Have you ever wished you could hear Israel's most decorated pianists perform after being trained for it by world's most renowned piano teachers?
This Sunday over 33 of Israel's brightest young talents in classical music will play a concert in Tel Aviv following a unique two-week masterclass taught to them by 11 award-winning instructors from Israel, the United States and South Korea.
Tel-Hai International Piano Master Classes is an annual event that hosts world's celebrated artist-teachers and young pianists of outstanding talent.
Since its establishment in 1992, the classes have "earned a name and high esteem the world over for artistic integrity, dedicated work, uncompromising professional standards and – not the least – the warm, informal atmosphere".
The classes usually host artists from more than thirty countries on average but this year due to COVID restrictions the presence of international artists is limited.
This year the classes are taking place between 1-15 of August, culminating in a graduation concert at the Clairmont Hall in Tel Aviv University.
Among this year's participants are Tomer Gewirtzman, winner of 2015 Young Concert Artist International Auditions, Yaron Kohlberg, president of the Cleveland International Piano Competition, Yoav Levanon, winner of “Young Talent Award” of the “Excelentia Foundation”, and many others.
The concert is set to take place on August 15 at 7pm and will be held in accordance with the Green Pass mandate. You can purchase tickets on the smarticket website.