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Program

24 Jan 2015 20:30 - 22:30

Music by Czech Composers for Flute, Violin & Harpsichord

Concert by Ana Domančić, Evgenia Epshtein and Marina Minkin will introduce the music of Czech composers composed for the flute, violin and cemballo. Beside Karel Stamic, examples of works by Bohuslav Martinů and Viktor Kalabis will be performed as well. Compositions of the latter, dedicated to his wife, the accomplished cembalist Zuzana Růžičková, will be performed in Israel for the very first time. Partners: Embassy of the Czech Republic in Tel Aviv, Viktor Kalabis and Zuzana Růžičková Foundation.

Ana Domančić, Flute (Croatia)

Evgenia Epshtein, Violin (Croatia - Israel) 

Marina Minkin, Harpsichord (Israel)

Ana Domančić is the Professor of Flute and Chamber Music at the Academy of Arts of the University of Split in Croatia; she had written the first higher education textbook for flute in Croatia. Domančić performed in the USA, Germany, Italy, France and Croatia as a soloist with the Croatian Radio and Television Orchestra, the Croatian Chamber Orchestra, the Zadar Chamber Orchestra and the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra.


 

 

 

 

 

 

Evgenia Epshtein is the Professor of Violin at the Split Academy of Arts in Croatia and the second violinist and co-founder of the Aviv String Quartet. She has been awarded by the Ministries of Culture in Germany and Israel and has performed as a quartet member in famous concert halls, such as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln and Kennedy Centre, Wigmore Hall, Tonhalle Zurich, Mozarteum Salzburg, Sydney Opera House. Epshtein plays a seventeenth century violin by Ruggeri, granted by the American-Israeli Cultural Foundation.


 

 

 

 

 

Marina Minkin performs and records regularly as a soloist, and as a member of the Phoenix Ensemble, the Spectrum Ensemble, and with the Israel Contemporary Players (Ensemble 21).  From 2009, Minkin has been appointed as the Artistic Director of the Yehiam Renaissance Festival (Western Galilee, Israel).  Currently she resides in Israel, and teaches harpsichord and baroque music courses at the Levinsky College School of Music Education, at the Israeli Conservatory in Tel Aviv and at the Jezreel Valley Center for the Arts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This program was made possible by The Viktor Kalabis & Zuzana Ruzickova Foundation grant.

 

Venue:

Felicja Blumental Music Center, 26 Bialik St., Tel Aviv

Date

24 Jan 2015 20:30 - 22:30

Organizer:

Czech Center is a coorganizer of the event


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