Israeli conductor, mandolin and lute player Alon Sariel is in Israel this month for a varied and intriguing concert tour. He will be joining the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra as a conductor and soloist for the program: "Rembrandt and the Jews of Amsterdam," which marks 350 years since the death of the Dutch master. Concerts in Haifa, Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. In addition, he will take part in the International Chamber Music Festival in Eilat with the program, "Beethoven's mandolin," performing works by the composer for the mandolin, as well as works inspired by these pieces, written by Grammy-nominated jazz pianist, Uri Caine. KAN reporter Naomi Segal spoke earlier with Sariel about the upcoming concerts. Concert dates can be found at alon-sariel.com