The 2020 Schubertiade

Music director: Dr. Raz Kohn

Participating artists: The Israel Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Ewald Donhoffer (Austria), Tehila Nini Goldstein (soprano), Sergey Ostrovsky (violin), Aviv Quartet (Switzerland)

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Chamber chapter

 

The Switzerland-based Aviv Quartet,

led by violinist Sergey Ostrovsky,

will once again be participating in the Schubertiade.

Their program, “Last Quartets”, will feature alongside Schubert’s last work in this genre - the String Quartet in G major, D. 887 - Beethoven’s final quartet, op.135,

in celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday

Orchestral chapter

 

The Israel Chamber Orchestra,

conducted by Ewald Donhoffer (Austria)

Soloists: Sergey Ostrovsky (violin), Talia Or (soprano).

 

Among Schubert's works presented: Rondo in A major for violin and strings, “Salve Regina” for soprano and strings, and Symphony No. 2, D. 125

 
 
 

Orchestral chapter

The Israel Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Ewald Donhoffer (Austria), Soloists: Sergey Ostrovsky (violin), Talia Or (soprano). Among Schubert's works presented: Rondo in A major for violin and strings, “Salve Regina” for soprano and strings, and Symphony No. 2, D. 125.

Recanati Concert Hall,

Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Thursday, January 23rd, 8 PM

Saturday, January 25th, 8 PM

The Israel Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Ewald Donhoffer (Austria), Soloists: Sergey Ostrovsky (violin), Talia Or (soprano). Among Schubert's works presented: Rondo in A major for violin and strings, “Salve Regina” for soprano and strings, and Symphony No. 2, D. 125.

Kibutz Ifat Concert Hall

Emek Izrael

 

Sunday, January 26th, 8:30 PM

Chamber chapter

 

The Switzerland-based Aviv Quartet, led by violinist Sergey Ostrovsky, will once again be participating in the Schubertiade. Their program, “Last Quartets”, will feature alongside Schubert’s last work in this genre - the String Quartet in G major, D. 887 - Beethoven’s final quartet, op.135, in celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday.

Chase Concert Hall

Open University, Ra'anana

 

Tuesday, January 28th, 1 PM

The Switzerland-based Aviv Quartet, led by violinist Sergey Ostrovsky, will once again be participating in the Schubertiade. Their program, “Last Quartets”, will feature alongside Schubert’s last work in this genre - the String Quartet in G major, D. 887 - Beethoven’s final quartet, op.135, in celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday.

Symphony Concert Hall

Rosh Ha'ayin Conservatory

 

Tuesday, January 28th, 8 PM

The Switzerland-based Aviv Quartet, led by violinist Sergey Ostrovsky, will once again be participating in the Schubertiade. Their program, “Last Quartets”, will feature alongside Schubert’s last work in this genre - the String Quartet in G major, D. 887 - Beethoven’s final quartet, op.135, in celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday. Prior the concert, at 7:30 PM, Prof. Moshe Zorman will give a talk about the connection between Schubert and Beethoven in Vienna of the early 1800s.

The Israel Conservatory of Music Auditorium, Tel-Aviv

 

Thursday, January 30th, 8:30 PM

The Switzerland-based Aviv Quartet, led by violinist Sergey Ostrovsky, will once again be participating in the Schubertiade. Their program, “Last Quartets”, will feature alongside Schubert’s last work in this genre - the String Quartet in G major, D. 887 - Beethoven’s final quartet, op.135, in celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday.

Heichal Hatarbut

Rishon Le-Zion

 

Friday, January 31st, 12:30 PM

Schubert's 223 Birthday

The Switzerland-based Aviv Quartet, led by violinist Sergey Ostrovsky, will once again be participating in the Schubertiade. Their program, “Last Quartets”, will feature alongside Schubert’s last work in this genre - the String Quartet in G major, D. 887 - Beethoven’s final quartet, op.135, in celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday. Prior the concert, at 7 PM, Prof. Moshe Zorman will give a talk about the connection between Schubert and Beethoven in Vienna of the early 1800s.

Rapaport Concert Hall

Haifa

 

Saturday, February 1st, 8 PM

The Switzerland-based Aviv Quartet, led by violinist Sergey Ostrovsky, will once again be participating in the Schubertiade. Their program, “Last Quartets”, will feature alongside Schubert’s last work in this genre - the String Quartet in G major, D. 887 - Beethoven’s final quartet, op.135, in celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday.

Mormon University Jerusalem

Concert Hall

 

Sunday, February 2nd, 8 PM

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