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    Concert: Great Israeli and American Songbook

    A family event featuring music from Bach to Arik Einstein, Sasha Argov, Paul Simon, The Beatles and more

    When: Saturday, 9/9/2017 5:00 PM Export event

    Where: Schultz Cultural Arts Hall

    The Ronen Foundation of America invites you to a music celebration! Join us for a festive, colorful concert, featuring classical music highlights and Israeli classics, performed by Israel's most outstanding young artists.

    Performers:

    Tal Katsir – Vocals
    Gon Halevi – Piano and Vocals
    Be'eri Moalem – Violin and Viola


    Tal Katsir performs across the world with different orchestra and ensembles. She has performed at the Sheldonian Theater Oxford, St. Paul's Cathedral in London, Kol Hamusica Festival, Harvard University, the Jerusalem National Library and more.

    Gòn Halevi is a singer, pianist, actor and composer. He is currently studying for a Bachelor's degree in opera singing at the Mannes School of Music in Manhattan. "Our audience was enchanted by the musical capabilities of Gòn Halevi, both his genuine, rich voice and his virtuoso piano playing, as well as his charming personality that crossed all language borders.” ~ Ambassador of Israel Irit Lillian, Bulgaria

    Be'eri Moalem performs with the San Francisco Chamber Orchestra, Monterey Symphony, Fresno Symphony, as concertmaster as well as with the choral ensemble Viva la Musica, Stanford Symphony, Barbaresco Classica (Italy), and many others.

     

     

    Saturday, September 9
    5:00 PM
    Schultz Cultural Arts Hall
    $30 General Public | $25 Members and J-Pass holders | $15 Children of All Ages
    Contact: Ilanit Gal | (650) 223-8649 | [email protected]

     

     

     

     

     

     

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