1.2 Sat Beit Hatotchan
7.2 Fri Suzanne Dellal Center
3.3 Tue Beit Shemesh
18.4 Sat Zucker Hall
30.4 Tue Rebeca Crawn Hall
7.5 Tue Open University Raanana
10.5 Sun Mormon University Jerusalem
16-29.6 Japan tour
16 strings and one body
An exciting collaboration between dancer and choreographer Renana Raz and the Toscanini String Quartet. Another instrument joins the classic string quartet: the body. Raz invites the music to pass through the body, offering a personal, musical, dramatic and physical interpretation of the lines that make up the score.
Tradition vs. innovation in performance
An event that brings together two forms of art, exploring the similarities between the world of conservation architecture and classical music: tradition versus innovation in performance.
Architect Amnon Bar-Or, a leader of architectural conservation in Israel, presents his philosophy and the values he seeks while designing a project.
The Toscanini String Quartet showcases the world of classical music and the working processes of the ensemble.
In an intriguing conversation, the artists discuss their research and rehearsal routines and freedom for interpretation.
The Quartet was founded 12 years ago by the members of the Israel Philharmonic orchestra (IPO). The string quartet was established in order to continue the great tradition of string quartets that had been an integral part of the IPO's artistic activity and of the music scene in Israel. The quartet has performed around the world including the Spoleto Festival, Italy, Verbier Festival, Switzerland and Schloss Elmau, Germany.
The quartet members have created and developed a center for chamber music studies in the Buchmann-Mehta school of music in Tel-Aviv.
In 2017 the quartet played in a concert for the inauguration of the “friends of the IPO fund, Vienna”. The Quartet's recent new performance with the prominent choreographer and dancer Renana Raz showcased in a series of performances in Hong Kong.
"The Toscanini quartet played wonderfully with a rich and warm sound, continuing the long outstanding tradition of chamber music of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra"
Maestro Zubin Mehta
Winner of 1993 Vittorio Gui and Verchelli Competitions, has appeared as soloist and chamber musician in concert halls in the USA, Israel, Russia, Poland, Italy, and France.
In 1993, she made her solo debut with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra under Maestro Zubin Mehta. She served as concertmaster of the Bern Symphony Orchestra in
Switzerland during the seasons 2006-2008.
Since the 2014-15 season, she is a leader of the second violins group of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.
Graduate of the Rubin Academy of Music in Tel-Aviv,
and the Rostock Hochschule für Musik, Germany.
From 2004-2013 he resided in Berlin where he was a member of the “Komische Oper Berlin” (Assistant concertmaster), the “Deutsches Kammerorchester Berlin” (concertmaster and principal 2nd violin), the Verbier Festival Chamber Orchestra (concertmaster and principal 2nd violin). Since October 2013 he is a member of the Israel Philharmonic orchestra.
Assistant principal violist of the Israel Philharmonic orchestra since 2004. He was principal violist of the Bern Symphony orchestra in Switzerland.
Graduating from Jerusalem Academy, Dmitry continued his studies in Dallas, Texas at Meadows School of the Arts.
Dmitry is a founding member of the Chamber Ensemble Millennium, at Targ Music Center in Jerusalem.
Born 1963 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. In 1990 immigrated to Israel and joined the Rishon LeZion Orchestra and later the
Camerata Ensemble of Rehovot. Joined the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra in 1992. A founding member of the Tel Aviv Chamber Music Ensemble and the Israel Philharmonic String Quartet. Played chamber with Maxim Vengerov, Gil Shacham, Yefim
Bronfman, Emanuel Axe and Sayaka Soji.