Shani Girls Choir
The singers of the "Shani" Girls' Choir, aged 13-18 are Jewish, Christian and Muslim girls from the towns and villages of the Central Galilee.
The choir represents the "Mifne" project which is supported by the Maestro Zubin Mehta and The Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra.
The girls rehearse twice a week at the Jezreel Valley Center for the arts under the baton of Mrs Anat Aharoni, and they perform frequently in schools, at cultural events and at regional, national and international music concerts and conferences.
Their repertoire includes classical and folk music, as well as songs in Hebrew and Arabic, most of which have been arranged especially for the choir.
The "Shani" choir has been performed in England, Germany, Norway, Paris, Belgium, France, Holland, Italy, Denmark and the United States.
Conductor and Musical Director
Anat completed her second degree in choir conducting at the Rubin Academy in Jerusalem, and her first degree in orchestra and choir conducting with the late Mr. Mandy Rodan, and in musicology and mathematics at Hebrew University.
Today, Anat also conducts the Kolot Hasadeh Choir and the Shirat haemek choir. Anat works at the Harduf high school as a composer and conductor and with the Hiram choir at the rehabilitation center in Harduf.
Anat lives at Kibbutz Harduf.
|Bob Chilcott (*1955)||Peace Mass (p/o)- Introduction, Kyrie, gloria, Benedictus, conclusion|
|Andalusian Folk Song,
Arranged by Pnina Inbar
|Lamma bada Yatathanna|
|Gil Dor / Ahinoam Nini
Arranged by Anat Aharoni
|Karl Schiske (1916-1969)||Sieh nicht, was andere tun|
|Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)||Adoramus te, Christe|
Additional Concerts Program
|Zimbabwe song||Famba Naye|
|Yitzhak Edel||Oniat Zahav|
|Dened Agay||Old Irish Blessing|
|Johannes Brahms||Adoramus te, Christe|
|Pablo Casals||Nigra Sum|
|Nachum Nardi||Shtu haadarim|
|K. Baron||Zaram Hamaayan|
|Yehudit Ravitz||Kmo el mayim|
|Yemnite song||Sapari tamma|