The madness of love

 

Love songs, cantatas of Telemann, Broussard and instrumental pieces from the late baroque period.

Christmas Feast

 

Masterpieces by composers such as Vivaldi, Telemann, Goldberg and Veraccini. Concerto for recorder and bassoon, trio sonata for two violins and solo pieces.

Dual Love

 

Renaissance and early baroque music from the King's court in Italy, England and Spain. Carnaval songs in Florence as well as later on Monteverdi in Venice.

Baroque fireworks

 

A program around the baroque highlights with a dynamic group of musicians: recorder, two violins, cello, guitar and harpsichord. Pieces by Mancini, Bach, Scarlatti and Handel.

Luz y Sombra

 

Spanish music from the 16th and 17th centuries combined with ladino songs.

Music and Myth

 

Cantatas and Arias with themes from the Greek mythology: Life, Death and Resurrection. 

Greek Ballad

 

Songs written by the greatest Greek composers such as Mikis Theodorakis and Manos Hatzidakis as well as traditional music from around Greece.

A tribute to J. S. Bach

 

A tribute program of the great J. S. Bach, his sonatas for flute and harpsichord obligato, transcribed for recorder and harpsichord

A musical trip to Cyprus and Greece

Music of the Codex Franco-Cipriota (Torino) from the beginning of the 14th century, traditional music from Cyprus and Greece and known Ladino songs.

Nuove Musiche


Music and Revolutions from the 17th century featuring pioneer Italians composers such as Monteverdi, Fontana, Strozzi, Bovicelli, Marini and others.

Encounters of the Past and Present

 

Songs from the baroque period in combination with pieces from the 21st

century written especially for our ensemble as well as the Ensemble's transcriptions of Israeli known songs.

An amazing trip to 

the Greek Mythology

 

Program for children

Stories featuring themes from the Greek mythology accompanied by Greek traditional music

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Mikis Theodorakis- Manos Hadjidakis

 

Mediterrenean Music, early and modern, in cooperation with Naama Women's Choir Conductor: Pnina Inbar

Balli e Canti

 

Songs and dances from the 16th and 17th centuries with a traditional touch.

This program is dedicated to our New CD- Fiori Musicali

For the love of Arcadian shepherds and Olympic gods

 

The recorder into the pastoral baroque music with our special guest from Portugal- Fernando Miguel Jalôto.