Israeli violist Tali Kravitz Parag appeared at numerous esteemed venues, often collaborating with today’s leading artists. She received a MM from the Pinchas Zukerman Performance Program at the Manhattan School of Music where she studied under the guidance of Pinchas Zukerman and Patinka Kopec. She served on the faculty of the Manhattan School of Music Precollege Division, the Summit Music Festival in NY and the National Arts Center Orchestra Young Artists Program Precollege in Canada. Currently serves on the faculty of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, the Levinsky College of Education and the Lin & Ted Arison Israel Conservatory of Music.
An avid chamber musician Tali performed on stages throughout the United States, Canada, South Korea, Israel and Europe, including Carnegie Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center; the Bennett-Gordon Hall in Chicago; the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel. Her festival appearances include; the Kronberg Academy’s Chamber Music Connects the World in Germany; the Steans Institute for Young Artists of the Ravinia Festival, Chicago; the Perlman Music Program's chamber music workshop, NY; the Voice of Music Festival in the Upper Galilee.
Tali also earned a MS in Neuroscience and Education from Teachers College, Columbia University in 2013.