Natasha Tadson’s Piano Masterclass in ZurichZurich, 03-07 June 2020

Israeli pianist Natasha Tadson is a world-class soloist and the prizewinner of the most prestigious international piano competitions, such as the Queen Elizabeth International Competition in Brussels or Arthur Rubinstein Piano Master Competition. Natasha’s successful debut in Carnegie-Hall was followed by an invitation to the Marlborough Festival and extensive performances in Israel and abroad. She has appeared as a soloist with the best orchestras globally: Santa Cecilia Orchestra in Rome, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in London and Berlin Radio Orchestra, to name just a few.

Currently Natasha lives in Israel, where she is teaching piano at the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music in Tel-Aviv University and performing many solo recitals, chamber music concerts and appearing regularly as a soloist with all the orchestras in Israel, including the Haifa Symphony Orchestra, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, the Israel Chamber Orchestra and the Israel Philharmonic. Natasha has performed under the baton of conductors such as Paul Paray, Michael Tilson-Thomas, Lukas Foss, Sergio Comissiona, Walter Weller, Rudolph Barshai, David Shallon and many others. Her recordings are heard regularly on the IBA Israeli Radio. In addition Natasha was awarded the Gina Bachauer Award for extraordinary pianistic achievements.

Natasha Tadson was born in the former Soviet Union and began studying the piano at the age of five. She completed her musical studies at the Gnessin School of Music in Moscow as a student of Prof. Victor Derevianko.

Natasha has been performing with her daughter, violinist Hadar Rimon, in recitals and chamber music concerts since the beginning of her daughter’s musical studies and gradually over the years their collaboration has increased greatly. Together they perform regularly in important halls in Israel, Europe, and India.

Course Fees: 150 CHF per 45 minute lesson

Location: Zakhar Bron School of Music, Rämistrasse 28, Zürich

Admission: Applicants between the ages of 6 and 18 are eligible to apply for participation. Participants will be chosen based on video recordings, which have to be submitted with the application form. The number of participants is limited.

Application deadline: 30 May 2020

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