The 31st edition of the popular classical music gathering will take place at its usual berth of Kfar Blum on July 16 to 20.
The program of the five-day Voice of Music Festival offers plenty of quality entertainment, some big names and intriguing disciplinary projects. The junior side of the classical world is well catered to with the Voice of Music Festival for Children, with child prodigy Alma Deutscher making a return to the Galilee. The 10-year-old British violinist has been composing since she was six. An adaptation of her first opera, Sweeper of Dreams, was featured in last year’s festival. This year she will present her new opera for children, Cinderella. Other youthful fare includes a chamber ensemble rendition of Yoni Rechter’s score based on David Grossman’s children’s book Itamar Meets a Rabbit.