A concert commemorating 350 years to the death of the great Dutch painter, Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn. Rembrandt resided throughout most of his life amongst the Jewish community of Amsterdam, and Biblical motifs are common in his paintings. It is thought that Jewish community members served as models for many of his figures. This concert will feature rare works from the 17th and 18th Dutch Baroque period, including those that were part of the musical heritage of the Jewish community, and formed a cultural background for Rembrandt's work.
The concert has three dates and venues, in Haifa, Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv. Please check the event link for details.