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March 2, 2009

Gabriella Talrose, Marina Friedman
Piano duo

Jerusalem Music Center

Gabi Talroze & Marina Friedman

For several years, Gabriella Talrose and Marina Friedman have been successfully collaborating and performing at various venues in Israel, including the Targ Music Center, the Jerusalem Music Center, The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, and in chamber music events in Beit Shemesh and Rehovot, as well as participating in subscription-concert series such as "Moscow Nights," in Wise Auditorium.
Their wide repertoire includes classical, modern, and Israeli compositions.

Marina Friedman

Marina Friedman immigrated to Israel from the Soviet Union in 1979, at age 17.
She studied piano with professor Boguslavsky at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, Professor Vardi in Tel Aviv, and professor Margulis in Freiburg (Germany). She is a prize winner of the 1982 international Maria Canals piano competition in Barcelona. Since then she has been taking an active part in Israeli music life, including performances at the Kfar Blum Festival and IBA classical music channel recordings as soloist and part of chamber ensembles. Her performances as soloist with orchestras include such distinguished conductors as Maestro Garry Bertini and Maestro Sergio Comissiona with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra. In 1991 she established a conservatory of music in Beit Shemesh and has been serving as its artistic director since.

Gabriella Talrose

Gabriella Talrose obtained her Masters and Doctoral degrees in Leningrad (St. Petersburg) and she performed for many years as soloist with the Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra. Ms. Talrose also performed as permanent pianist with the Leningrad Symphony Orchestra under Yuri Timirkanov, and appeared on a regular basis with various chamber ensembles and in recitals as well as a soloist with the symphony orchestras under Rogstabanski, Dimitirov, Janson, and others. She also taught chamber music and accompaniment at the Leningrad (St. Petersburg) Music Conservatory.
After immigrating to Israel, Ms. Talrose joined the faculty of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. She has been the permanent pianist of the Ir Shalem trio, which in 2003 was awarded the Ministry of Education’s prize for best performance in chamber music. The trio has been recorded for the IBA classical music radio program and has appeared in Israel and abroad, including international festivals in St. Petersburg (2007) and Paris (2005). The trio performed the Martinu trio with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra in 2007.

Date / time Activity
March 2, 2009, 8:00 p.m.

Piano duo recital (details to be announced)


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