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maasei amanutAcademic faculty members and administrators, good morning,
You are invited to send us information about art exhibitions,directed and produced by you slideshows , music, publishing and CD-ROMs. 
We will be happy to publish these works on the Faculty and give them a proper stage within the corner titled "practical art"!.!.! Please send the information to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

maasei amanutThe Department of Music released a double-CD entitled "Ventanas altas de Saloniki - Sephardic songs, coplas and ballads from Thessaloniki" The Department of Music released a double-CD entitled "Ventanas altas de Saloniki - Sephardic songs, coplas and ballads from Thessaloniki". It is based upon a research done by Dr. Shoshana Weich-Shahak. The singers are Kobi Zarco (born to a Jewish-Salonikian family) and Orit Perlman (graduate of the Dept. of Music). Most of the instrumentalists are students and graduated of the Department. Assaf Talmudi, lecturer at the Department, joined them. The recordings were made at the Studio of the Department by its students.The CDs are accompanied by a bilingual (English and Hebrew) booklet, including articles on the history of the community, its special Judeo-Espagnol dialect, and its musical tradition.The release of the CD album had been celebrated thrice: at the Dr. Hecht Arts Cebter (October 20, 2013); at the Cervantes Institut in Tel Aviv (November 6); and at the Beit Avot Leon Recanati in Petah Tikvah (November 11).

maasei amanutThe Department of Music released a CD, Highlights of the 2011/12 Organ Recital 

Highlights of the 2011/12 Organ Recital Series, held at the Hecht Auditorium, University of Haifa. It includes 11 pieces by ten composers (72 minutes) performed by seven organists, some of which are internationally renowned. Among others, the CD presents the world first recording of Prof. Eitan Steinberg's composition entitled Transparent Distance.
Samples can be found at this site: http://music.haifa.ac.il/index.php?option=com_content&;view=category&layout=blog&id=66&Itemid=446&lang=he
Those who are interested in purchasing the CD are kindly requested to approach the Department offices - tel. 04 8288484,This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.