|Sat 6th||“Gamgaleria” Sinai Bar||Tel Aviv|
|Sun 7th||“Rosie’s Salon”, at Rosie Danziger musical salon||Giv’at Shmuel|
|Mon 8th||“Etnachta” concert series, Live broadcast on “Voice of Music” IBO, Jerusalem Theater||Jerusalem|
|Sun 23rd||The Mormon University Center, the chamber music concert series||Mount of Olives, Jerusalem|
|Mon 24th||Felicja Blumenthal music center||Tel Aviv|
|Thu 27th||Neot Semadar Kibbutz||.|
|Sat 29th||“Manfred House” chamber music series||Giv’at Ada|
|Sat 11th||“Gamgaleria” Sinai Bar||Tel Aviv|
|Sun 12th||“Kolton House”||Tiv’on|
|Sun 12th||Felicja Blumenthal music center, “The Israeli Forum of Women Composers and Performers” concert series||Tel Aviv|
|Mon 13th||The Hebrew University Chamber Music Concert Series, The musicology dep.||Mount of Scopus, Jerusalem|
|Mon 13th||“Etnachta” concert series, Live broadcast on “Voice of Music” IBO, Jerusalem Theater||Jerusalem|
|Tue 25th||Hevel Eshkol||Kibbutz Magen|
|Tue 25th||The Greek Cultural Centre, The Greek Colony,||Jerusalem|
|Wed 26th||GamGaleria, At the end of Hagar Kadima's exhbition||Tel Aviv|
|Thu 27th||Chamber music series||Zichron Ya’akov|
|Fri 2nd||Shablul Club||Tel Aviv|
|Fri 2nd||At Rochi's Salon||Moshav Kadima|
|Sat 3rd||.||Kibbutz Magen|
|Mon 5th||Benefit concert for refugees in Syria||The Scottish Curch, Jerusalem|
|Thu 2nd||19:00 Benefit concert for "Shekel" organization (Community Service for People with spacial needs)||Jerusalem|
|Fri 3rd||13:00 Targ Music Center||Jerusalem|
|Fri 3rd||20:00 Concert at the Gera home||Kadima|
|Sat 4th||11:00 Saturday morning concert series, Tiv'on||Tiv'on|
|Sat 4th||20:00 Emanuel Church||Jaffa|
|Thu 3rd||20:00 Church of the Redeemer||Jerusalem|
|Fri 4th||20:00 Kfar Shmaryahu, Benefit concert for the Jerusalem Shelter for Battered Women, At Ora Holin's house.||Kfar Shmariyhu|
|Sat 5th||11:00 Kibbutz Giv'at Haim Ihud||Giv'at Haim|
|Sun 6th||14:00, Haifa University Chamber Music Series||Haifa|
|Sun 6th||20:00 Katzrin Chamber Music Series||Katzrin|
|Mon 7th||19:00, The Darius Milhaud Music Center, Merom HaGalil Regional Council||Merom Hagalil|
|Thu 25th||20:00, Kibbutz Gazit Chamber Music Series||Kibbutz Gazit|
|Sun 28th||20:00, The Mormon University, Mount Scopus||Jerusalem|
|Sat 6th||11:00 Chamber Music Series||Kibbutz Giv'at, Haim|
|Sun 7th||20:00 Hateiva||Jaffa|
|Wed 10th||19:00, Yeruham Conservatory||Yeruham|
|Fri 12th||20:00, Chamber Music Series||Rosh Ha'ain|
|Sat 13th||11:00 Chamber Music Group, Tikotin Museum||Haifa|
|Thu 24th||19:00, Redeemer Church||Jerusalem|
|Sat 26th||11:00, Chamber Music Series||Tiv'on|
With individual backgrounds in period instrument performance combined with a shared appreciation of "modern" instrument timbres, the three musicians of TRIO NOGA bring to their audience uniquely personal and sensitive interpretations of repertoire ranging from the late 18th century to the early 21st century.
Idit Shemer, flute
Idit plays and performs on various flutes, from early instruments of the Baroque and Classical eras to the modern flute. A special part of her musical activity is devoted to contemporary music for flute. She has performed and recorded many pieces composed especially for her. Idit has performed extensively in Israel, Europe and America as a soloist and in chamber ensembles. She is a prominent flute and traverso teacher much appreciated by the many students who receive her insightful and committed teaching.
Idit has recently recorded in America, together with Maggie Cole, a CD of Phillppe Gaubert's music for flute and piano. She has also engaged in writing prose and has published two novels.
Orit Messer-Jacobi, violoncello
Orit is the principal cellist of The Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra (under conductor, David Shemer). As a modern cellist, she has performed contemporary music and participated in musical projects drawing from theatre, dance, and recorded soundtracks.
Orit received her B.Mus. from the Rubin Academy at Tel Aviv University, and specialized in baroque violoncello with Roberto Gini at the Civica Scuola di Musica di Milano, Italy, (scholarships from the Italian and Israeli governments). At present she collaborates with several important Italian baroque ensembles such as Zefiro and The Venice Baroque Orchestra.
She has recorded for Sony Classic, Stradivarius, Arcana and Accord labels. She teaches chamber music and conducts youth chamber orchestras at the Tiv’on Conseravatory, Kfar Saba Conservatory and Bnei-hakibbutzim orchestra.
Maggie Cole, piano
Maggie enjoys an international musical life playing and recording on harpsichord, fortepiano and modern piano. Best known for harpsichord recitals with repertoire spanning the 17th to 21st centuries, she is also fascinated by the Classical period and explores this with her fortepiano-based Trio Goya (Kati Debretzeni, violin and Sebastian Comberti, cello).
Some of her many musical partnerships have resulted in recordings of Bach’s complete sonatas for violin and harpsichord with Catherine Mackintosh, Boccherini sonatas for cello and harpsichord with Steven Isserlis, “Mozartiana “ with Sebastian Comberti and Haydn trios with Trio Goya. Her solo recordings include Bach’s Goldberg Variations, and both Scarlatti and Soler keyboard sonatas.
Maggie is a member of the Sarasa Chamber Ensemble, a Cambridge USA based group with whom she performs regularly on both harpsichord and fortepiano. With Sarasa, she has been able to extend her love of teaching to the development of a programme which aims to facilitate music and poetry collaborations in youth detention facilities.
Maggie is professor of fortepiano at Guildhall School of Music and Drama and teaches early keyboards at Dartington International Summer School.
'No less beguiling was the three artists’ reading of Gaubert’s “Three Aquarelles” (1915), the composer inspired by the transparency
of water color technique and by the individual playing styles of flute, ‘cello and piano. Idit Shemer’s intense and scintillating playing
in the first piece, endorsed with sunny references from the piano, presented the clear light of morning. In the second piece,
Orit Messer-Jacobi creates the calm, somewhat melancholic mood piece of an “Autumn Evening”, with Maggie Cole and Idit Shemer painting in a gentle
backdrop, then to be swept away by the vibrant, Spanish-tinged “Sérénade”, with its moving tonalities and exotically spiced
harmonies. The three artists, well versed with the “raffinement” of this music, addressed the French soundscape, interpreting this
music of the senses, of timbres and delicate colors with artistry.'
This is who we are
Manuel De Falla, 7 popular Spanish songs
Cécile Chaminade, Trio No. 1 in G minor
Joseph Haydn, trio in D, Hoboken XV.
Philippe Gaubert, Three Aquarelles for flute, cello and piano
Adayin kan, Music: Boaz Shar'abi, Arranged by Avi Bar-Eitan
Clara Schumann, Piano Trio Op. 17, in G minor
Debussy, La fille aux cheveux de lin (The Girl with the Flaxen Hair)
Hagar Kadima, By a Doorway
André Hajdu - SONATINE A LA FRANÇAISE for flute and cello
"Selichot" lyrics: Lea Goldberg, music: Oded Lerer, arranged by Avi Bar-Eitan