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21 Feb 2018 18:00 - 20:00

Concert of Ensemble Moscheles

We are inviting you for the festive opening of the commemorative year 2018 (100 years of Czechoslovakia and 70 years of Israel) and the following concert of Ensemble Moscheles organized in cooperation of the Czech and Slovak Embassy,Entrance free.

Opening of commemorative year 2018 (100 years of Czechoslovakia and 70 years of Israel)


Angelika Pavlech (mezzosoprano), Tomáš Tuláček (violin) and Uri Brenner (piano) Compositions by A. Dvořák, M.S. Trnavský, W. A. Mozart, G. Rossini, Ch. Gounod, U. Brener, M. Wiesenberg, A. Shitomirsky and V. Barkauskas

Ensemble Moscheles

Ensemble Moscheles named after a famous composer from Prague Ignaz Moscheles (1794-1870) was founded in 2014 to promote compositions of Jewish composers in Diaspora and Israel. The research of the archives in Europe has discovered a great amount of the compositions of forgotten authors. Ensemble Moscheles also wants to make the unique compositions of current Israel composers available to the European listener.

Angelika Pavlech, mezzosoprano, Slovakia

Angelika Pavlech was born in Bánovce, Slovakia. She started her singing lessons at Desider Kardos Conservatory of Music in Topoľčany. During her time at Krakow Academy of Music she received a Principal´s award for successfully representing College abroad. After the return to Slovakia she pursued her solo career and became a member of Ensemble Moscheles.

Tomáš Tuláček, violin, Czech Republic

Tomáš Tuláček was born in Prague. He started performing at the age of eight and as a member of a piano trio he appeared several times on Czech TV. After study at the Prague Conservatory and Prague Music Academy he started in 1981 his postgraduate studies in London, where he stayed during the next 25 years. He performed as soloist and then as concertmaster in the New chamber orchestra of Oxford. These days he lives in Slovakia and works as a pedagogue and soloist. 

Uri Brener, piano, Israel

Uri Brener was born 1974 in Moscow and has been playing the piano since the age of four. His first compositional attempts go back to the age of seven, his first acclaimed opuses appeared at the age of 12. After studying and performing in Russia, Germany and Holland, he moved to Israel, where he got his PhD at the University of Bar-Ilan. He has written dozens of compositions in a wide variety of styles and genres. Uri has won a series of prestigious awards and scholarships.


Other concerts of Ensemble Moscheles on the occasion of commemorating 100 years of Czechoslovakia and 70 years of Israel:

19 February 2018, 18:00 Jerusalem, Ron Shulamit Conservatory
20 February 2018, 17:00 Haifa, Rubin Conservatory
22 February 2018, 20:00 Jerusalem, Gonenim Music Center






Zeitlin Street 23
6495518 Tel Aviv


21 Feb 2018 18:00 - 20:00


Czech Center is a coorganizer of the event

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