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Upcoming events

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Uri`s Chamber Symphony will be performed again by the exceptional Tel-Aviv Soloists orchestra under maestro Barak Tal as a part of a Concert Nr.4 of orchestra`s abonnement series at the Israeli Conservatory Tel-Aviv, 25 Louis Marshall st. (Stricker corner). Last time the orchestra has performed this piece it was awarded with a Landau Award for the best performance of Israeli piece in 2015.

Bar-Ilan University Music Department, Ramat Gan; 8pm A world premiere of Uri`s piece for flute and harp "Phoenix" will be taking place. It will be performed by the members of Austrian "Ensemble Airborne Extended"

Asia Hall, Tel-Aviv Art Museum Uri`s "Metamorphosis" for clarinet solo will be performed at the second tour of the prestigious Aviv Competition for young performers in Tel-Aviv both in the general category as well as in the category of the best Israeli piece performance by a member of IPO Jonathan Leibovitz. For mor info go HERE

Festsaal Stadttheater, Ingolstadt, Germany, 6 pm Another performance of Uri`s suite on themes from the "Fiddler on the Roof" for two clarinets solo with the virtuoso Gurfinkel brothers will take place.

Wild Kids Studio, Jerusalem, Haumman str.16; 8 pm Jewish Suite by Uri Brener will be performed as a part of a synthetic multimedia project as performed at the opening of an ancient synagogue in Buynaksk, Dagestan Respublic, earlier this month. The project will be performed together with a renown Israeli painters/animators Max Epstein and Olga Goltser. The project features also prepared electro-acoustic "soundscapes" picturing a story of the Jewish community.

Asia Hall, Tel-Aviv Art Museum, 3:30pm The world premiere of Uri`s "Aria", alongside with "Credo" from 23 Preludes for piano will take place as a part of the prestigious AICF’s Aviv Competition for young performers with Maxim Ostrovsky on piano.

Old Synagogue of Buynaksk, Republic of Dagestan, Russia, 2:30pm Jewish Suite by Uri Brener will be performed as a part of a synthetic multimedia project at the opening of an ancient synagogue in Buynaksk, together with a worldwide renown horn player Arkady Shilkloper and Israeli painter/animator Max Epstein. The project features also prepared electro-acoustic "soundscapes" picturing a story of the Jewish community.