|Renowned Israel conductor, Shalev Ad-El (first from right), rehearses with Hanoi Philharmonic Orchestra before the concert that celebrates the 60th anniversary of the Vietnam National Academy of Music. — Photo courtesy of Embassy Of Israel |Viet Nam News
HÀ NỘI — Shalev Ad-El, a renowned Israeli conductor, will lead the Hanoi Philharmonic Orchestra in a concert to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Vietnam National Academy of Music.
Also featured will be singer Tố Loan at the performance at 8pm tomorrow night.
Masterpieces by famous composers J. Strauss, J.Brahms and La Thăng will be performed by Shalev and the orchestra.
This is the third time the Israeli conductor has come to Việt Nam.
Born in 1968 in Israel, Shalev is musical director of Israel’s highest ranking chamber orchestra, the Netania Kibbutz Chamber Orchestra. As an orchestra conductor and harpsichordist, he has performed concerts in theatres worldwide, including London, New York and Tokyo.
He has also conducted many international orchestras, such as the Berlin Symphony Orchestra, Peru National Orchestra, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and Panama Symphony Orchestra.
Shalev has regularly held teaching positions in many top universities and academies of music in America, Germany, Japan and Australia, among others.
In 2008 he was awarded the German FASCHPREIS award for his lifelong contribution in reviving central-German music. — VNS