Ravani Loushy Kay

    Grant Recipient
    • Music

    Givatayim, Israel

    Ravani was born in 2005 in Tel Aviv, he studies the violin from age 6; since 2018 he studies under Ms. Ludmila Feldman, his previous teacher was Mr. Nitai Zori. Ravani is studying composition with Hadas Peeri from Buchman-Mehta high music school at the Tel Aviv University. From 2014-2018 he studied composition with Dr. Alexander Korenhandler and participates at the special collaborative program of the Israeli Conservatory and the Buchman-Mehta high music school at the Tel Aviv University. From the age of 8 he was a member of a trio chamber music in the Israeli Conservatory under the supervision of Ms. Maya Blumenfeld.

    From age 10 Ravani was a member of the Young-String program at Mishkenot-Sha’ananim, JMC, and a member of a piano trio within the program under the supervision of Mr. Nitai Zori and at 2017 under Ms. Tali Goldberg. Ravani studies piano from age 10 with Ms. Keren Hanan.

    Ravani participates constantly in masterclasses with Prof. Miriam Fried, Paul Biss, David Radzynski, Ms. Areta Zhulla, Prof. Gregory Kalinowski, Prof. Carmit Zori, Daniel Panner, Prof. Katarina Hardy (Switzerland), the Doric String Quartet and Ensemble Nash. On 2017 he performed as a soloist with the Raanana Sinfonietta. In 2016, he performed as a soloist at the opening concert of the composition program of Tel Aviv University and the Israeli conservatory, playing a solo violin piece he composed; at the program’s concert on 2017, a composed duo for records in 4 parts he composed was played. In 2015 he participated in the Euro Music Festival & Academy in Halle, Germany and was chosen to perform as a soloist and as a member of a string quartet at the final concert with Vivaldi for 4 violins, participated at Goppisberger Musicikfestival/Akademie, Switzerland and performed as a soloist at Grachen Church.

    Primo-Gidus, his solo violin piece was performed by Meitar Ensemble. Ravani played 2 new pieces at a concert of the composition department at Tel-Aviv University: Desert Memories for piano and “Something like a Prelude to Prelude to Something” a duo for violin and cello.

    Ravani was chosen for the Genesis Perlman Program for 2018 directed by Ms. Areta Zhulla and Mr. Itzhak Perlman.

    Ravani plays as the 1st violin of a string quartet of Jerusalem Music Center in Mishkenot Shaananim since 2018 and on May 2019 they were chosen to perform at the David Goldman Program concert in the Jerusalem Music Center.

    Ravani is the 1st violinst of the Keshet Kamerit orchestra of Jerusalem Music Center of Mishkenot Shaananim, in 2018 they performed at Heichal Hatarbut in Tel-aviv and Haifa Odditorium; in 2019 they performed at Heichal Hatarbut in Tel-aviv and at Henry Crawn Hall in Jerusalem under the conductor Lahav Shani.

    Ravani will participate at the Goldman Program for Outstanding Musicians as first violinist of a quartet and is invited to take part at the international Huberman Project.

    Ravani is part of the ‘Music gifted students’ of the ministry of education.

    He is a recipient of the American-Israel Cultural Foundation 2017-2018, 2018-2019 excellency grant,  2019-2020 with highest honor.

    Ravani performed his solo recital at the Jerusalem Music Center on June 2020. In that same month, he participated in the David Goldman program for excellent young musicians Festival at the Jerusalem Music Centre, recorded and played at Kol-Hamusica.

    Ravani plays on a 1799 Nicolas Lupot, from the collection of Yehuda Zisapel.

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    Ravani Loushy Kay has been chosen as one of eight young violinists to participate in the Perlman Genesis program, which takes place during five workshops in 2018. The program is led by Ms. Areta Zhulla and Mr. Itzhak Perlman.