“Pardo’s artistry, his sense of perspective and virtuosity infused each work with an air of musical adventure, with the listener perched at the edge of his seat eager to meet each new and unpredictable contexture.”
Physicist and harpsichord player. Graduate (cum laude) of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in music (harpsichord), physics, and musicology.
Studied under Yuval Admony, Yaron Rosenthal (piano) and prof. David Shemer (harpsichord). As a pianist, performed with chamber ensembles, piano duos and as a soloist in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Ramat-HaSharon.
Participated in several international music seminars including: Music Fest Perugia (Italy), Tel-Hai International Piano Masterclasses (Sde-Boker), Primavera Pianistica (Belgium) and Poros Music Festival. Preformed as a soloist with the Symphonietta Orchestra of Athens and the Philharmonic Orchestra of Alicante University (Spain).
As a harpsichord player, awarded the 2020-21 Sharett Grant for Creative Excellence in early music performance (AICF), participated in masterclass sessions with Kenneth Weiss at the Israel Conservatory of music and with Corina Morti during the Vocal Fantasy Festival (Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra). Regularly plays continuo with other JAMD students for their daily work and as an accompanist for competitions and recitals. A founding member of “Nari Baroque Ensemble” – a young ensemble that debuted in “The Holiday of Holidays” festival in Haifa.
Currently pursuing two master’s programs – in music (harpsichord) and in physics.