The Ilana Goor Museum is thrilled to invite all music, art and culture lovers to a special jazz concert by the pianist, Omri Mor.
The concert will take place on Thursday, March 7th, at 19:00.
Omri Mor is a pianist, composer and arranger. His musical prowess ranges from Classical and Jazz to Arabo-Andalusian music.
Mor has been active in the Israeli music scene since the age of 14, and in the international scene for over a decade. Mor has collaborated with bass player Avishai Cohen, as well as Omer Avital and Algerian-born drummer Karim Ziad, Paytan Rabbi Haim Louk, and Israeli rock artists such as Berry Sakharof, Micha Shitrit, Shlomo Gronich, Shlomo Bar and more.
Mor has been acquainted with Andalusian music since the age of 14 through singer and oud player Nino Biton, who was one of the three teachers and sources of knowledge to which Mor plunged at an early age. In addition to Biton, they were saxophonist Ernie Lawrence (jazz) and Prof. Benjamin Oren (classical music). These three, together with great musical curiosity and Mor’s inner rhythm, have shaped the music he has been doing in recent years
19:00 – doors open, and guided tours through the museum in Hebrew and Russian
20:00-21:00 – Performance at the museum entrance hall
Ticket price – 85 NIS (including the entrance fee, the tour and the concert)
Tickets can be bought on our website: https://bit.ly/2HPP1s8
or by phone 03-6837676 ext. 20
***The number of seats is limited. No assigned seats.
All ticket sales are final!