Noga Barlev

    Grant Recipient
    • Music

    Beit Izhack, Israel

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    Born and lives in Beit-Izhack Israel, Noga started her violin studies at the age of five, a student of Mila Feldman at the Israel Conservatory of Music, Tel Aviv.

    She had previously studied with Mrs Delia Jacob at the Israel Conservatory of Music, Tel Aviv.

    Noga is a 2018 grant recipient with Exceptional Distinction from the Israel Conservatory of Music, Tel Aviv, with the support of Peker family.

    Since September 2017 Noga is part of the Perlman Genesis Music Program (PGMP) for young violinists with exceptional talent, held at the ICM in Tel Aviv.

    She holds a Finalist Diploma – from the 2019 Arthur Grumiaux International Violin Competition in Brussels.

    Among her studies in the conservatory, Noga is part of the program for “young and excellent string players” held by the Jerusalem Music Center (JMC) and since age 9 meets twice a year with Professor Miriam Fried.

    Noga is playing chamber music with a  trio that works in  a collaboration between the ICM and the JMC. She also participated in many masterclasses, among them with: Alessandro andriani, Ani Schnarch, Daniel Gaede, Gregory Kalinovsky, Haim Taub, Nava Millo, Irina Vasilievna Svetlova ,Paul Biss and Rachel Barton Pine.

    On March – 2018 – Noga was invited as a soloist to participate in a special masterclass with the violinist and pedagogue Mr. Haim Taub at the Keshet Eilon seminar, and On July 2019 she was invited to the Keshet Eilon summer course as a young participant – following her excellent achievements.

    On November 2018 – Noga preformed in Heychal Hatarbut in Huberman St. Tel Aviv, in Young Soloist concert, held by The Israel Philharmonic’s Keynote Program for music education and community outreach.

    in May 8th 2020 –  Noga will perform with Haifa symphony orchestra saints saens concerto no. 3 1 mvm.

    Noga’s sister Liah Barlev is a pianist and an AICF Grant recipient with Exceptional Distinction in 2018/2019

    Their little brother, Itay, 8 years old, plays the cello with Mrs. Maayan Matityahu  at the ICM Tel Aviv.

    Noga is an AICF Grant recipient with Exceptional Distinction  2019/2020

    (Photo on the top of the page – Yael Ilan)

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