Israeli Chamber Project – Projects within the unending pursuit of musical exploration

Embarking on their second decade as a chamber ensemble, the Israeli Chamber Project starts the 2018/19 season with a unique program, coined the Debussy Effect. With the music world marking the centennial of Debussy’s death in 1918, the ensemble takes the iconic French composer’s romantic Piano Trio and his later Première Rhapsody as point of reference, affirming the profound effect of his work on three of his compatriots, Ravel, Faure, and Salzedo. The October...
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Sivan Magen – fresh sounding promise of David’s harp

Meeting with enthusiastic harpist Sivan Megan turned into an eye-opening conversation about the instrument: one which is typically sidelined by composers and concert venues alike. photo credit: musicians designs While there are an astounding number of harpists around, who, as Sivan shares, are flocking somewhat regularly (every three years) to worldwide harp conventions by the hundreds, a harp performance these days, whether solo or in a chamber music setting, is still quite the rarity....
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Israeli Chamber Project

February 1st. 2012 at 7.30 at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall Founded in 2008, the Israeli Chamber Project is a stunning group of young, but accomplished, entrepreneurial Israeli musicians who live in the United States and share – besides their individual musical talent – a mission that connects them. As the group’s Executive Director and one of their two pianists, co- founder Assaff Weisman puts it:”Our mission rests on three pillars: First of all...
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