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Polyphony Quartet Tours US West Coast

Polyphony Quartet Tours US West Coast

The result of years of individual study at the Polyphony Conservatory and shared music making in Polyphony’s Youth Orchestra culminate this November. We are delighted to bring violinist Shaden Nahra, violist Amichai Yaakov Hefter, cellist Eli Levi, and flutist Mais Hriesh together for a series of performances in California.  

The young musicians have been working together over the past few years and are all participants in Polyphony programs. Mais studied at the Conservatory for over a decade, and Shaden, Eli, and Amichai are multi-year members of Polyphony’s Youth Orchestra. In addition, all of the musicians have participated in Polyphony’s Scholar-in-Residence program for multiple years

Shaden Nahra violin
Amichai Taakov Hefter viola
Eli Levi cello
Mais Hriesh flute

Selected Pieces
J.S. BACH Cello Suite  No. 1 in G Major – Prelude, BWV 1007

CLARK  Zoom Tube (for solo flute) 

SIBELIUS Duo for Violin and Viola (1891-1892)

MOZART Flute Quartet in D Major, K. 285

SCHUBERT String Trio in B-Major, D 471 (1816)

Sunday, November 11
Private home performance

Tuesday, November 13 at 6:30 pm
Free performance at Congregation Kol Shofar.
Tiburon, CA

Wednesday, November 14 at 7:30 pm
Concert at the Oshman Family JCC, hosted by the Israeli Cultural Connection (ICC).
Palo Alto, CA

Thursday, November 15
Afternoon concert for the students of Kehila Jewish High School.

Friday, November 16 at 7:00 pm
Free performance at KADIST
San Francisco, CA
The concert will precede Friday night Shabbat services.

A Morning of Collective Effervescence at Kehillah Jewish High School

Polyphony would like to acknowledge the generous efforts of our committee members in San Francisco: Dan Cohn, Vincent Worms, and Arthur Slepian, as well as Itzik Goldberger in Palo Alto.

Polyphony is also grateful to our generous hosts:

Where did Polyphony go?

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