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Upcoming BBC Radio Broadcast Featuring Two Young WIZO Musicians

 

Gadi Abu Saman and Orian Shukrun from the WIZO Maalot Tarshicha Music Conservatory will be interviewed on BBC Radio 3's "In Tune" program on 15 February for a live interview with Sean Rafferty. The show begins at 4:30 p.m. UK time, and Gadi and Orian will be on at about 5:00 p.m.  They will perform on the piano together and be interviewed. The broadcast will last for a total of   about 20-25 minutes.

 

 

 

Gadi aged 21 and Orian aged 19 have studied music at WIZO Maalot Tarshcicha Music Conservatory sponsored by WIZO Switzerland since they were 6 years old. They are a unique musical team who believe that the harmony created through music can be a key to building bridges of peace in a diverse multicultural society such as Israel and in the world. Currently Gadi an Israeli Arab studies music at the Jerusalem Music Conservatory while Orian a yeshiva student combines his IDF service and religious studies. The two musicians are currently being hosted by WIZO uk and performed at their annual gala dinner in London and Leeds. Last year the duo were guests of WIZO Switzerland and performed and studied master classes in Geneva.
Link to BBC Radio 3
http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/

 

 

 

 

 

 

The program is streamed live on the BBC Radio 3 website, and will be available as 'audio on demand' for seven days after the broadcast. In addition, any production photos taken in the studio will be uploaded to the photo sharing website:Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/bbcradio3intune/) where comments can be posted.

 

It would be great if we could Tweet about the broadcast beforehand and afterwards @BBCInTune

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




 

 
 WIZO, the Women's International Zionist Organization, is a non-party international movement dedicated to the advancement of the status of women, welfare of all sectors of Israeli society and encouragement of Jewish education in Israel and the Diaspora.
 WIZO is an international movement of Zionist women, founded in England in 1920. Today, there are over a quarter of a million volunteers in 50 Federations throughout the world, working actively for the welfare of the citizens of Israel and providing help and support in the operation of hundreds of education and welfare projects and services.