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Notes of Hope Concert – JERUSALEM
15th April 2018 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
£36 – £360
WE WILL BE SCREENING THE CONCERT LIVE TO OUR WEBSITE ON SUNDAY 15 APRIL AT 6PM.
Click here to watch the live stream.
To mark the 70th anniversary of Israel’s independence, please join us in Jerusalem on Sunday 15 April 2018 for the extraordinary world premiere of music rescued from the concentration camps.
Italian musicologist Francesco Lotoro has made it his life’s work to track down and orchestrate music composed by prisoners in Nazi concentration camps, salvaging over 8,000 musical works from around the world.
On 15 April 2018, Lotoro will conduct the JNF UK Notes of Hope concert – the first public recital of the music salvaged from the camps – live in Jerusalem, with the event also screened live in a boutique venue in Central London.(click here to find out more about the London event).
Led by the world renowned Ashdod Symphony Orchestra, the concert will feature musicians from the JNF UK-supported Bikurim Performing Arts School and the Yerucham Conservatory.
“As the State of Israel prepares to celebrate its 70th anniversary, the concert is a tribute to the memory of those who perished in the Holocaust, but also a timely reminder of the enduring defiance and hope of the Jewish people.” – Samuel Hayek, Chairman JNF UK
You have the chance to join them to witness this extraordinary story of defiance: a tribute to the memory of the murdered 6 million, and a joyous celebration of their hope and belief in the Jewish future.
Sunday 15 April
International Convention Centre, Jerusalem
VIP Reception: 18:30 | Concert: 20:00 – 21:30
Tickets: £36 | VIP Tickets: £360
VIP tickets include priority seating and access to a private cocktail reception attended by Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
TO BOOK PLEASE CONTACT [email protected] / 020 8732 6100
WE WILL ALSO BE SCREENING THE EVENT LIVE TO OUR WEBSITE ON SUNDAY 15 APRIL AT 6PM. Click here to watch the live stream.
All proceeds go to JNF UK projects supporting holocaust survivors and veterans in the Negev and to developing the talents of gifted young musicians from the Negev. This is part of JNF UK’s wider mission to enhance all aspects of life for people living in Israel’s underdeveloped south.
Click here to read more and donate to talented young musicians in the Negev
Click here to read more and donate to holocaust survivors and veterans living in the Negev