Vision the Sound
An interactive lecture, combining music, computers and spectacular video clips
Lecturer: Dr. Ori Lashman– conductor, composer, pianist and lecturer
Thursday 28.02.2013, 8pm
Every one of us listen to music, however, is it possible to vision the sound? What is the relation between sound and color? And what does Schubert’s Trout Quintet has to do with computer games?
On Thursday 28.02.2013 Chelouche Gallery will host an interactive lecture, which combines music, computers and spectacular video clips, conducted by Dr. Ori Lashman as part of the exhibition “The Spectacle of Lea Nikel”.
With the advantages of cutting edge technology we will voyage into some of the greatest musical masterpieces. Get an inside look into the Classical and Modern music revolutions on the new-media and social networks.
Dr. Ori Lashman is a conductor, composer and pianist; he obtained his Doctorate Degree from Bar-Ilan University, and is a graduate of The Rubin Music Academy at Tel-Aviv University for conduction and composition.
Lashman is a conductor for numerous orchestras and opera-houses worldwide. His work as a composer spreads across many genera. In recent years his main focus was on composing for poets, production and musical director of concerts in Israel. Lashman is the art director of Shir-Ad Association for supporting the Israeli song.
The exhibition “The Spectacle of Lea Nikel” consists of around 50 works by Lea Nikel (1918-2005); acrylic on canvas and on paper, from the years 1953-2005.
In my eyes, Lea Nikel was a bold and brilliant jazz artist, says the exhibition curator Nira Itzhaki. For her exhibition I chose works where her magnificent jazzy motives and Nikel’s well known “improvisations” appear in their most refined and purest form. For Lea Nikel “Painting is like music, like words… another sentence in the poem”.
The lecture will be held in Hebrew.
Tickets Price: 35 NIS
Limited number of tickets
For any further inquiries:
Chelouche Gallery: Tel: +972-(0)3-6200082, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org