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Brodcasts Program:

Jan 4      Like Ilzetzki, Israeli composer Guy Barash (currently residing in New York), is a classical, academic composer, and a former student of late composer Arik Shapira. Together, the two will discuss the significance of Shapira’s legacy for them and for the experimental scene in general, as well as Barash’s own work, which is highly influenced with encounters with experimentalism and improvisation.

Jan 18    Ido Bukelman, who plays the guitar and other instruments, is an almost perfect embodiment of the Israeli improvisation scene – which is distinctly experimental. Together with Bukelman, we will try to look into the local scene from within and compare it to what is going on elsewhere in the world.

Jan 25    Assaf Talmudi is perhaps the broadest representative of local experimentalism. Talmudi is an experimental music composer and researcher increasingly well-known as a player and producer in a variety of other genres, where he always manages to introduce his unique touch. This makes him the perfect guest to share an exploration of musical and other boundaries.

Feb 9       Amnon Wolman

Feb 15    Ilan Volkov is a conductor, producer, violinist, improvisator and fascinating musical personality. We will try to take advantage of this opportunity to consult Volkov as the oracle of Israeli music. Originally from the highbrow classical world, Volkov has already established his status as a performer and key figure in promoting experimental music in Israel and worldwide. If Volkov cannot bring order into the chaotic world of experimental music, probably nobody can...

Feb 23       Shmil Frenkel

March 8   Alex Drool

March 23 Uri Frost

March 29, 17:30, Faye Shapiro

March 29, 8pm        Improvisation Concert - open to the public, and broadcasting live. 

April 5, 5:30pm       Uri Katzenstein  

May 3, 5:30pm        Anat Pick

May 10, 5:30pm       Eran Sachs

May 12, 5:30pm       Herald Rubin

May 17, 5:30pm       Yossi Mar-Haim

May 24, 5:30pm       Yoni Silver

May 26, 5:30pm       Sharon Gal

May 28, 2pm           Open recording session> Yoni Silver and friends are hosted by Primate Arena (Alex Drool & Eran Sachs).

May 31, 8:30pm           Improvisation Concert - open to the public, and broadcasting live. 
Participants: Asaf Talmudi, Eran Sachs, Yoni Silver, Shai Cohen, Yossi Mar-Haim, Anat Pick, Sharon Gal and more..           

June 6               Ido Govrin

June 14            Zohar Shafir & Ola Savchuk

June 21             Adaya Godlevsky

June 30            Ran Slavin

July 5               Haggai Freshtman

July 12              Ohad fishof  

July 19             Shai Cohen

July 25             Daniel Sarid

September 15  Illi Adato

September 27 Ofir Klemperer

October 4        Tomer Damsky

October 13   Ofir Bachmutsky

October 25       Dganit Elyakim

November 1      Jean Claude Jones

November 8      Adam Scheflan

November 15     Moshi Honen

November 22     Daniel Davidovsky

November 29 – Grisha Shakhnes

December 6 – Ayelet Lerman

December 13 – Eran Hadas

December 27      Guy Harries

January 3 2017    Guy Dubious  

January 10 – Nadav Masel

January 17 – Maya Dunietz

January 24 – Kiki Keren-Huss

January 31 - Musica Nova

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Radio HALAS will start broadcasting live from the studio at the Israeli Center for Digital Art in Holon as part of the Experimental Israel project. Every week, composer and researcher Dr. Ophir Ilzetzki will host a musician or another artist involved in the Israeli experimental scene. Through conversations with the artists and by commissioning original compositions recorded in Radio HALAS’s new studio, the project seeks to explore experimental music, particularly in the Israeli context. 

The project seeks to create an online archive of musical works and interviews with key actors in the Israeli experimental scene. The archive will be created jointly with the Israeli Center for Digital Art in Holon and publicized through its online station, Radio HALAS. The collection and study of musical works, and primarily the creative work with the artists themselves around the various archive programs will address the project’s fundamental question: by comparatively exposing the Israeli experimental style, it will ask whether such a style really exists. The online archive will interface with similar academic initiatives worldwide, but be a first of its kind in the experimental music area.

The various meetings will not only try to sketch the broad outlines of each artist’s approach to music, but also try to create an ongoing narrative, so that the exploration would become a bit more focused with each meeting. The project will not necessarily seek to answer all the key questions, but will serve as a snapshot of the local experimental scene, to enable a complex, profound, and insightful discussion.

All meetings will be held at the Radio HALAS studio at the Center and will be open to the public and broadcast live at www.halas.am. Once a month, several project guests will also meet for a short concert, also recorded and broadcast from the studio, and also open to the public. For further details about the project, please visit www.halas.am

Our program for the following weeks:

February 7 – Yael Barolsky

February 20 - Ram Gabai @ Hateiva

February 25 - Yiftach Kadan

February 28 - Maayan Tsadka

March 14 - Meira Asher

March 23 - Albert Beger

March 28 - Ronald Boersen

 

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Brodcasts Program:

Jan 4      Like Ilzetzki, Israeli composer Guy Barash (currently residing in New York), is a classical, academic composer, and a former student of late composer Arik Shapira. Together, the two will discuss the significance of Shapira’s legacy for them and for the experimental scene in general, as well as Barash’s own work, which is highly influenced with encounters with experimentalism and improvisation.

Jan 18    Ido Bukelman, who plays the guitar and other instruments, is an almost perfect embodiment of the Israeli improvisation scene – which is distinctly experimental. Together with Bukelman, we will try to look into the local scene from within and compare it to what is going on elsewhere in the world.

Jan 25    Assaf Talmudi is perhaps the broadest representative of local experimentalism. Talmudi is an experimental music composer and researcher increasingly well-known as a player and producer in a variety of other genres, where he always manages to introduce his unique touch. This makes him the perfect guest to share an exploration of musical and other boundaries.

Feb 9       Amnon Wolman

Feb 15    Ilan Volkov is a conductor, producer, violinist, improvisator and fascinating musical personality. We will try to take advantage of this opportunity to consult Volkov as the oracle of Israeli music. Originally from the highbrow classical world, Volkov has already established his status as a performer and key figure in promoting experimental music in Israel and worldwide. If Volkov cannot bring order into the chaotic world of experimental music, probably nobody can...

Feb 23       Shmil Frenkel

March 8   Alex Drool

March 23 Uri Frost

March 29, 17:30, Faye Shapiro

March 29, 8pm        Improvisation Concert - open to the public, and broadcasting live. 

April 5, 5:30pm       Uri Katzenstein  

May 3, 5:30pm        Anat Pick

May 10, 5:30pm       Eran Sachs

May 12, 5:30pm       Herald Rubin

May 17, 5:30pm       Yossi Mar-Haim

May 24, 5:30pm       Yoni Silver

May 26, 5:30pm       Sharon Gal

May 28, 2pm           Open recording session> Yoni Silver and friends are hosted by Primate Arena (Alex Drool & Eran Sachs).

May 31, 8:30pm           Improvisation Concert - open to the public, and broadcasting live. 
Participants: Asaf Talmudi, Eran Sachs, Yoni Silver, Shai Cohen, Yossi Mar-Haim, Anat Pick, Sharon Gal and more..           

June 6               Ido Govrin

June 14            Zohar Shafir & Ola Savchuk

June 21             Adaya Godlevsky

June 30            Ran Slavin

July 5               Haggai Freshtman

July 12              Ohad fishof  

July 19             Shai Cohen

July 25             Daniel Sarid

September 15  Illi Adato

September 27 Ofir Klemperer

October 4        Tomer Damsky

October 13   Ofir Bachmutsky

October 25       Dganit Elyakim

November 1      Jean Claude Jones

November 8      Adam Scheflan

November 15     Moshi Honen

November 22     Daniel Davidovsky

November 29 – Grisha Shakhnes

December 6 – Ayelet Lerman

December 13 – Eran Hadas

December 27      Guy Harries

January 3 2017    Guy Dubious  

January 10 – Nadav Masel

January 17 – Maya Dunietz

January 24 – Kiki Keren-Huss

January 31 - Musica Nova



 

Radio HALAS will start broadcasting live from the studio at the Israeli Center for Digital Art in Holon as part of the Experimental Israel project. Every week, composer and researcher Dr. Ophir Ilzetzki will host a musician or another artist involved in the Israeli experimental scene. Through conversations with the artists and by commissioning original compositions recorded in Radio HALAS’s new studio, the project seeks to explore experimental music, particularly in the Israeli context. 

The project seeks to create an online archive of musical works and interviews with key actors in the Israeli experimental scene. The archive will be created jointly with the Israeli Center for Digital Art in Holon and publicized through its online station, Radio HALAS. The collection and study of musical works, and primarily the creative work with the artists themselves around the various archive programs will address the project’s fundamental question: by comparatively exposing the Israeli experimental style, it will ask whether such a style really exists. The online archive will interface with similar academic initiatives worldwide, but be a first of its kind in the experimental music area.

The various meetings will not only try to sketch the broad outlines of each artist’s approach to music, but also try to create an ongoing narrative, so that the exploration would become a bit more focused with each meeting. The project will not necessarily seek to answer all the key questions, but will serve as a snapshot of the local experimental scene, to enable a complex, profound, and insightful discussion.

All meetings will be held at the Radio HALAS studio at the Center and will be open to the public and broadcast live at www.halas.am. Once a month, several project guests will also meet for a short concert, also recorded and broadcast from the studio, and also open to the public. For further details about the project, please visit www.halas.am

Our program for the following weeks:

February 7 – Yael Barolsky

February 20 - Ram Gabai @ Hateiva

February 25 - Yiftach Kadan

February 28 - Maayan Tsadka

March 14 - Meira Asher

March 23 - Albert Beger

March 28 - Ronald Boersen

 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

Supported by Mifal Hapais Arts and Culture Council.

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