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Words beneath the trees

Galil Trio

13 September 2014


Concert and Reading as part of the Cultural Summer Program 2014

Two man and one women sitting with instruments in a bunch of leaves

Galil Trio
© Tim Deussen

The Galil Trio are three Israeli musicians living in Berlin – cellist Noa Chorin, clarinetist Nur Ben Shalom, and pianist Daniel Seroussi. All three are graduates of the "Hanns Eisler" Academy of Music and have already proven their musical mastery through numerous awards, scholarships, and concerts with famous orchestras including the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra conducted by Daniel Barenboim, the Moscow Symphony Orchestra and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. 

The Galil Trio was founded in 2013 and its program builds a bridge between the past and future of Israelis and Jews who live and work in Germany. This evening, the audience is invited on a very special journey through time – from the music of Carl Goldmark and Carl Spring, two of the most important composers in Vienna until 1938, through Joachim Stutschewsky, who was born in Ukraine and emigrated to Israel, to the Israeli composer Lior Navok who now lives in Berlin.

In addition to the concert, texts by Jewish and Israeli writers will be recited that the musicians perceive as having a special connection with their works.

Music and lyrics by Noa Chorin (cello), Nur Ben Shalom (clarinet), Daniel Seroussi ( piano), and Oliver Brod (Speaker)

When

13 September 2014, 6 pm

Where

Museum Garden

Admission

free

Contact

Nadja Mau
Tel +49 (0)30 25993 491
Fax+49 (0)30 25993 513
n.mau[at]jmberlin.de

The museum café "Café Schmus" caters for guests in the garden - picnic baskets can also be ordered. For information on picnic basket orders, contents, and prices, please contact the Museum Café on tel. +49 (0)30 25 79 67 51 or by email to cafe-jmb[at]koflerkompanie.com.

Children’s program – t-shirt printing and large toys are on offer.

All events in the series "Words beneath the Trees" will be held in the Museum Garden (in bad weather in the Glass Courtyard).

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