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Wednesday 29/05/2019 | 20:00 | Gesher Theatre

Concert 6 The Golden Dragon

Zsolt Nagy - conductor

Einat Aronstein - sopran

The Golden Dragon

Music theatre By Peter Eötvös  Based on the play by Roland Schimmelpfennig

Libretto by Roland Schimmelpfennig based on his play of the same name, arranged by Peter Eötvös

English translation by Gregory Vajda

 29, May 2019 20:00 at Gesher Theatre

 The Israel Contemporary Players

Conductor: Zsolt Nagy

Staging: Bruno Berger-Gorski

Soloists:Einat Aronstein, soprano

Andrea Melath, mezzo-soprano

Andrew Mackenzie-Wicks, tenor

Daniel Norman, tenor

Kornel Mikecz, baritone

Lighting Design: Dania Zemer

Production Manager, Ofer Lachish

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Saturday 21/09/2019 | 20:00 | Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Concert No. 1

Zsolt Nagy - conductor

Ruben Seroussi  Re-sonances

Hilda Paredes  Señales, "Homenaje a Jonathan Harvey" for violin & ensemble               

György Kurtág  Three pieces for clarinet and cimbalom

Jonathan Harvey  Tendril


Zsolt Nagy – conductor

Irvine Arditti  violin

Danny Erdman  clarinet

Beáta Móri  cimbalom



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ICP - Israel's leading comtemporary ensemble

The Israel Contemporary Players

Zsolt Nagy – Chief Conductor

Founded in 1991, the ICP is widely regarded as the best ensemble of its kind in Israel. Its activity has impacted the country’s musical life and popular appreciation of contemporary music. The ensemble regularly commissions, performs and records works by Israeli composers and so far has premiered over 100 Israeli compositions, besides performing an international repertoire from the 20th and 21st centuries. The ensemble collaborates with the finest European and Israeli conductors and soloists, including Michel Tabatchnik, Peter Rundel, Jonathan Nott, Ilan Volkov, Fabian Panisello, Christian Eggen, Dietrich Henschel, Irvine Arditti, Boris Berman and George Benjamin, to name just a few. The ICP, which was awarded the National Lottery Foundation prize for excellence in Israel, is internationally renowned and receives frequent invitations to perform at the most prestigious venues and festivals in Europe and Asia.

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