Benjamin Hochman Photo Jennifer Taylor

Benjamin Hochman

Born in Jerusalem in 1980, Benjamin Hochman studied at the Curtis Institute and Mannes School. At age 24 he made his debut with the IPO at Carnegie Hall conducted by Pinchas Zukerman.  Appearances with the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, Pittsburgh Symphony and Prague Philharmonic orchestras followed under conductors Noseda, Pinnock, Robertson and Storgårds. A winner of the Avery Fisher Award, he has performed at prestigious venues worldwide. In 2015 he developed an auto-immune condition affecting his left hand thus pursuing his longstanding interest in conducting, studying at Juilliard and working as assistant conductor. Fully recovered he returned to the piano, performing and directing Mozart piano concertos with the English Chamber Orchestra. Current engagements include performances at the Santa Fe and Schubertiade festivals and Wigmore Hall (London), concerts in Israel, Berlin and Budapest, and conducting appearances in Connecticut. Hochman is a Steinway Artist and a Lecturer at Bard College Berlin.

Photo Jennifer Taylor

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