Trad. Sephardic: Yo en la prision
Trad. Turkish: Nacyem Nacyem
Trad. Macedonian: Ako Umran il Zaginam
Domenico Scarlatti: Sonata K. 89 in re minore
Giovanni Sollima: Improvisation / Cello solo
Giovanni Sollima: “Federico II” from “Viaggio in Italia”
Giovanni Sollima: “Alep Pesce” from “Il Bestiario di Leonardo”
Dario Castello: Quarta Sonata
Eliodoro Sollima: Tarantella Orientale (1939)
Trad. Bulgarian /A. Avital: Prelude and “Bucimis”
Girolamo Frescobaldi: Canzon Terza (Venezia, 1635)
Trad. Sephardic: Una ora
Trad. Salento: Fronni D’Alia
“ROOTS” is a mix of style and eras; from Klezmer to Sicilian Arbëreshë, from Sacred to Profane, from the dance to North Africa, from the music that has been part of their private. And improvisation.
Works by Omer Klein and Avi Avital
Bach: Partita No. 2 in D minor (orig. for violin solo) BWV 1004 in dialogue with jazz improvisation by Omer Klein
Music by Johann Sebastian Bach, jazz compositions by Omer Klein, Israeli songs and improvisation on them – there are no limits to what music can be played here.
Beethoven: Sonatina for Mandolin and Harpsichord in C minor WoO 43a
Beethoven: Adagio for Mandolin and Harpsichord WoO 43b
Beethoven: Sonatina for Mandolin and Harpsichord in C major WoO 44a
De Falla: Siete Canciones Populares Espanolas
Smetana: The Moldau (Harp Solo)
Bartók: Romanian folk dances
Sollima: Prelude (Mandolin Solo)
Lavri: Three Jewish dances
Scarlatti: Sonata for Mandolin and Basso continuo G major K91
Valentini: for Mandolin and Basso continuo in A minor
Beethoven: Andante con variazioni for Mandolin and Fortepiano D major WoO 44/2
Vivaldi: Sonata for Mandolin and Basso continuo C major F.XVI
Bach: Chaconne from Partita for Violin Solo no. 2 D minor BWV 1004 (arrangement for mandolin)
Bach: Sonata for Flute and obbligato Harpsichord in E minor BWV 1034 (arrangement for mandolin)
Kreisler: Prelude and Allegro – in the style of Gaetano Pugnani
Mozart: Sonata No. 21 in E minor KV 304 (original for Violin and Piano)
Stravinsky: Suite Italienne from “Pulcinella” (original for Violoncello and Piano)
Villa-Lobos: Bachiana Brasilieras No. 5 / Aria
de Falla: Siete canciones populares españolas
Bartók: Romanian folk dances
Budashkin: Concerto for Mandolin in A minor
Works by Bach and Kreisler, Bartók’s Romanian folk dances, Georgian folk plays by Tsintsadze, Bachianas Brasileiras by Villa-Lobos, traditional Turkish, Israeli and Bulgarian plays.
Naples and the mandolin are a synonym for each other. In this program Avi Avital and the Italian Baroque orchestra Il Pomo d’Oro present compositions from the 18th century by Piasello, Barbella and Scarlatti, as well as Neapolitan folklore music of the same period.
Intense times wit Yo-Yo Ma´s Silk Road Ensemble and The Knights link Avi Avital to the unique string quartet Brooklyn Rider. In spring of 2021, they reunite with new works and arrangements for mandolin and string quartet at hand.
An evening celebrating fearless musical innovators through the shared interpretive lens of virtuoso mandolinist Avi Avital and the omnivorous string quartet Brooklyn Rider.
New commissions, arrangements, and interpretations of music by J.S. Bach, Luigi Boccherini, Colin Jacobsen, Matana Roberts, Philip Glass, Giovanni Sollima, John Zorn and Osvaldo Golijov.
Music by J.S. Bach, Jazz compositions by Omer Klein, Israeli songs and improvising on it – this is unlimited music-making.
Kreisler: Prelude and Allegro – in the style of Gaetano Pugnani Mozart: Sonata No. 21 in E minor, K 304
Stravinsky: Suite Italienne from “Pulcinella”
Bach: Chaconne from the Partita No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004 Rachmaninov: “Vocalise”, Op. 34 No. 14
Kusiakov: “Autumn Landscapes” Budashkin: Concert for Mandolin in A minor
Naples and the mandolin are synonymous to each other. In this program Avi Avital and the Italian Baroque Orchestras Il Pomo d’Oro will present original music for mandolin from 18th century Naples, along side Napolitain Folklore music form the same time.
The program will includes pieces by: Domenico Scarlatti, Emanuelle Barbella, Giovanni Paisiello and more.
Works by Bach and Kreisler, Bartók’s Romanian Folk Dances, Georgian Folk Tunes by Sulkhan Tsintsadze, Bachianas Brasileiras by Villa-Lobos, traditional Turkish, Israeli and Bulgarian music.