Hillel Zori

One of Israel’s most eminent musicians, Hillel Zori won the Gold Medal at the Canals Competition (Barcelona) and prizes at the Geneva, Whitaker, Rostropovich and Stradivarius competitions. A recipient of AICF scholarships, he studied with Uzi Wiesel in Tel Aviv and with Bernard Greenhouse in the USA. As a soloist with orchestras including the Israel …

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Clarinettist, composer and conductor, Jörg Widmann studied clarinet with Gerd Starke in Munich and Charles Neidich at the Juilliard School, New York. He has performed with leading orchestras including the Gewandhaus (Leipzig), Tonhalle-Orchester (Zurich), National Symphony (Washington), Vienna Philharmonic, Nederlands Philharmonic, Montreal Symphony, and Toronto Symphony orchestras, under conductors such as Daniel Barenboim, Christoph Eschenbach …

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Highlights for Stephen Waarts this season include return visits to the Mecklenburg Vorpommern Festival and the Philharmonie Zuidnederland, and debuts with the Szczecin Philharmonic, Orchestre National de Belgique, Slovak Philharmonic, Cape Town Philharmonic, and Oulu Symphony orchestras. He will perform with the Luzerner Sinfonie, give recital concerts during his Verbier residency, and collaborate with Sir …

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Astrig Siranossian, First Prizewinner of the Krzystof Penderecki International Cello Competition, and several times winner of the competition’s Special Prize, has performed as soloist with leading orchestras under conductors including Daniel Barenboim and Simon Rattle. Her musical partners include Martha Argerich, Yo-Yo Ma, Sol Gabetta, Bertrand Chamayou and Daniel Ottensamer. Her recent recording as soloist …

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Chief Conductor designate of the Philharmonie Südwestfalen, commencing summer 2019, and Music Director of the Munich Chamber Opera since 2011, Nabil Shehata began his conducting career in 2006, encouraged and mentored by Daniel Barenboim. Following his critically acclaimed debut in 2007 he has conducted orchestras world-wide, including the Berlin Radio Symphony, Düsseldorf Symphony, Ljubljana Radio …

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Winner of the 2010 Indianapolis Violin Competition, Clara-Jumi Kang has carved out an international career performing with leading orchestras and conductors across Asia and Europe. Other accolades include first prizes at the Seoul Violin Competition (2009) and the Sendal Violin Competition (2010). She has performed with leading orchestras including the Leipzig Gewandhaus, Cologne Chamber, Kremerata …

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Kathrin Rabus studied in Basel with Sandor Zöldy, in Tel Aviv with Piotr Bondarenko, in New York with Dorothy DeLay, and in masterclasses with Henryk Szeryng, Nathan Milstein and Gidon Kremer. In 1979 she won the Young Soloists Award (Germany) and in 1987 the Tibor Varga Violin Competition. In 1988 she was appointed Concertmaster of …

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Ori Kam studied in Israel with Chaim Taub, in New York with Pinchas Zukerman, and with Wilfried Strehle in Berlin. Awards include prizes at the Geneva and Tertis competitions. He made his debut at age sixteen with the IPO under Zubin Mehta, and has since performed as soloist with orchestras such as the National Symphony …

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Romanian-born Mihaela Martin began violin studies with her father at the age 5, continuing with Stefan Gheorghiu. She has won numerous international competitions, including top prizes at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Competition and the First International Violin Competition in Indianapolis. She has performed with orchestras such as the BBC Symphony, Montreal Symphony, Mozarteum Salzburg and Leipzig …

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Born in 1989 in France to a family of musicians, Adrien began playing piano and viola at age 4. He studied with Jean Sulem at the Paris Conservatoire, continuing with Tatiana Masurenko and Tabea Zimmerman. He has won numerous international prizes including the Primrose, Tertis and Brahms competitions, and awards from the ‘Fondation Lagardère’, L’Or …

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