The Center for Jazz Studies Director- Yuval Cohen The Center for Jazz Studies was established by the late Amit Golan in 2002 and quickly became a highly acclaimed center for Jazz which offers: Jazz studies for children and youth A collaborative academic program with The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in New York … קראו עוד
Department Head: Amir Fedrovitcz Honorary professor: Professor Georg Sava (Germany) The piano department is one of the largest and most prominent departments of the Conservatory, with approx. 200 students. Throughout the years it has cultivated world renowned pianists composers and conductors in the world of classical and popular music, among them Gil Garburg, Einav … קראו עוד
Department Head – Delia Yaacov The String Instrument department includes: violin, viola, cello, contrabass and plucked string instruments – guitar and harp. The department admits students from the age of 5 on. Teaching programs are individually tailored according to each student’s wishes and abilities. Students interested in studying to play only as part of their … קראו עוד
Head of Department: Yael Zamir The Wind Instruments Department offers a program that includes individual lessons as well as participating in orchestral and chamber music ensembles, according to the individual student’s level. The department offers classes in a variety of wind instruments – recorder, flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon, trumpet, French horn, trombone, saxophone and tuba. … קראו עוד
Music is taught at the Conservatory from the age of 3 in the Preschool track, according to the “Delcroze” method – a unique method of teaching music to toddlers. The children learn music through musical games that include motion and singing. Classes center on expression of emotions, aural skills, developing the imagination, ability to improvise … קראו עוד
The program is intended for students with training-professional background in the various performative areas (at least 4 years of study), who have acquired basic musical skills (including at least 3 years of basic theory and aural skills classes), and who are truly interested in the creative aspect of music. Applicants should be at least 12 … קראו עוד
Conservatory students participate in Theory classes on a regular weekly basis, within an eight-year curriculum. Among the main areas of study are Theory, Aural Training, History of Music and Music Form. From their fourth year on students are offered also courses in Harmony and Analysis up to the preliminary level of Music Academies.
At the beginning of the 20th Century a new musical movement was formed in Europe that advocated the authentic performance of early music, claiming that even when the same notes are written, the music sounds differently in each period. The movement has evolved into one of the most central musical and artistic movements of the … קראו עוד