10.07.2011 08.Tammus, 5771
Vadim Gluzman is at the stage of his career where he can choose his repertoire and his musical partners.
Outstanding violinist Vadim Gluzman returns to Israel to perform Shostakovich’s Violin Concerto No. 1 with the Jerusalem Symphony under the baton of Dmitry Sitkovetsky on July 14 at the Jerusalem Theater.
Born in Ukraine in 1973, he studied with the legendary Zachar Bron before immigrating in Israel in 1990.
Being noticed by Isaac Stern, he also studied in the United States under Arkady Fomin and at Juilliard under the late Dorothy DeLay and Masao Kawasaki. Today, he makes Chicago his home base, where he serves as a violin professor at Roosevelt University. He is also a visiting professor at the Jerusalem Music and Dance Academy and at Salzburg’s Mozarteum….