Tel-Hai International Piano Master Classes
Tel Hai Master Classes join the world’s musical community in celebrating the 250-th birth anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven.
*Prof. Jeffrey Swann, who performs and has recorded the composer’s 32 piano sonatas, will give a talk on Conceiving, Preparing, and Performing the complete Beethoven Sonatas: "The Pianist's Mt. Everest".
*A celebratory public concert, featuring Beethoven’s works for the piano as well as chamber music with piano, will be held. Should the number of works ready for performance require, the framework of the concert may be extended to a marathon format.
*Beethoven's song cycle An die Ferne Geliebte will be featured in this year's Art Song Workshop.
*A special prize for the most impressive performance of a Beethoven composition at the Classes will be awarded.
*A work by Beethoven is to be featured in the program of the concluding Gala concert in Tel Aviv.
SO – BRING YOUR BEETHOVEN TO TEL HAI!
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Tami Kanazawa & Yuval Admony Alon Goldstein Guy Mintus Oxana Yablonskaya Yossi Reshef Tomer Gewirtzman Aviram Reichert Norma Fisher Emanuel Krasovsky Diana Cahanescu Ido Ariel Claudio Martinez Mehner Massimiliano Ferrati Vera Vaidman Dmitri Bashkirov Tomer Lev Yoni Farhi Asaf Zohar Aquiles Delle Vigne Nina Tichman Tatiana Zelikman Victor Derevianko Jeffrey Swann Our Teachers
Tel-Hai faculty includes world-renown artists from around the globe
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The Master Classes take place at our summer home, Midreshet Sde Boker – an inspiring environment, located in the magical region of Ramat HaNegev.
The program is 20 days in total, during which the participants receive individual lessons, a daily public master class, and evening concerts.