The Tzvi Tzur series: For the Entire Family
Music, Rhythm and Movement
Under the baton and direction of Chen Zimbalista.
5 performances that combine the classical orchestra with a variety of performing arts. Join us on a journey where we will expose your children to the wonders of the world of classical and Israeli music, a journey that is filled with variety and fun - family entertainment for all ages. Let the kids experience the real thing - live music!
“The one who deserves the title of “the one and only” is Chen Zimbalista…This musician embodies everything that a player dreams of in a performance: Technical proficiency at the highest professional level, great knowledge and musicianship that color the music with vitality and originality!”
Noam Ben Ze’ev
The Sinfonietta presents the orchestra's musicians and their special instruments and exposes the young generation to classical and well-known compositions by the best composers: Mozart (Figaro), Bach (Concerto for Two Violins), Razel (Katonti), Naomi Shemer (Etzlenu Behatzer) and others. Children’s choirs are participating in the performance.
Monday, November 12, 2018 at 17:00 and at 18:30
Concert No. 2
Humor and Children’s Games
Music that is surprising, funny and imaginative! This is a concert that combines drama, clowning around and classical music full of humor and joy ... and not only for children! Come with us on a charming and humorous musical journey, with the orchestra players and the actor / puppeteer Moti Brecher (“Shtissel”, “Serugim”)
Monday, January 1, 2019 at 17:00 and at 18:30
Concert No. 3
A Soundtrack of “Blue and White” Children’s Songs
The music we grew up on: Conductor Karin-Ben-Yosef and singer Rotem Katz will take us on an exciting journey with favorite songs and classical works that are all connected to our beautiful country: “Hatiyul Hakatan”, “Huppa Hey”, “The Locomotive Song”, “Sisu et Yerushalayim” and other wonderful songs. Join us in celebrating Israeli music!
Monday, February 4, 2019 at 17:00 and at 18:30
Concert No. 4
The Sinfonietta in Ballet Slippers
40 dancers and a classical orchestra meet on one stage in a spectacular performance that combines beloved and well-known ballet music. There are excerpts from Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite”, Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Spanish Caprice” and other pieces. The dancers are from the Jerusalem Ballet School, led by Nadia Timofeyeva.
Monday, April 8, 2019 at 17:00 and at 18:30
Concert No. 5
Music in Fire and Water!
All the treasures of nature can be found in the wonderful sounds of a classical orchestra. This lively and exciting performance brings the wonders of nature into the concert hall, featuring selected excerpts from Handel’s ”Water Music”, Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons”, Tchaikovsky’s “Swan Lake” and music by Offenbach. Students from Beersheva’s Korchak School will be participating.
Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 17:00 and at 18:30
The management reserves the right to make changes.
Please note that Concert No. 5 is on a Tuesday.