Tel Aviv

J.S. Bach – Easter Oratorio; Lutheran Mass

Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra

Christophe Rousset, conductor

Soloists: Tehila Nini-Goldstein, Margot Oitzinger, Richard Resch, Tomas Kral

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Thursday, 19.3.2020

Concert 8

Fort on Bach

20.00 Harmony Cultural Center, Hillel stret 27, Jerusalem.

 

Pianist Anat Fort and saxophone player Abbate Berihun, in free jazz improvisations based on themes by J. S. Bach

 

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Concert 9

Easter Oratorio

Conducted by Christophe Rousset

20:30 – Krieger Auditorium, Haifa

J.S. Bach – Easter Oratorio; Lutheran Mass

Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra

Christophe Rousset, conductor

Soloists: Tehila Nini-Goldstein, Margot Oitzinger, Richard Resch, Tomas Kral

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Friday, 20.3.2020

International Symposium

10:00-12:30 – Jerusalem YMCA Conference Hall

Free entrance But pre-registration is required at : 02-6715-888 Ext. 1

 

Concert 10

The Flute Sonatas

Idit Shemer-Flute

David Shemer-Harpsichord

Orit Messer Jacobi- Cello

14:00 – Jerusalem YMCA Conference Hall

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