The world of music comes to Be'er Sheva
Having narrowly escaped financial collapse, the rejuvenated Israel Sinfonietta is hosting top German choir and performing Irish, Cuban, klezmer and contemporary Israeli music.
When in 1936 Arturo Toscanini first lowered his baton on the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra - the "Palestine Philharmonic Orchestra" at the time - the sound of a single instrument was heard. The first work at the first concert was Carl Maria von Weber's "Oberon" overture, which begins with the sound of a French horn - a delicate, slow call consisting of three notes. The person who...
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