We’re thrilled to invite you to a special Jazz concert, that will take place on Thursday, February 20th, at 8 pm.
The duet of two outstanding Israeli musicians: Yosi Levy (guitar) and Barak Mori (bass) will play unique interpretations of well-known jazz standards, songs of The Beattles, popular Israeli songs, as well as Yosi Levy’s original compositions.
Yosi Levy // Guitar
Barak Mori // Bass
19:00 – doors open, and guided tours through the museum in Hebrew and Russian (*tour in English can be organized upon request)
20:00-21:00 – Performance
Ticket price – 85 NIS (including the entrance fee, the tour and the concert)
***The number of seats is limited. No assigned seats.
All ticket sales are final!
Yosi Levy is an Israeli multifaceted acoustic and electric guitarist of exceptional range and depth. As a tireless performer, Levy has collaborated and performed with a spectrum of musicians, including Dave Liebman, Phil Woods, Jeff “Tain” Watts, Frank Gambale, , Jeff Berlin, Bob Gullotti, Mordy Ferber, Denis Reis and Marcelo Nami. He has also played as guitarist and collaborated for some of Israel’s greatest stars: Yoni Rechter, Yosi Banai, Ester Ofarim, Shem Tov Levy, Yair Dallal and many more. Yosi Levy is a well known jazz teacher and educator in “Rimon School of Jazz And Contemporary Music” in which he created and currently leads the prestigious competition “The Jazz Player Contest”. He also teaches in the -“Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance” there he leads the representative jazz ensemble.
Since 1998, Barak Mori (Bass, Composer) has been one of the New York jazz scene’s most sought after musicians. Through his poignant professionalism and incomparable musicianship, Barak has come to be known as one of the most exceptional and dependable sidemen in the business. Born in Tel Aviv in 1975, by the time Mori had graduated from the Thelma Yelin School of the Arts he had already played professionally at the world renowned Red Sea Jazz Festival, and toured internationally with the Young Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra. In 1996, Mori joined Israel’s most prestigious jazz band led by saxophonist Walter Blanding, Jr. and soon after in 1998, he received a scholarship to study at the New School University in New York. Since then he has performed and recorded alongside many distinguished artists such as Paula West, Jeremy Manasia, Peter Bernstein, David Hazeltine, Marcus Printup, Anat Cohen, Yotam Silberstein, Sam Yahel, Benny Green, Eric Reed, Kenny Washington, Jim Rotondi, Peter Cincotti, Eli Degibri and Madeleine Peyroux. Today Barak Mori lives in Israel and continues to perform in Israel and abroad.