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Welcome to Keshet Eilon

Keshet Eilon Music Center and its String Masterclasses were founded in 1990 on Kibbutz Eilon in Western Galilee. It focuses in fostering and promoting young string musicians from Israel and abroad. The Center’s musical activities include International String Mastercourses, intended for performers at the highest level, every summer, periodic seminars for Israeli string players and a yearly qualitative concert series for the benefit of music lovers from all over the Western galilee. For more information…

Keshet Eilon String Mastercourse 2022 is about to start

We are happy to renew our high quality live music and privileged to invite you to share the celebration with us!
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Concerts at Eilon during the Mastercourse

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“Tomboys” – Pre Opening Concert

July 25 2022 - 20:15 UTC+0

Mastercourse Opening Concert

July 26 2022 - 20:15 - 21:30 UTC+0

‘Young Artists’ Concert 1

July 27 2022 - 20:15 - 21:30 IDT

‘Young Artists’ Concert 2

July 28 2022 - 20:15 - 21:30 IDT

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Tel Aviv Gala Concert 2022

On August 10, all Mastercourse participants pack their string instruments, heading to Tel Aviv for the traditional final Gala Concert. The concert will be held in the Recanati Hall at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art on Wednesday, August 10.
7:00 pm – reception at the entrance of the hall / 8:00 pm – concert starts

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