Join us for the Embassy Series annual concert, this year featuring Israeli violinist Itamar Zorman.
IN COOPERATION WITH THE DANIEL PEARL “WORLD MUSIC DAYS”
DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF DANIEL PEARL
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2013 AT 7:00 PM
THIS CONCERT IS DEDICATED TO TOLERANCE AND UNDERSTANDING.
Born in Tel-Aviv, Israel, in 1985 to a family of musicians, Itamar Zorman graduated from the Israeli Conservatory of Music in Tel-Aviv in 2003, where he began his violin studies at the age of six with Saly Bockel, before continuing his studies with Professor David Chen and Nava Milo. He received his Bachelor of Music from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance as a student of Hagai Shaham. At the same time, he was the first violinist in the Israel Army’s IDF String Quartet. He received his Master’s of Music from The Juilliard School in 2009, where he studied with Robert Mann and Sylvia Rosenberg, and received an Artist Diploma from Manhattan School of Music in 2010, and an Artist Diploma from Julliard in 2012, studying with Ms. Rosenberg. Itamar Zorman is currently a student of Christian Tetzlaff at The Kronberg Academy. He plays on a Pietro Guarneri violin from 1745 from the private collection of Yehuda Zisapel. Itamar just received a $25,000 Avery Fisher career grant and 2nd prize at the Tchaikovsky International competition. $65/reception. Program: Brahms, Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky.
For more information, please visit http://www.embassyseries.com/performances/itamar-zorman-violin/