August 2nd - August 11th 2020
August 2nd - August 11th 2020 Schedule is now available View Schedule >>

About

Tel-Hai Master Webinars 2020

Dear Students and Friends of Tel-Hai,

Our annual Summer Piano Master Classes, unfortunately, had to be cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This situation has provided us with a unique opportunity to bring interesting content directly to you!

This summer, Tel-Hai is offering 20 live events - lectures and talks with our distinguished faculty, outstanding guests and alumni (see the schedule here). Relevant topics in today’s world of piano and classical music will be presented and discussed, for you to listen and participate - Open for everyone to sign up!

Tel-Hai is also providing the opportunity to take private online lessons with our faculty members (see the list here). Open for students only, after registration and approval. The lessons will be scheduled directly between the professor and the student, and held on their preferred platform.

When is all this happening?

Between August 2nd and August 11th (10 days).

Two live events will be featured each day - at 16:00 (Israel, GMT+3), and at 18:00 (Israel, GMT+3).

Tracks:

  • Single Ticket Event Buy a ticket for one event of your choice.

20 USD / 70 NIS

  • Tel-Hai Supporter Make a donation (tax deductible in Israel) to help Tel-Hai support its young talented pianists, offering them enriching activities, interactive studies and exceptional opportunities; and get a free pass to all 20 live events.

300 USD / 1050 NIS

  • Tel-Hai Student Discounted package to attend all 20 live events and apply for private online lessons (not including the cost of private lessons).

190 USD / 665 NIS

How do I sign up?

Registration is now open! Register here

Any further questions?

Contact us at [email protected] or on WhatsApp +972-52-6240294 .

What equipment and program will I need?

We recommend using a wired internet connection for the best experience. If you are unable to connect your desktop, laptop or tablet to the internet using an Ethernet cable, a strong, stable Wi-Fi connection and/or cellular data may be used. Check the speed and strength of your Wi-Fi at speedtest.net; connections of at least 20 mbps (download) and 10 mbps (upload) are best. If yours is below 10 mbps (download) or 5 mbps (upload), you may need an upgrade from your internet provider. Upload speeds below 5 mbps will produce poor quality video and audio.

Live events will be held on Zoom. If you aren’t signed up yet, we suggest you do (it’s free) - https://zoom.us/signup .

For students taking private online lessons - we also recommend you have access to an external microphone and webcam for best video and audio quality.

Sara Lahat, Chair.
Prof. Victor Derevianko & Prof. Emanuel Krasovsky, Artistic Directors.