ENSEMBLES 2017

The Kiryat Ono Youth Concert Band

Kiryat Ono

 

Kiryat Ono, a small town of about 30,000 inhabitants, maintains a conservatory that would be a credit to any large city. These young people study wind instruments, strings, percussion, singing and piano with highly qualified teachers, and participate in additional activities including a string ensemble, three wind bands, a big band, brass band, a woodwind ensemble and an adult amateur band in which musicians between the ages of 18 and 75 join forces in playing together.
The Kiryat Ono Youth Concert Band provides an important educational framework for the youngsters of the area. Its wide and varied repertoire includes classical and light classical music, traditional band music and Israeli concert and folklore music.
Since its early days the Band has performed in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Hungary, Italy, Peru, South Africa, Switzerland and the U.S.A.
During the course of these regular overseas tours, the Band has won several international prizes and meritorious awards.

 

 

Kiryat Ono Feder

Guy Feder

Conductor

Conductor and musical director Guy Feder dominates various fields in Israeli music life from musical education to wide world concert halls. Feder was conductor in residence of Meitar Ensemble and the Israel Chamber Orchestra Tel Aviv.
 Nowadays Guy is the musical director and conductor of the Kiryat Ono Music Conservatory and The Thelma Yellin Symphony Orchestra. This year Guy also conducts an orchestra of SULAMOT music for social change.

Feder is invited to conduct leading ensembles and orchestras among them The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, The Israel Chamber Orchestra, The Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra,  The kibutz chamber orchestra , Raanana Symphonette Orchestra and  Israel Contemporary Players. He has collaborated with renowned composers as Fabian Panisello and Phillip Leroux in concerts, recordings and international conducting master courses.

Feder is a recipient of The Israel-America Foundation scholarship for orchestra conducting (2000/1-2001/2), The Danish Government Scholarship (CIRIUS), Theodore Alfred Christian artist Scholarship, and Gramex-fund of the Danish conductors association.

 

 

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Competition Program

 

Thomas Doss (*1966)   Trumpets and Bridges
Avner Hanani (*1974)   Wind Borne
Boris Pigovat (*1953)   Dedicated to Marc Chagall
Eric Whitacre (*1970)   Lux Aurumque (optional)

 

 

Additional Concerts Program

 

Thomas Doss (*1966)   Trumpets and Bridges
Stephen Bulla   Rhapsody for flute
C. M. Von Weber (1786-1826)   Concerto for Clarinet ( 1st mov)
Eyal Bat (*1964)   Romance
Eric Whitacre (*1970)   Lux Aurumque
Arr. Nachman Yariv   Israeli Songs Medley
Louis Prima (*1959)   Sing Sing Sing
Johann Strauss II   Trisch Trasch Polka, Op. 214
Johann Strauss II   Unter donner und blitz
Trad.   Shalom Aleichem
Heiman Cohen   Zion tamati
Trad.   Israeli songs (Sax. Ensemble)
Sergei Abir   Gabi Freilachs (cls ensemble)
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750)   If thou be near (brass ensemble)