Happy Passover From Members Of The Israel Philharmonic

Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
Screenshot if the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra’s Passover video

The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly changed our daily lives. Social distancing has become the new normal, and makes group music performance challenging. With the help of the internet, classical musicians are showcasing their creativity.

Here’s a great example I found recently. For those not able to celebrate Passover with family and friends, some members of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra came up with a musical greeting of their own. Each of the musicians featured in the video recorded their sections on their own, which were then assembled make up the group peformance.

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