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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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Epshtein-Alshits, Alona - F - Israel 

 
 

 

Biography

Alona Epshtein was born in 1975, Baku, Azerbaijan, in 1990 immigrated with her family to Israel.

Alona studied composition at Rubin Academy of Music in Tel-Aviv with professor Leon Schidlowsky and in 2007 received M.Mus. degree in Composition with Magna Cum Lauda. Later studied composition with Ruben Seroussi. Was a recipient of America-Israel Cultural Foundation scholarship and Buchmann Foundation Doctoral scholarship. Alona Epshtein’s works include 2 operas for children, piano, vocal, chamber, orchestral and choral music, semi-aleatoric chamber opera Symbiosis, music for theatre and films.

Music of Alona Epshtein was commissioned and performed in Israel and abroad, including ”Aviv” Competitions (Tel-Aviv 2005), international festivals “Young Euro Classics” (Berlin 2006), Kfar-Blum Chamber Music festival (Kfar-Blum 2010), ACL festival (Taipei 2011). Two of her orchestral pieces won the composition competitions, Shearim in 2006, Mal’achei Stav in 2010, both in category of pieces admitted anonymously.

Since year 2010 is a chairperson of Israeli Women Composers’ Forum.

 

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