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The Young Piano Course


The Young Piano couse was founded in 2009  in order to have a special program for young talented pianists that combines chamber music making with each other.
Most pianists do not have the opportunity to play chamber music, as well as attending music camp activity. This special project enriches their music-making, as well as their social activities.
The course is part of the Jerusalem Music Center educational activities, and is sponsored by the America Israel Cultural Foundation ,along with private donations.

 Director: Dr. Michal Tal

Please watch: 


A Tribute to Rubinstein:
Celebration of Israeli Music for Piano

This special recital includes Israeli compositions that were comissioned 
for the Rubinstein competition and was performed 
and recorded at the east coast, USA in 2010.





The Israeli  Chamber Club


 Nitay Zory – Violin  | Hillel Zori – Cello |  Michal Tal - Piano

Nitay Zori, Hillel Zori and Michal Tal.."
"stand at the top of the Israeli music scene

They are full of Intellectual curiosity and are willing
to fulfill their superb knowledge with their young students

Noam Ben Zeev, Haaretz


The Israeli Chamber Club was founded in 2003 in order to perform, record, teach and coach chamber work by Israeli composers. Since its establishment the ICC performed more than 60 works. The members of the club are artists who enjoy versatile International careers who choose to live, work and educate in Israel .They select repertoire of pieces that were composed  more than 30 and 40  years ago , which was not performed since the first premiere, along with premieres of well- established and young composers.

The ICC educates passionately young players playing new music, and Israeli music in particular. The students work and perform with the professional musicians in its concert series. The ICC participates in special productions, such as Sixty years of Music (the celebration of Israel 60th anniversary) and lecture-concerts. The ICC won the distinguished Partos Prize from the Ministry of Culture in 2004. The ICC collaborates and is sponsored by The Felicia Blumental Music Center, The Israel Ministry of Culture, The Tel Aviv Municipality, The Israeli Music Institute and The Israeli Composers League.    

Here are some recordings: