Noa Kapelyushnik

    Grant Recipient
    • Music

    Hod HaSharon, Israel

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    Noa was born in 2004 in Israel. She is a student in the class of Prof. Tania Kozlov at the Israel Conservatory in Tel-Aviv.

    Noa presented her recital at the special event of the Israel’s 70th anniversary celebration (2018, Hague, Holland), following performance in Concert of Outstanding Young musician (2018, The Brigham Young University, Jerusalem) and recital in London (2019, Elena Cobb Star Prize festival).

    Noa’s public performances include TV program “Intermezzo with Arik” (with Prof. Arie Vardi) and regular performances in the live broadcasts on Kol-Hamusika radio station.

    Noa is a prize winner of many national and international piano competitions, including: Grand Piano Competition (Moscow, 2021), Piano Forever – Israeli national piano competition (2020 & 2017); Neapolitan Masters Competition (2020);Windsor International Piano Competition (2020); International Competition for Young Pianists in Memory of Vladimir Horowitz (2019); Cyprus International festival-competition Island music (2019); Riga international piano competition (2018); Scherzo in Tel Aviv (2020 & 2018); Pnina Salzman Piano competition (2015); Carmel Debut international competition USA (2014) and others.

    Noa performed with The Russian State Academic Symphony Orchestra “Evgeny Svetlanov”, Israel Chamber Orchestra, Symphonic Ukrainian Orchestra, Israeli Sinfonietta Beer-Sheva, “Kiev soloists”, Ashdod symphonic orchestra and others. In addition, she participated at such music festivals and academies as Music Fest Perugia, Tel-Hi International Piano Master Classes, Summer Music Academy of Horowitz competition in Kiev and Pianale Academy in Germany.

    Since 2016 Noa is a scholarship recipient of the prestigious America-Israel Cultural foundation and scholarship recipient of the Zfunot Tarbut fund from 2018. In 2019 she received an excellence scholarship at the Israel Conservatory in Tel-Aviv.


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    | Artist News
    Fourteen young pianists, among them 17-year-old Israeli Noa Kapelyushnik, presented solo recitals in the concert hall of the Central Music School in Moscow as part of the Grand Piano Competition. The pianists were featuring an extremely rich repertoire…

    | Artist News
    In one of the most prestigious events for young pianists held this past April in Kiev, Ukraine, pianist Noa Kapliyonshik took part in the Vladimir Horowitz competition for ages fourteen to nineteen.