Yaron Rosenthal

Yaron Rosenthal

Yaron Rosenthal

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Head of the Keyboard Department

Yaron Rosenthal was born in Israel in 1968. He has played as a soloist with leading orchestras such as the Philharmonia Orchestra at the Avery Fisher Hall- Lincoln Center, the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, , the National Orchestra of RAI in Turin- Italy, the Ordea Symphony Orchestra, the Calgary Philharmonic, the Santiago de Chile Philharmonic and the Camerata Virtuosi of New York.

He won many prizes and fellowships, among them: the first prize of the Young Artist Competition in Jerusalem, the Gina Bachauer Award, the Leonard Bernstein Fellowship at the Tanglewood Music Center, the Italian Government Award for the Arts and special fellowship from the Banff Arts Center, Alberta, Canada. He has given recitals and chamber music concerts in Israel, North and South America, Europe, South Africa and Australia.

He recorded for many radio stations, and has appeared at the prestigious Banff Festival in Alberta, Canada and the Tanglewood Festival in the USA. Yaron Rosenthal is a graduate from the Jerusalem Rubin Academy of Music and from the Tel Aviv Rubin Academy of Music, and studied with Prof. Benjamin Oren and Mrs. Pnina Salzman in Israel, and with pianist Murray Perahia in London.

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