Keshet Eilon International Violin Mastercourse

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Wednesday, December 08, 2010

Keshet Eilon is is a three-week master class open to violin students from Israel and abroad, with opportunities to study with Prof. Itzhak Rashkovsky of London’s Royal College of Music and other world-class performers. Located at Kibbutz Eilon in the Western Galilee, Israel, it presented a performance in Tel Aviv earlier this year. We bring you some of the highlights.

Program details:

Schumann - Violin and Piano Sonata in A Minor, 1st movement
Aylen Pritchin and Julia Gurvitch

Henning Kraggerud - Duo Gemini for Two Violins
Miriam Helms Alien and Guro Kleven Hagen

Weber - Hungarian Rondo for Viola and Piano
Caroline Gilbert and Neomi Kaplan

Schnittke - Fugue for Solo Violin 
Mathieu van Bellen

Sulkhan Tsintsadze - Two Georgian Songs for Cello and Piano
Laura Kegeles and Neomi Kaplan

Franck - Violin and Piano Sonata in A: finale
Danbi Um and Petr Jirikovsky

Comments [2]

Fornfeist, Joachim from Berlin, Germany

I enjoy the strong and melodic working of Miriam Helms Alien.
I met her at Hanns Eisler High School in Berlin, so I send her my regards.

Jan. 22 2014 04:58 PM
Muriel Bodenweber from CT

Could someone remember and please tell me what/why the name Ryo Yanagitani was spoken just before 10:00 PM on Wed. Dec. 8. I have searched in all possible places I can think of. I think he was referred to as the "young artist". I cannot find that he was listed as a performer that evening. Thank you

Dec. 08 2010 10:16 PM

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