During the compact Israel tour the Mandelring Quartett gave 6 concerts in 5 days, also in Tel Aviv and Haifa. One of the concerts was a charity concert for the cultural program of the Jewish – Arab agreement initiative “Givat Haviva”. Also, the Quartet followed an invitation to a chamber music workshop at the Rubin-Academy in Tel-Aviv.
Apart from quartets by Schubert, Beethoven and Debussy the program included the first piano quartet by Ludwig Thuille (1861-1907), a remarkable discovery. The pianist was Tomer Lev from Israel. The romantic piece was written in 1880; 125 years later now the Quartet played its premier in Israel.