While the coronavirus pandemic put an abrupt halt to the concert touring schedule of  Israeli composer Oded Zehavi, it did not stop his creative output, and in fact, served as muse for a new piece, Arlozorov 178,  that will be premiered by the Israel Chamber Orchestra on April 20th at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. The work aptly takes its title from Zehavi's home address, where it was composed.  Zehavi is one of four composers whom the Tel Aviv municipality commissioned to create works inspired by the coronavirus period. The other three are: Josef Bardanashvili,  Aharon Harlap, and Naama Zafran. Zehavi spoke to KAN reporter Naomi Segal about how he approached the project.