Roni Levy

    Grant Recipient
    • Music

    Berlin, Germany

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    Roni Levy, pianist


    Roni Levy began her piano studies at the age of 7 with Mrs. Natalya Blumenfeld in the Israeli Conservatory of Music Tel Aviv. She graduated in Thelma Yellin High School of the Arts. Later, she continued her studies for three years at the Buchman-Mehta School of Music in the Tel Aviv University, in the class of Prof. Emanuel Krasovsky. Currently, she studies at the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler in Berlin, in the class of Prof. Eldar Nebolsin.

    She won the first prize in the Israeli Conservatory competition and the third prize in the Katcz competition. Since 2010, Roni has been supported by the America-Israel Cultural Foundation scholarships. Roni is also a recipient of the STIBET Graduation Grant on behalf of the DAAD.

    Roni performed at the Charles Bronfman Auditorium in a concert on behalf of the Israeli Philharmonic, in the Tel-Hai Gala concert at the Tel-Aviv Museum of Art, and in “The Future is Here” concert series, on behalf of the AICF. She performed as a soloist with the Buchman-Mehta Symphony Orchestra conducted by Yoav Talmi. Roni performed live on Kol HaMusika radio station, and on Deutschlandfunk Kultur radio station. During the Arthur Rubinstein International Competition 2017, Roni was a member of the Junior Jury.

    Roni participated in masterclasses with Menahem Pressler, Arie Vardi, Robert McDonald, Yoheved Kaplinsky, Boris Berman, Dimitri Bashkirov and Alexander Korsantia.

    She participated in international festivals, such as Tel-Hai International Piano Masterclasses, Sydney International Piano Masterclass Festival, and Aspen Music Festival and School.

    Roni served as an outstanding musician in the IDF.

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    The four musicians who have been chosen as finalists for the Rafi Guralnik piano award of the Aviv Competitions are Yuval Chen, Roni Levy, Itai Navon, and Elisha Kravitz. In addition, three pianists have made it to the final round of the “Best Performa…