About Naama Shemesh

Naama Shemesh, born in 2001, a tenth-grade student at the Ben Zvi High School in Kiryat Ono, is studying piano with her teacher Ruth Zori for the tenth year while studying music theory at the Kiryat Ono Conservatory.

Naama participates regularly in concerts at the Kiryat Ono Conservatory and other places. She has also participated in a concert of Jewish music at the National Library in Jerusalem, and in the 4-Hands Convention at the Conservatory of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. In addition, she has played in a duet of oboe and piano, in a classical trio and in a baroque ensemble. In 2015, she appeared as soloist with the Representative Orchestra of the Kiryat Ono Conservatory conducted by Guy Feder in a National Orchestras Convention, and with the Kfar Saba Conservatory Orchestra, conducted by Yair Mashiach, in the Ministry of Education Inspectors Convention.

Naama has participated in master classes at the Conservatory of Kiryat Ono, among others with pianists Yuval Admoni and Tammy Kanazawa, Dr. Michal Tal and Prof. Gilad Mishori. In 2016, she participated in a youth piano course in Jerusalem and in the Primavera Pianistica course in Belgium.

Over the years, she has won twice a scholarship for studying 4-hands piano. In 2015, she participated in the Pnina Salzman Young Pianists Competition in Kfar Saba and the “Piano Forever” Young Pianists Competition in Ashdod, where she won an Encouragement Prize for ages 12 – 15. In 2016, Naama won a scholarship from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation for young pianists.

Naama Shemesh

Piano, Classical

Kiryar Ono, Israel
Grant Recipient

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