"It's big on the financial production": the Eric Einstein tribute show was canceled at the last minute
The Eric Einstein tribute show, which was planned to take place next month at Live Park, was canceled almost at the last minute, after rehearsals had already been held and many advertisements had appeared to promote it.
Those close to the production said to Walla!
The reason for the cancellation is that not enough tickets were sold.
The production: "The show has been postponed to another date due to production constraints"
Sagi Ben Nun
Thursday, September 29, 2022, 12:25 Updated: 12:48
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The tribute show in his memory was cancelled.
Eric Einstein (Photo: Avi Waldman)
"This is the same love", the Eric Einstein tribute show, which was planned to take place on October 11 at Live Park - was canceled almost at the last minute, and this after rehearsals had already been held and many advertisements had appeared to promote it.
The show was supposed to take place as part of the 34th Rishon LeZion festival.
Sources close to the production say to Walla!
Culture because the reason for the cancellation is that not enough tickets were sold.
Another knowledgeable source told us that "the production decided it was too much for them financially."
The production of the show stated that it was not a cancellation but a postponement, and they responded: "Due to production constraints, the Eric Einstein tribute show has been postponed to another date to be announced later. The audience of ticket buyers will receive their money back through representatives of the Tel Aviv box office."
Yoav Kutner, who was supposed to conduct the show, said to Walla!
Tarbut: "It's a terrible shame, there should have been great performances. I hope it will happen again in another setting."
Yoni Rechter, Shem Tov Levy, Miki Gabrielov, Berry Sakharof, Shlomi Shabat, Yuval Dayan, Idan Amadi, Amir Banyon, Dikla, the Church of the Spirit, Esther Rada, David D'Or and Shira Gabrielov were supposed to participate in the show, and he was supposed to be accompanied by an orchestra The Israeli Symphony, Rishon LeZion, conducted by Ilan Mochim.
The one who was very conspicuous in his absence from the lineup is Shalom Hanoch, Einstein's old partner, at first it seemed that the reason for this was his health condition, but in the meantime he returned to perform on stage and yet his joining the lineup was not announced.
The show was supposed to be signed by the producer Yariv Yaft, and the musical production by Amit Harel.
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"The production decided that it was too much for her financially."
Eric Einstein (photo: Yaakov Agur from the Agur collection courtesy of yes doku)
Ahead of the show, a song by Eric Einstein, "Levadno Kabi Bichik" was released for the first time, written by Yoav Porat and composed, arranged and musically produced by his long-time partner in the creation, Shem-Tov Levy.
The song was recorded in 1997, during the work on the album "Where the Butterflies Flew", but never saw the light of day - until the beginning of this month, after the song was discovered in the archives of NMC United.
Shem Tov Levi said following his departure to Walla!
Culture: "'Alone as it were' was one of the songs we worked on for the album 'Where the Butterflies Flew.' to hear. I also sent the song to his widow Sima and his son, and it was given an OK to release the song. When this song was recorded, it was not completely completed. Now it was mixed, and I uploaded a new flute playing to it. But most of the song, most of the musicians and of course Eric's vocals, have been since . This song reminds me of Eric and the experience of working together with this man. I hope it stands the test of time. It's good that it's coming out and I hope people enjoy it."
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