Arrangements

Ohad Ben-Ari’s passion for orchestral and chamber music inspired him to transcribe many symphonic works to smaller ensembles. These arrangements were commissioned by chamber music festivals worldwide and performed by leading musicians, such as Emmanuel Pahud, Sol Gabetta, Gary Hoffman, Paul Meyer, Bruno Schneider, Daishin Kashimoto and Guy Braunstein.

Brahms

“Intermezzi”, 9 piano pieces selected from op. 76, 116-119, arranged for piano trio

Brahms

“Tragic Overture”, arranged for piano trio

Brahms

Sextet #1, arranged for piano and woodwind quintet

Dvorak

“Biblical Songs”, arranged for vocal and 9 instruments

Kodaly

“Galanta Dances” arranged for piano, violin, cello, flute, clarinet and horn

Mahler

“Kindertotenlieder”, arranged for voice, oboe, horn, violin, viola, cello and piano

Strauss

“Rosenkavalier Suite” arranged for piano, violin, cello, flute, clarinet and horn

Stravinsky

“Pulcinella” arranged for piano quartet and flute

Stravinsky

“Firebird” suite arranged for 9 instruments

Tchaikowsky

“The Seasons” – 12 arrangements for various instrumentations

Nino Rota

“La Strada”,  the soundtrack to Fellini’s film, arranged for 12 instruments

Brahms

“Opus 8”, the B-major piano trio, arranged for a symphonic orchestra

Debussy

“Suite Bergamasque”, arranged for cello and piano

Achron

Hebrew Melody, arranged for String Orchestra and Harp

Bruch

Kol Nidrei, arranged for cello solo, String Orchestra and Harp

Dvorak

Dumky Trio, arranged for horn, violin and piano

Schulhoff

Fünf Pittoresken, arranged for flute, bassoon and piano

Albinoni-Giazotto

Adagio, arranged for Oboe and 6 male voices