אנסמבל גולהא - Ensemble Golha                 


   צור קשר.    לוח הופעות.    קליפים וצילומים מהמופע.    תקשורת ועיתונות.
   קורות חיים.    פינת החוויה - פורום.    סרטים וכתבות.     E N G L I S H
 
    דף הבית.
    מורה לסנטור.
רוצים תזכורת להופעה הבאה, רשמו את המיייל שלכם ולחצו על שלח.
E N S E M B L E   G O L H A
P E R S S I A N   c l a s s i c a l   M U S I C
 
Menashe Sasson 
 
Menashe Sasson
 
Born in Iran in 1945, Sasson studied classical Perssian music
with the famous Santour player Mr. Kiu Hagihghi, while he played
 with several orchestras.
He plays the Zyther type of strig instrument, called the Santour, an
ancient Perssian classical instrument.
Sasson immigrated to israel in 1963 and since then has been
very active in the music field, he participates in music festivals
around the world as a solist and as a member of misical
ensembles.
In 1980 he began performing the chant for Santour & Orchestra,
composed for him by Tzvi Avni, and continues to be invited to perform
this piece with international orchestras.
He has participated numerous times in the International Cimbalon
 Festival, and is featured on the festival's 1999 Belgium recording.
Sasson is the founder and music director of (among others),
Ensemble Esfahan,and long time member of israeli ensemble - Habrera
 Hativeet-The Natural Gadering He bild some of his own instruments,
 as well as instruments for fellow musicians
with whom he performs
 
 

 
 
Farzane Cohen
Farzane (Tsipi) Cohen
Born in Iran, Farzana studied traditional Persian music from some of the best voice instructors in the country.  After immigrating to Israel in 1978, she performed recitations of Persian poetry on theatrical and academic stages around the country, and employed her gifted and dynamic voice as a newscaster on national television.  Farzana’s talent was noted by Menashe Sasson, who recognized her potential as a classical Persian vocalist and committed to guiding her through this artistic development.  In time, the two founded Ensemble Golha.
 

 
 
Jakov Miron 
Jakov Miron
 Jakov plays flute and clarinet for Ensemble Golha.  Born and raised in Israel, he has played with a range of musical groups, including East-West Ensemble, Habrera Hativeet, the Israel Opera, and the Israel Police Orchestra.  Currently a member of the Israel Andalus Orchestra, he is a World Music enthusiast and plays various ethnic wind instruments from around the world.
 
 

 
Marina Toshiz
Marina Toshich 
 Hailing from Sarajevo, Bosnia, where she developed a love for Balkan, Turkish and Ladino music, Marina is today a composer, vocalist and Oud player.  She studied music and classical piano in the Sarajevo Conservatory before earning a Master in Fine Arts from the Jan Mateico Arts Academy in Cracow, Poland.  Marina has participated in numerous music festivals and original projects.  Her instructional book, The Basics of Oud, was published in the United States by Mel Bay Publications (2008).
 
 

 
Moshe Hagigi
Moshe Hagigi
 

Born in Israel to a family that immigrated from Shiraz, Iran, in the 1970s, Moshe inherited a love for music from his father, who played at every family gathering.  His talent became evident when he began to play on his own, learning entirely by ear.  Moshe plays the Tombak/Zarb with Golha, as well as various percussion instruments.

 
 

 
 Aviva Alayeb
Aviva Alayeb
       
    Violin

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