Musical Curation describes the musical interpretation of visual arts exhibits. Michal established the concept together with the Petah-Tikva Museum of Art (Israel) to express the collaboration between classical music and visual arts. Musical curation enables the dialog with exhibitions, art pieces, artistic places and general themes through a customised musical repertoire. It aims to intensify the insight into visual arts and to create an inspiring experience accessible to wide and diverse audiences.
The musical programme is performed by the newly established Museum Orchestra. It performs throughout the year with a series of concerts (orchestral and chamber), that correspond with various exhibitions. The concerts take place alongside the artworks in the museum's auditorium and galleries. They are accompanied by a program that sheds additional light on the relationship between the repertoire and the exhibitions. The projects have been supported by numerous private and public donors.