7th Festival Program

Founder and artistic director: Andres Mustonen.

20 Concerts in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa and elsewhere in Israel

Leading orchestras, choirs, soloists from Estonia and Israel, performing classical and jazz music

PASTORAL

PASTORAL

Bach, Beethoven & Pärt

BACH JAZZ MUSTONEN

BACH JAZZ MUSTONEN

Art Jazz Quartet playing Bach 'Goldberg variations'

Hommage à Arvo Pärt

Hommage à Arvo Pärt

Festival 7th year Gala

Festival 7th year Gala

Bach, Vivaldi & Pärt

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Bach Goldberg Variations in a jazzy mood

Art Jazz Quartet (Estonia):

Taavo Remmel, double bass

Jaak Sooäär, guitar

Tanel Ruben, percussion

Andres Mustonen, violin & lead

with Roni Ginossar, singer

Yoram Lachish, Oboe

Gan Lev, Saxophone

Bach Jazz Mustonen

Wednesday, 12.2.20 • 20:00 Reccanati,

Tel-Aviv Museum of Art

Pastoral

Monday, 24.2.20  20:00 Reccanati,

Tel-Aviv Museum of Art

Tuesday, 25.2.20 • 20:00,

Henry Crown Hall, Jerusalem

Bach Gloria in excelsis Deo, BWV 191
Pärt Da Pacem Domine
Pärt Salve Regina

Pärt Collage zur B-A-C-H

Bach Cum Sancto Spiritu… Amen
Beethoven Symphony No. 6, Pastoral

Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra

Voces Tallinn Choir (Estonia)

Andres Mustonen, conductor

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Gala

Thursday, 13.2.20 • 20:00 Zucker hall,

Tel-Aviv

Bach, Pärt, Vivaldi and more

Art Jazz Quartet (Estonia)

 Collegium Musicale choir (Estonia)

​Carmel Quartet
Anat Fort, piano

Priit Aimla, Trumpet (Estonia)

Yoram Lachish, oboe

Keren Hadar, soprano

Iris Oja, mezzo (Estonia)

Andres Mustonen, violin & conductor 

Viva Vivaldi  

Viva Vivaldi  

Wednesday, 19.2.20 • 20:30

Israel Conservatory, Tel Aviv

Thursday, 20.2.20 • 19:00

Akko Conservatory

Symphonies in C & G

 Violin Concerto in D

Concerto for two violins in A minor

Concerto for two violins and cello

Arias & motets for mezzo and orchestra


Tel-Aviv Soloists Ensemble

Iris Oja, mezzo (Estonia)

Barak Tal, violin
Andres Mustonen, violin & conductor 

Hommage à Arvo Pärt

Friday, 28.2.20  10:30 Clairmont Concert Hall, Tel Aviv University

Sunday, 01.3.20  14:15 Hecht Hall,

Eshkol Tower, Haifa University

Fratres

Arbos

An den wassern zu Babel sassen wir und weinten

Kindliche Ergebung

Magnificat

Salve Regina

Bogorodice djevo

Für Alina

Da pacem Domine

Peace upon you, Jerusalem

Hortus Musicus (Estonia)

Voces Tallinn Choir (Estonia) | Only in TLV

Andres Mustonen, violin & conductor

Johannes Passion 

Johannes Passion 

Friday, 14.2.20 • 13:00 Reccanati,

Tel-Aviv Museum of Art

Saturday, 15.2.20 • 20:00 Reccanati,

Tel-Aviv Museum of Art

Sunday, 16.2.20 • 20:00 Reccanati,

Tel-Aviv Museum of Art

Tuesday, 18.2.20 • 20:00,

Henry Crown Hall, Jerusalem

J.S. Bach Johannes Passion

 

The Israel Camerata Jerusalem

Collegium Musicale Choir (Estonia)
Keren Motseri, soprano (Israel-Netherlands)

Iris Oja, alto (Estonia)

Anto Õnnis, evengalist (Estonia)
Endrik Üksvärav, tenor (Estonia)
Aare Saal, bass (Estonia)
Andres Mustonen, conductor

Bach Mass

Bach Mass

Saturday, 22.2.20 • 13:00 Haifa,

Greek Orthodox Church

Wednesday, 26.2.20 • 20:00 Reccanati,

Tel-Aviv Museum of Art

Thursday, 27.2.20 • 20:00 Kfar Shmaryahu,

Weil Auditorium

Saturday, 29.2.19 • 12:00 Abu Gosh,

Kiryat Ye’arim Church

Bach Mass in B minor 

Barrocade Ensemble

Voces Tallinn Choir (Estonia)

Yeela Avital, Soprano

Alon Harari, alto

Eitan Drori, tenor

Andres Mustonen, conductor

Hortus Musicus

Hortus Musicus

Saturday, 29.2.20  19:00
Christ Church,

Jaffa Gate, Jerusalem

Heavenly music of the middle ages, renaissance and of our contemporaries

Hortus Musicus (Estonia)

Andres Mustonen, violin & conductor

Art Jazz Quartet from Estonia collaborating with the international singer, Roni Ginossar

Art Jazz Quartet (Estonia)

Taavo Remmel, double bass

Jaak Sooäär, guitar

Tanel Ruben, percussion

Andres Mustonen, violin & lead

Roni Ginossar, singer 

Roni Ginossar & Art Jazz Quartet

Friday, 14.2.20 • 22:00 Beit HaYotzer,

Hangar 22, Tel Aviv

| OPEN AIR CONCERT |

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OPEN AIR CHOIR

À CAPPELLA

Friday ,28.2.20 • 13:30, Music Garden, Sarona Market, Tel-Aviv

Estonian choir music

Voces Tallinn Choir (Estonia)

Mai Simson, conductor