Last updated October 20th 2015
In a meeting of two Israeli classical music powerhouses, the Israeli Vocal Ensemble will be joined by the Israel Symphony Orchestra Rishon LeZion in a concert of religious music – some of the best-loved and most exciting works of Handel, Mozart and Mendelssohn.
Conducted by its founder, Yuval Benozer, the Israeli Vocal Ensemble is a leader in the Israeli music scene, performing classical favorites such as these but also giving voice to newer contemporary works.
Under the baton of Maestro Benozer will be soon-to-be-world-famous countertenor Alon Harari, soprani Talia Dishon and Daniela Skorka, and bass Yoel Sivan.
On the program:
Mendelssohn – Motet Opus 78 no. 2 “Richte mich Gott”
Mozart – Vesperae solennes de confessore (K.339)
Handel – Dixit Dominus (HWV 232)
When and where?
Ra’anana Center for the Arts, 2 Hapalmach St. – October 25 at 20:30. Tickets are 85-95 NIS, and may be purchased online via this link.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art – October 26 at 20:30. Tickets are 100-120 NIS