In July, eight young talented Jewish and Arab Polyphony musicians performed together at the world-renowned Incontri in Terra di Siena festival in Siena, Italy. Polyphony’s musicians, forming two string quartets, were fortunate to be accompanied and tutored by the internationally-acclaimed pianist Saleem Abboud Ashkar. Nabeel Abboud Ashkar, Polyphony’s co-founder and director in Israel, shares his
As part of the yearly “Alhan” music appreciation program, our Explained Concerts bring together Arab and Jewish youth to listen to the Galilee Chamber Orchestra (combined of Jewish and Arab musicians) with ongoing commentary about the music they learned about throughout the year.
It has been four weeks since the most recent round of violence between Israel and Hamas flared up. We are deeply saddened by the situation, and we mourn the loss of life on both sides. The music has not stopped for us, though. Polyphony Education in Israel, funded by the Polyphony Foundation, has even more
Bringing young Arab and Jewish classical musicians together is the mission of Nazareth’s Polyphony Conservatory – and that mission is more vital now than ever
Polyphony at the Kennedy Center’s Millennium stage
Polyphony is pleased to announce our March 2014 concert tour, which will feature concerts in Los Angeles, Dallas, and Washington, DC. LOS ANGELES Wednesday, March 5, 2014 VIP Sponsors Reception 7:30-8:00pm Concert 8:00-9:00pm The Los Angeles Theatre Center 514 S Spring St. Los Angeles, CA 90013 General Admission Tickets $35 (adults) and $10 (students and
Polyphony is pleased to be visiting Dallas on March 6th for a special concert at the Owen Arts Center featuring two Polyphony string quartets and renowned Israeli artist David Broza. To purchase tickets and for more information, please click here.
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