Playing for Nova

The Raanana Symphonette Orchestra and the leading classical musicians in Israel are mobilizing for the benefit of the young music lovers who survived the parties in the south on 7.10.

Music as a cure, as a means of expressing emotion, beauty, joy of life and human connection – is the common denominator for the participants of the Nova party and other parties in the south on 7.10, who danced until the light of dawn, as well as the musicians in this special concert: the Raanana Symphonette Orchestra, Maayan Franco, the Israeli conductor who has been gaining success in Europe, Orit Wolf, whose narrated concert series fill halls with music lovers thirsting for knowledge, Nitai Zori, the orchestra’s Concertmaster, and members of the city of Ra’anana – the teacher and international violinist Hagai Shaham and his 20-year-old son Michael Shaham, who has already won international awards and is considered one of the world’s most outstanding violinists of his generation.

All of them volunteered to perform at the concert, the proceeds of which will be donated to a program to train mentors and therapists who will accompany the survivors of the parties in the south in the coming months and years, in treatment centers throughout the country.

In the program:

J.S.  Bach – first movement from Bach’s concerto for two violins

Mozart – Adagio for violin and orchestra from the Divertimento in B flat major K. 287

Orit Wolf – ‘Adam’s love’, Romanza for violin and piano

Franck – Last movement from the sonata for violin and piano in A major

Mendelssohn – Violin Concerto in E minor Op. 64


The proceeds will be donated to a program to train mentors and therapists who accompany the survivors of the Nova party.

The event is in collaboration with the Nova tribe community association.

The ticket is recognized as a donation.


Saturday, May 25, 2024 at 21:00

Raanana Music & Arts Center, 2a Hapalmach St., Raanana

For tickets: 09-7457773

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