Dalit Segal

Dalit Segal was born in 1970 in Rehovot and began her musical education at the local conservatory. She studied horn first with Jacob Kling and then with Yaacov Mishori, retired Principal Horn of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. Dalit Segal was a member of the Young Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, took part in the Matan Project, was a member of the Young Musicians Unit of the Jerusalem Music Centre at Mishkenot Sha’ananim and won America-Israel Cultural Foundation scholarships.   She served in the IDF’s Education Corps as a ‘Gifted Musician’ and then joined the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, studying with James Madison Cox, Principal Horn of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.  At the age of 22 she joined the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and was sent by Zubin Mehta to the Juilliard School of Music, where she studied with Ranier DeIntinis. Since her return to Israel, she has been Assistant Principal Horn with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.

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With deepest regret, we announce that this year’s Jerusalem International Chamber Music Festival, which was due to take place from 31 August to 4 September, has been cancelled due to coronavirus restrictions. Sadly, it is not possible for us to welcome the artists in compliance with the current quarantine regulations and for the first time in our twenty-four year history we are obliged to cancel the Festival.

We know how painful this is for the artists who are now unable to perform, for our audiences who were looking forward so much to this Festival, and for us, the Festival team who were working so hard to realise these wonderful concerts despite the ongoing health crisis. 
We look forward very much to seeing you all next year, our dear musicians and audiences. 

Elena Bashkirova, Musical Director

Yeheskel Beinisch, Chairman

Uri Dror, Producer

and the Festival team

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