Different images of the night unite all three parts of this interesting program. Mozart’s Serenata notturna brings grace and a festive atmosphere of outdoor parties, while Bernstein’s flute concerto Halil is in a completely opposite mood. Written for an Israeli flutist who died in the Yom Kippur War, this work brings difficult moments of the night – nightmares, insomnia, fears, but also the importance of art for life and hope for peace. The soloist will be Guy Eshed, the solo flutist of the Israeli Philharmonic. The story of Igor Stravinsky’s Petrushka, which brought a revolution to the history of music with his treatment of instrumental colors, culminates in the last scene of the night when a tragic crime of passion takes place fueled by jealousy.