Gilad Hochman Israel Classical Music Composer

This miracle of a chamber piece is the work

of Gilad Hochman  ─  Jewish Voice From Germany

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— 2016 —

 

German-Premiere to "River of Silence" at the ID Festival Berlin

Hochman's work "River of Silence", composed for Sferraina Ensemble and commissioned by Festival de Chaillol in France, will be presented during ID Festival Berlin. The piece is based on Kahlil Gibran's "About Death" out of his prose poetry essay book "The Prophet".

 

Tehila Nini Goldstein - soprano

David Bergmüller - theorbo

Tobias Steinberger - percussion

October 22nd | Details

 

The Israeli Chamber Project plays Hochman's "Slightly Disturbed" in Vancouver and New York

 

The Israeli Chamber Project

Tibi Cziger - clarinet

Carmit Zori - violin

Michal Korman - cello

Vancouver Friends of Chamber Music, 

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

October 18th | 8PM | Details

Baruch Performing Arts Center, New York, NY

October 22nd | 7:30PM | Details

Music Matters with Gilad Hochman
Aviva Aranovich in a live talk with Gilad Hochman about music and creation in Berlin, including four of his works.

 

Sunset City Radio

Music Matters with Aviva Aranovich.

October 19th | 7PM (UTC+01:00) | Details

Samuel Rhodes plays Hochman's 'Akeda' on Yom Kippur

The renowned violist Samuel Rhodes, former member of the Juilliard String Quartet and chair of the viola department at the Juilliard School, plays Hochman's 'Akeda' for solo viola as part of the Yom Kippur Service at the Temple Sinai of Bergen County in New Jersey. The other performers in the program are Hiroko Yajima (violin) and Marcy Rosen (cello) who together with Mr. Rhodes play Beethoven's String Trio in G major, Op. 9 No. 1.

Samuel Rhodes - viola

"Music and Meditation"

Temple Sinai of Bergen County, Tenafly, New Jersey

October 12th | 3:30PM | Details

 

Sirenot Ensemble sings "Szymborska" at the Israel Music Fest

First premiered at the Aachen Choir Biennale in 2013, Hochman's "Szymborska" will be performed at the Elma Arts Complex during the 19th Israel Music Fest this year. The piece for Women's Ensemble is a tribute to the renowned Polish poet Wisława Szymborska, and is based on her poem "Vermeer", which deals with Johannes Vermeer's painting "The Milkmaid".

 

Sirenot Ensemble

Shosh Lagil - conductor and artistic director

October 10th | 6PM | Details

Joël Versavaud in a new recording of Hochman's 'Monologue' for Solo Saxophone 

French Soxophonist Joël Versavaud offers in a new recording a brilliant interpretation to Hochman's 'Monologue' for Solo Saxophone at the Festival de Chaillol (September 16th). Listen

Article: "This miracle of a chamber piece is the work of Gilad Hochman"

Elisabeth Neu, Jewish Voice From Germany (October)

Review: "music that moves you to tears"

Molyvos International Music Festival, Greece

Rüdiger Schaper, Der Tagesspiegel (August, 21st)

Hochman's "Nedudim" at the Molyvos International Music Festival in Greece

Featuring for the first time the chamber-music version of Hochman's Fantasia Concertante for Mandolin and String Orchestra.

 

Alon Sariel - mandolin

Linus Roth - violin

Danae Papamattheou-Matschke - violin

Lech Antonio Uszynski - viola

Benedict Klöckner - cello

Jaebok Cho - contrabass

August 17th | Details

"The Jewish-German Symphony"
Deutschlandfunk, a national German public broadcasting radio station presnt works by Paul Ben-Haim, Marc Lavry, Viktor Ullmann, Michael Wolpe, Jascha Nemtsov, Noam Sheriff and some of Hochman's orchestral music.

 

A feature by Ruth Kinet and Ohad Stolarz.

August 15th | 8:10PM | Details

Saxophone soloist Joël Versavaud performs Hochman's "Monologue"

Saxophonist Joël Versavaud plays in a full recital Hochman's Monologue for saxophone solo at the coming Festival de Chaillol in France, directed by Michaël Dian, and at the Palais des Arts in Marseille.

 

Joël Versavaud - saxophone

July 18th | 6PM | Details

July 28th | 9PM | Details

 


Neue Meister II - Crossing Borders

The 2nd concert in the "New Masters" series titled "Crossing Boarders” will feature works by Christian Jost, Fazil Say, Matthew Herbert, Sven Helbig and the German premiere of Gilad Hochman's work Nedudim ("Wanderings") for mandolin and string orchestra. Supported by Volkswagen, the program was initiated by the international label Edel / Berlin Classics and will be recorded on a new album later on this year.

 

Deutsches Kammerorchester Berlin

Alon Sariel - mandolin

Gil Raveh - conductor 

June 20th | 8PM | Details
 

Live on FluxFM
Gilad Hochman interviewes to the popular German radio station FluxFM and is telling about his work in Berlin as well as about the upcoming concert of the Neue Meister series "Crossing Borders" by the Deutsches Kammerorchester Berlin and German record label "Berlin Classics". June 16th | 5:10PM | Details

 

World Premiere at the Festival de Chaillol
A new work for Sferraina Ensemble titled "River of Silence", based on texts by Kahlil Gibran, was commissioned by the Festival de Chaillol and will be premiered at France's Hautes-Alpes at the end of March.

 

Tehila Nini Goldstein - soprano

David Bergmüller - theorbo

Tobias Steinberger - percussion

March 31st, April 1st, 2nd & 3rd | Details

 

 

Tradition und Innovation
Hochman's works for violin, viola and cello - from solo to trio - are now offered as part of the cultural program of the Central Council of Jews in Germany (Zentralrat der Juden in Deutschland) for 2016. Details

 


"The Jewish-German Symphony"
The Bavarian Public Radio (BR-Klassik) presnt works by Paul Ben-Haim, Marc Lavry, Viktor Ullmann, Michael Wolpe, Jascha Nemtsov, Noam Sheriff and some of Hochman's orchestral music.

 

A feature by Ruth Kinet and Ohad Stolarz.

February 12th | 7:05PM | Details
 

 

Hochman's "Winter" on BR-Klassik
Radio broadcast of the Goethe-Institut München's concert (November 19th, 2015), played by soloists of the Jakobsplatz München Orchestra, exploring Israeli music. 

 

Noemy Györi - flute 

Thomas Hastreiter - vibraphone
February 1st | 8:03PM | Details

 


Gilad Hochman on laut.fm
Featuring 5 hours of music by the composer.
January 15 th | 7PM - midnight | Details

 


Israeli music and musicians in Berlin
A discussion panel at the "Hebrew Gymnasia" hosted by the Center for Jewish Studies Berlin-Brandenburg (Zentrum Jüdische Studien Berlin-Brandenburg) and jounalist Ofer Waldman.

 

Participants: Efrat Alony, Matan Porat and Gilad Hochman.

January 13th | 7PM | Details

— 2015 —


Hochman on TAU Review
Tel Aviv University's magazine in an article about its alumnus.

December 22nd | Details
 


The 40th Tonkünstlerkonzert
Hochman's piece - "Rhapsody" for solo cello - payed at the 40th 'German Musicians Association Berlin' concert.

 

Regine Daniels-Stoll - cello 

December 19th | 8PM
 


Hochman's Akeda at the Schumann-Haus Leipzig
Hochman's piece for solo viola "Akeda" (The Binding of Isaac) played by Ronen Shifron from the class of Prof. Tatjana Masurenko.

December 5th | 6PM 

 

Prize Winners' Concert in Italy
Hochman's "Night Winds" for soprano and piano wins 2nd prize at the International Composition Competition "Antonio Smareglia". Teatro Giovanni da Udine, Udine, Italy.

November 27th | 7PM
 


"Winter" at the Goethe-Institut München
A concert by soloists of the Jakobsplatz München Orchestra, exploring Israeli music. Featuring works by Noam Sheriff, Samir Odeh-Tamimi, Chaya Czernowin, Paul Ben-Haim and Sarah Nemtsov and Gilad Hochman's "Winter" for flute and vibraphone. 
November 19th | 8PM | Details


"Suspended Reality" in Concert Tour
The Israel Sinfonietta Beer Sheva

The Philharmonie der Nationen

Justus Frantz - conductor

 

Henry Crown Symphony Hall, Jerusalem
October 27th | 7PM | Details

Lod Concert Hall
October 25th | 7PM | Details

Beer Sheva Concert Hall
October 24th | 7PM | Details

Tel Aviv Opera House 
October 23rd | 7PM | Details

Historische Stadthalle Wuppertal
October 18th | 7PM | Details

Alte Oper Frankfurt
October 17th | 7PM | Details

The German Parliament 
October 15th | 7PM | Paul-Löbe-Haus | Details

Bad Sooden Allendorf 
October 13th | 7PM | Details

 

 

"Niemands Orte." presented at Bochum's Art Museum (Germany )

 

Katrin Spodzieja - violin

Marko Genero - viola

Wolfgang Sellner - cello

September 11th | 8PM | Details

 

 

The ICP plays Hochman's "Slightly Disturbed" at the Merkin Concert Hall in New York

In a praising review, The New York Times wrote: "Perhaps most impressive was Mr. Hochman’s gift for assembling musical gestures that come across as psychologically revealing, whether it’s players’ finishing each other’s sentences, the neurotic instability suggested by a microtonal wobble on a held note or the freezing self-doubt of a painfully quiet passage."

 

The Israeli Chamber Project

Tibi Cziger - clarinet

Liza Ferschtman - violin

Hillel Zori - cello

September 10th | Details

 

 

The Israeli Chamber Project plays Hochman's "Slightly Disturbed" in a Concert Tour

 

Tibi Cziger - clarinet

Liza Ferschtman - violin

Hillel Zori - cello

 

March 16th, 6:30pm Clore Auditorium, Kfar Blum
March 18th, 8:30pm Kibbutz Na’an
March 19th, 8:30pm Jerusalem Music Centre
March 20th, 1pm Elma Center for the Arts, Zichron Ya’akov
March 21st, 8:30pm Israel Conservatory, Tel Aviv

Details

 

 

"Niemands Orte." presented at Moscow's Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center 

The International Holocaust Remembrance Day

January 27th | 4PM | Details

 

 

"Nedudim" with the Jerusalem Symphony 

Under the direction of conductor Frédéric Chaslin, mandolinist Alon Sariel performs the Israeli Premiere of Hochman‘s Fantasia Concertante for Mandolin and String Orchestra together with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra (Classical Concert Series no. 4).

 

The Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra

Frédéric Chaslin - conductor

Alon Sariel - mandolin

January 14th | 8PM | Details

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