Photo Credit: The Jerusalem Quartet by Felix Broede
$76 (Prices are subject to change)
Sun., April 5, 2020 at 7PM
The Jerusalem Quartet
Onstage Sessions, Chamber Music
Haydn's Quartet No. 2 in D minor, “Fifths,” Op. 76
Shostakovich's Quartet No. 9 in E-flat major, Op. 117
Brahms' Quartet No. 1 in C minor, Op. 51
With their 1996 debut, young Israeli musicians Alexander Pavlovsky, Sergei Bresler, Ori Kam, and Kyril Zlotnikov embarked on a journey of growth and development that has resulted in a wide repertoire and a stunning depth of expression. In the twenty years since, The Jerusalem Quartet has found its center with a warm, full, human sound, giving refined interpretations of classical repertoire and exploring new genres as well as the works of contemporary composers.
As part of the Soraya’s season-long Violins of Hope project, selected pieces will be performed on instruments from the Violins of Hope collection, in their farewell performance at The Soraya.
VIOLINS OF HOPE
The Violins of Hope
collection will make the journey from Tel Aviv to Los Angeles, in an unprecedented collaboration between The Soraya, the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, four Southern California symphony orchestras, and Chair Susanne Reyto. The Soraya will present three concerts featuring the violins, with an Opening concert on March 22 featuring the LA Jewish Symphony, followed by Israeli conductor Lahav Shani leading the Rotterdam Philharmonic, and concluding with the Jerusalem Quartet on April 5. New West Symphony, The LA Lawyers Symphony, and Long Beach Symphony will host the violins in concerts at other venues throughout the region, reaching audiences across the region. You can find more information about the Violins of Hope
performances and educational activities at ViolinsofHopeLosAngeles.org