Orit Wolf, a multifaceted Israeli pianist and classical music promoter, will perform yet another unusual concert at The Tel Aviv Museum of Art. This time Wolf, whose approach to programming is anything but banal, hosts actor/ singer Nathan Datner, who is loved by children and adults alike.
“I call this program Symphony of Life,” says Wolf. “It is about struggles, missions, fears, coping with success and coping with failure, and Nathan and I will sing and play together. The program is based on six musicals, such as Les Miserables and Fiddler on the Roof, which we both love. These musicals speak of a nonconformist life, after all. We like it, and I hope the audience will enjoy it too because, in fact, this is an extra performance. I’ve already hosted Datner in my series, and many people who wanted to attend the concert could not because it was sold out.”