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March 31 , 2008

Eitan Globerson, piano

Navon Hall of JAMD

 

 

Eitan Globerson is a faculty member of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance since 1991, served as the chair of the Piano Department in 1996–2000.

Many of his current and former piano students are prize winners of national and international competitions, and are performing in Israel and abroad.

Mr. Globerson received his B.Mus degree and Artist Diploma from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance summa cum laude; thereafter he continued his studies at the Hannover Musikhochschule, where he received a Soloist Diploma. He studied piano with Boris Berman, Irina Edelstein, Michael Boguslavsky and Arie Vardi, and conducting with Mendi Rodan and Lutz Koehler.

Mr. Globerson is a prize winner of many national and international competitions, including the Francois Shapira Prize in Israel, the Dino Ciani Competition, Teatro alla Scala Milano, and the UNISA Piano Competition Pretoria, South Africa.

Eitan Globerson has appeared as soloist with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, IBA Symphony Orchestra, Israel Camerata Orchestra, South Africa National Orchestra, Brno Symphony Orchestra, the Hannover Musikhochschule Orchestra and others, and performs frequently in piano recitals and chamber music concerts in Israel, Europe, USA and the Far East. He has recorded for the IBA

As conductor, Eitan Globerson performed with such orchestras as the Israel Philharmonic, the Israel Camerata, the IBA Symphony Orchestra, the Concerto Grosso Orchestra (Frankfurt), and served as Conductor in Residence of the Northern Israel Symphony Orchestra and the New Israeli Opera House where he conducted a variety of operas including “Norma,” “La Cenerentola, “ Andrea Chenier,” “Peter Grimes,” “Simon Boccanegra,” “Madama Butterfly,” “Attila,” “Rusalka,” and many others . During the concert season 2004–05 Mr. Globerson served as assistant to the musical director of the Teatro di San Carlo in Naples.
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March 31, 2008, 10 a.m.

Our Brain as Piano-Player: Enhancing Piano Playing and Its Pedagogy by Understanding the Human Brain (lecture)

   

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