Classic Masters Tel Aviv Music Academy, Israel

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From the 15th to the 24th of May 2022, the European Foundation for Support of Culture, in collaboration with the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music, will be proud to present the Classic Masters Tel Aviv Music Academy, which will take place at the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music in Tel Aviv, Israel.

 

There will be four schools of study: piano, violin and cello involving a total of 8 professors. For the piano department, winner of the Moscow National Piano Competition while he was still a student and professor of several masterclasses in many different countries, Pavel Gililov (Germany/Austria).  

 

The violin department will feature the winner of some of the most important competitions in the world, including Queen Elisabeth in Brussels and Henryk Wieniawski in Poznan, Zakhar Bron (GermanySwitzerland). As a second professor, the project will present the second prize winner at the Paganini Competition in 1990 and first prize and gold medal at the International Violin Competition in Indianapolis, Pavel Berman (Italy).   

 

Furthermore, regarding cello, there will be another five incredible artists, bringing their prestigious works and knowledge to Tel Aviv: prize winner at the International Tchaikovsky Youth Competition and at the International Antonio Janigro Competition in Zagreb, Boris Andrianov (Russia); gold medal winner at the Tchaikovsky Competition in 1970, David Geringas (LithuaniaGermany); performer alongside some of the most important orchestras around the world, Ralph Kirshbaum (USA); prize winner at the Tchaikovsky International Competition in Moscow, Chamber Music International Competition in Trapani (Italy), UNISA International Competition in Pretoria (South Africa), Alexander Knyazev; winner of the International Casals Competition in Budapest in 1963, Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi (Japan). 

 

Cellist and Grammy nominated conductor, Dmitry Yablonsky, will serve as Artistic Director of the festival. Mr Yablonsky performed on some of the most prestigious stages around the world, alongside some of the greatest orchestras of the classical music panorama. 

 

“As the Artistic Director for this wonderful event I am fully committed to putting all my energies to work to ensure that all participants will truly be able to get the most out of this journey of musical growth and self-discovery. The EUFSC and its President, Konstantin Ishkhanov, have truly outdone themselves with this grand event, which will be one of the most ambitious music academies in the world, and will provide hundreds of young musicians from all over the globe with the opportunity to gain an insight into some of the greatest musical minds working today,” commented Mr Yablonsky.

 

For more info : www.classicmasters.org