ISRAELI CHAMBER PROJECT - QUEBEC PREMIERE
The MCMF is proud to present the long awaited Montreal appearance of the Israeli Chamber Project. This dynamic ensemble gathers some of the best musicians from Israel and elsewhere, and have won many honours and critical acclaim from both sides of the Atlantic, including the Outstanding Ensemble prize offered by the Culture Minister of Israel in 2011. The ensemble will play works by Brahms, Bartok, and Weber, as well as a work by the Israelian-American composer Shulamit Ran, a Canadian premiere at the Festival.
Date and Time: Tuesday, June 13 at 7:30 p.m.
Location: Pollack Hall, McGill University (map)
(taxes included, including the service fee at Admission of $5.50)
- Regular $61.85
- Senior $51.50
- Students $28.50 (26 years or less)
- Children - Free (12 years or less)
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- Bartok Contrasts, Sz 111, BB 116
- Shulamit Ran Private Game for clarinet cello (Quebec Premiere)
- Weber Quintet for clarinet, Opus 34
- Brahms Quintet for piano in F Minor, Opus 34
- Tibi Cziger, clarinet
- Assaff Weisman, piano
- Yehonatan Berick & Carmit Zori, violin
- Nitai Zori, viola
- Michal Korman, cello
This concert is made possible thanks to the generous support of the Azrieli Foundation, the General Consulate of Israel, the CJA Federation, and the Sir Jack Lyons Charitable Trust.
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