Daniel Cavari

    Grant Recipient
    • Music

    Beer Sheva, Israel

    Daniel Cavari was born in Israel, 2003. At the age of 8 he started playing the cello.

    Since he was 13 years old Daniel studied cello with Ariel Tushinsky at the Beer Sheva Conservatory.

    Daniel had participated in the Beer Sheva Conservatory Orchestra (Tutti and Principal) under the instruction of Barak Tal, throughout the years 2017-2021.

    In the summer of 2018 Daniel performed as a soloist with the Israel Sinfonietta Beer Sheva.

    In May 2019 Daniel’s team represented the Beer Sheva Conservatory in a national music theory competition and they won first place. In June 2020 Daniel won the first prize at the Sarney Memorial Scholarship Award Competition.

    Since summer 2019 Daniel participates in the Excellence Programs of the Jerusalem Music Center, including the Young Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, the David Goldman Program for Outstanding Young Musicians and the Huberman Program for Aspiring Young Soloists. As part of the David Goldman Program Daniel played in a string quartet coached by Svetlana Simanovski as well as two different Piano Trios coached by Sergei Bresler and Asaf Zohar.

    In the summer of 2021 Daniel participated in the festival “International Master Classes – History, Music and Memory” of Beit Theresienstadt. Throughout the festival Daniel took part in a special program in which he worked in a Cello/Piano Duo and a String Trio. Both were guided by Ariel Tushinsky. The string trio participated in a masterclass by Chaim Taub.

    Throughout his studies Daniel had the privilege to participate in masterclasses by renowned and inspiring cellists: Zvi Plesser, Kyril Zlotnikov, Hans Jørgen Jensen and Gary Hoffman.

    Daniel is a recipient of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation scholarship for the years 2021-2022.

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