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The Conservatory Chamber Orchestra performed excerpts from George Bizet’s opera “The Pearl Fishers”

The Academy Conservatory’s Chamber Orchestra, with stage direction by Ari Teperberg and conducted by Michael Klinghoffer, presented excerpts from Bizet’s “Pearl Fishers”. “The Pearl Fishers” is the story of two soul mates, Nadir and Zorga when their strong friendship is … Continue reading

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The Convervatory Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Michael Klinghoffer, on concert tour of Oslo, Norway, cooperates with the orchestra of a local conservatory

The Chamber Orchestra of the Academy Conservatory, conducted by Michael Klinghoffer, travelled to Oslo to meet with the youth orchestra of the prestigious Barratt Due Music School. Three concerts took place in the course of the week: one at the … Continue reading

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Youth yodeling – Georges Bizet: The Pearl Fishers

From Jerusalem Post – April 26, 2013 (p.22-23) Youth yodeling By BARRY DAVIS Teenagers from the Conservatory Orchestra of the Rubin Academy of Music and Dance learn about friendship, people and music from Georges Bizet’s ‘The Pearl Fishers.’ According to Dr. Michael … Continue reading

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An Event

To Racheli Galay Cellist Anner Bylsma wrote in his book, Bach, the Fencing Master, that children like art, they do not like culture[1]. As I see it, art belongs to the creator and culture belongs to the consumer. Last Thursday, … Continue reading

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Yes/No Questions

As I was suggesting a new exercise the other day, one of the students asked: Why do we need to do it? We know it already. ”I was confused for a moment. Usually I encourage my students to ask questions, … Continue reading

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Open Rehearsal

For those who have enjoyed reading “The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner” and “Pareto“. Here is a short video that summarizes those events.

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There Is No Second Time

To Lasse Lagercrantz and the wonderful bass students at the Sibelius Academy, Helsinki. “It was better” I said to the student. “It was the second time” said he, trying not to give me all the credit for the improvement. We … Continue reading

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