Classical Music Concert

Classical Music Concert

AACI’s Jenny and Max Weil Music Program is pleased to announce a special livestream concert  to commemorate the second yahrzeit of  Max Weil, z”l

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Sunday, September 12th 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. (Israel time)
featuring Diana Lupo (violin) and Rivka Amar (harp)

Music by Tchaikovsky, Paliashvili, Bach, and a selection of Jewish and Israeli music.

The livestream link will be sent upon registration.

Diana Lupo began violin lessons in her native Russia when she was 4 years old.  She received a Bachelor of Music degree from Mannes College of Music and a Master of Music from Yale.  Diana is a member of the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra and acts as concertmaster for the Jerusalem Opera, Tel Aviv Soloists, and the Israel Chamber Orchestra.

Rivka Arki-Amar was born in France and began studying the harp at age 8.  She graduated with honors from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance and was the principal harpist of the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra.  She runs the Avivim Music Center in Jerusalem and serves as a member of the Music Committee of the prestigious International Harp Competition.

AACI’s Jenny and Max Weil Music Program

In November 2020, Judy Amsel and Daniel Weil dedicated the Jenny and Max Weil Music Program to honor the legacy and memory of their parents.  Highlights of the dedication included memories shared by Judy and Daniel, a performance of some of their favorite music, the presentation of the “Broken Fiddle” sculpture to AACI, and stories from the grandchildren and a close family friend. “Broken Fiddle” is a memorial to musicians who died in the Holocaust and is a gift donated to AACI from the home of Jenny and Max Weil z”l who lived in Jerusalem from 1994 to 2019.


Sunday, September 12 2021


6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

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