– Classical music concerts is taking place in Tel Aviv form 3 to 8 February 2011

From: DirectRooms
Published: Sat Dec 25 2010

The concerts will begin at 20.30 each evening and take place in the Fredric Mann Auditorium at Tel Aviv Museum. This interesting facility is on Sderot Sha'ul HaMelech, a principal city thoroughfare, and close to the Old Jaffa historic quarter and the seafront. The Tel Aviv hotel in the city centre and on the seafront is expected see a high demand from of concert goers indulging their passion.

The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra is a skilled ensemble that is led by conductor Zubin Mehta and bass baritone Thomas Quasthoff. The ensemble will be performing Webern’s orchestral Passacaglia and six additional pieces. Webern was a colleague of the 2nd Viennese School and renowned for his innovative organization of pitch and rhythm.

Gustav Mahler will be honoured with performances of Kindertotenlieder and Symphony Number 5 in the tone of C sharp minor. Although Mahler was more prolific as a conductor in his lifetime, since his death a century ago his symphonies have received a lot attention and been performed by some of the world’s principal orchestral ensembles.

Lek Boonlert, marketing head of commented: "Classical music aficionados will relish the rare chance of listening to works by Webern and Mahler. The concerts will undoubtedly draw large audiences. Before travelling to Tel Aviv visitors should verify their online hotel choices."


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