Etudes Project

at Mishkenot Sha’ananim 

Prof. Yocheved Kaplinsky (Juilliard)

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Winner of the J.S. Bach International Competition in Washington. She studied at the Tel-Aviv Rubin Music Academy and New York’s Juilliard School of Music, were she received her Doctorate. Prof. Kaplinsky has appeared throughout the USA in recitals and chamber music and as a soloist with leading orchestras. She has also been in great demand for lectures and master classes in the USA, Israel and the Far East, and served on the jury of the Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competitions.

Prof. Emanuel Krasovsky

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Professor of piano and chamber music, Chair of the piano department at the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music, Tel-Aviv University, Studied at the Rubin Academy of Music, Tel Aviv University, and Juilliard in New York. Krasovsky won prizes at the International Bach Society, the Gina Bachauer memorial award, and first prize at New York Piano Teacher’s Congress international competition.Krasovsky has appeared as soloist with Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. He also played chamber music recitals in Israel, Europe, USA, and the Far East. Krasovsky was co-founder and director of the semi-annual chamber music festival in Zichron Yaacov. Emanuel Krasovsky has served on the juries of numerous international competitions, and he also has taught master classes throughout the world.

Dr. Ron Regev

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Completed his Bachelor of Music degree at the Rubin Academy of Music (Tel Aviv University). He continued his studies at the Juilliard School in New York, where he received his Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees. Winner of numerous awards and prizes in competitions. Dr. Regev was awarded America-Israel Cultural Foundation scholarships until the end of his formal studies, and was awarded a Fulbright grant for his studies in the United States. Dr. Regev’s appearances with orchestra include: the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at the Ravinia Festival; the Juilliard Symphony in Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center; the Armenian National Philharmonic Orchestra; the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra and more. Dr. Regev’s performances in Israel and abroad are frequently broadcast on national radio.

Daniel Hoxter

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Received his musical training at the Israel Academy of Music, Tel Aviv University. His extensive repertoire includes among others more than 70 piano concertos and the entire chamber music literature, as well as rarely performed works by known and unknown composers, including those of the 20th Century. Performed with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, the Israel Philharmonic Orchestar, Isaac Stern, the Vermeer Quartet (Chicago), the Orlando Quartet, the Neuen Zürcher Quartett, the Danzi Quintet (Amsterdam), the Philharmonischen Virtuosen Berlin, and much more. Hoxter teaches piano and chamber music at Collegium Artis, and he also participates in international master-classes. His CD recording of the Diabelli Variations received world-wide attention, ans so other recordings, such as the 24 PréludesOp. 28 by F. Chopin and the piano trios of J. Brahms.

Jan. 3-7, 2016