Joods Maastricht

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Two unique carillon concerts in Maastricht

MAZZELTOV!' Klezmer & Yiddish songs for carillon

Premiere Carillon Concerts
Tuesday, December 7, 2021
Maastricht Town Hall 17.00 - 17.45 hrs.
Saint Servatius Basilica 19.00 - 20.00 hrs.

Both open air concerts are freely accessible!

compositions & arrangements 'MAZZELTOV!
executive composer Mathieu Daniël Polak.
www.mathieudanielpolak.com

On the carillon of the Maastricht Town Hall, the carillonneurs
Frank Steijns, Boudewijn Zwart, Moshé Lewkowitz and Mathieu Daniël Polak.
Afterwards, they will play the carillon of Saint Servatius' Basilica,
violinist Sylvia Houtzager and saxophonist Lior Kuperberg will also participate.

The carillon of Maastricht's city hall has a long tradition of playing Jewish music.
Jewish music is played. In 1841, for instance, the carillon played during the opening of the
opening of the New Synagogue. After the Second World War, too
After the Second World War, concerts of Jewish music were regularly performed on this instrument.

Benoit Wesly, Honorary Consul of Israel, will be presenting the first copy of the 'MAZZ' at the end of the premiere concerts.
Benoit Wesly, Honorary Consul of Israel, will receive the first copy of the 'MAZZELTOV! Carillon book.
Carillon book. He has agreed to play a bass note in one of the quatre-mains pieces.
He has agreed to play a bass note in one of the quatre-mains pieces.