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Galilean Suite by Tel Aviv-based composer Moshe Zorman consists of five symphonic pictures of Israeli life. The piece was commissioned by the Kfar Bloom chamber festival in the Galilee, and was originally written for a large ensemble or symphony orchestra in 1993. The performance by the Greenwich Village Orchestra, conducted by Barbara Yahr, will feature the composer’s son, Itamar Zorman, on violin.

Hear an excerpt on YouTube:

November 17, 2013 3pm
Washington Irving Auditorium, 40 Irving Place, New York, NY 10003
Barbara Yahr, conductor
Itamar Zorman, violin
Moshe Zorman — Galilean Suite
Tchaikovsky — Romeo and Juliet, fantasy overture
Brahms — Violin Concerto

Tickets: $15 suggested donation, $10 students/seniors
Details: www.gvo.orgmosh1

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