We are happy to share our collaboration with composer Yuval Adler and singer Nofar Yacobi. 

On the piece, Adler shares: "The text of the poem is in Hebrew, and translates roughly to: “A dozen syllables to the end, and on my lips only her name.” In the Hebrew version the text fits into twelve syllables, with the last word, pronounced “shma”, written and spelled as the word meaning “her name” while also sounding like the first word of the Jewish prayer “Shma Yisrael…” which is traditionally said before death."


It was our great joy to reconnect with nature in the astounding landscapes of Montana with the Dvorak's 13h String Quartet. 

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