Well known and celebrated on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean, Yoav Talmi conducted Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra.
Yoav Talmi, photo provided by organizer
Famous on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean, Yoav Talmi conducted the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra
Israeli conductor Yoav Talmi is a graduate of the Rubin Academy of Music in Tel Aviv and The Juilliard School in New York, where he earned degrees in both composition and conducting with grants from the America Israel Cultural Foundation (AICF). He was a recipient of the Koussevitzky Memorial Conducting Prize at the Tanglewood Festival  and the Rupert Conductor’s Competition in London .
On July 2008, Yoav Talmi was awarded the ‘Frank Pelleg’ prize of the Israeli Cultural Ministry, for his high-level artistic achievements through many years of activity and in August 2008 he received the Quebec-City Medal, honoring his special contribution to the city’s 400 anniversary celebrations.
WARSAW PHILHARMONIC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Yoav TALMI - conductor
Beata BILIŃSKA - piano
Jarosław MALANOWICZ - organ
Artur Malawski – Symphonic Etudes [20’]
Richard Strauss – Burlesque for piano and orchestra [22’]
Camille Saint-Saëns – Symphony No. 3 in C minor Organ Symphony [36’]
Friday, 21 October 2011, 19:30
Saturday, 22 October 2011, 18:00
Warsaw Philharmonic Concert Hall
Organiser: Warsaw Philharmonic
This event is part of the Attention Culture! Cultural Programme of the 2011 Polish EU Presidency.
Event description provided by organizers.