The Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of conductor Guy Feder, performs Hochman's orchestral work "A Voice in the Wilderness" at its season finale. The piece, inspired by Israel's desert landscapes was composed after a poem by renowned author Nava Semel.
The Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra
Guy Feder, conductor
The Henry Crown Symphony Hall, Jerusalem Theater, Israel
Hochman's String Trio "Brief Memories" will be played, led by violinist Joe Rappaport, alongside works by Józef Koffler and Gideon Klein, as part of a lecture by Prof. Dr. Johannes Heil (Rector of the Hochschule für jüdische Studien, Heidelberg) about "Jewish past and future in Germany".
Józef Koffler, string trio op. 10 a-Moll (1928)
Gideon Klein, string trio (Theresienstadt, 1944)
Gilad Hochman, Brief Memories for string trio (2004)
Hochman's work for Soprano Saxophone and Harp will be performed at the Chamber Visits concert series in Kfar Blum (Israel) by the acclaimed Jerusalem Duo, following its World Premiere at the Kunstmuseum Bochum in Germany.
Andre Tsirlin - saxophone
Hila Ofek - Harp
The Clore for Music and Dance Center, Kfar Blum, Israel
"Brief Memories" played at Forest Hills Chamber Music Series
Hochman's String Trio "Brief Memories" is to be performed at the 1st concert of the new Forest Hills Chamber Music Series, led by cellist Ari Evan, alongside String Trios by Jean Françaix and Beethoven.
American violist Greg Williams presents a solo program including Günter Raphael's viola sonatas, Anthony Green and Hochman's "Akeda" ("The Binding of Isaac") for solo viola in New York and in Berlin's Piano Salon Christophori.
Hochman's work for mixed choir - winner of the 20th Annual Cambridge Chamber Singers Composition Competition - was chosen out of over 450 works and will be performed under CCS's Music Director, Dr. Raymond Fahrner, in two concerts on May 11th and 12th. Details
Gilad Hochman interviews to the Swedish student radio program 'Not So Fucking Classical' hosted by Jakob Glans. Featuring:
― 90 Sec's for soprano-saxophone / melodic instrument
Andre Tsirlin - alto saxophone
― Slightly Disturbed monodrama for violin, clarinet and cello
Moshe Aharonov-Sarouk - violin, Jonathan Hadas - clarinet, Dan Weinstein - cello
― Quest for tenor-saxophone and piano
Reut Livnat - tenor saxophone, Victor Stanislavsky - piano
― Whom My Soul Loveth for cello and choir
Aachener Kammerchor. Martin te Laak - conductor, Walter Mengler - solo cello
The 2018 Intimacy of Creativity concerts in Hong Kong, performed by pianist Yael Manor and the Israeli Chamber Project - including Hochman's Shedun Fini for clarinet, cello and piano - have now been released Naxos Digital Music Library.
Dvořák's Piano Quintet No. 2 and Hochman's "Creation Septet" for soprano and ensemble, on texts from the Book of Genesis, will be featured in a program by Tamara Balter on Israel's classical music radio.
Agam Englard-Saar, soprano
Mira Meerovich, clarinet
Moshe Aharonov-Sarouk, violin
AnastasiaTomer Denisov, viola
Udi Weber, cello
Danny Felsteiner Mekori, contrabass
Dan Moshayev, percussion
Itay Saporta Eksten, conductor
The piece, Elegy and Canon for choir, bringing together Latin and Hebrew liturgical texts, was commissioned and performed by Kammerchor Hannover under conductor Stephan Doormann for the 2013 International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Its new recording by the Kammerchor Hannover will be available during April 2019.
The award-winning documentary film "Nachlass" ("Legacy") by Christoph Hübner and Gabriele Voss, featuring music by Gilad Hochman, continues its screenings in cinemas throughout Germany, after being presented in several renowned film festivals during the previous year.
The film focuses on the second and third generation of German perpetrators after the Holocaust | Details
Israel's classical music radio and Dr. Uri Golomb dedicate a full program surrounding F. Schubert's music, featuring Hochman's 'Shedun Fini' for clarinet, cello and piano - an hommage to Schubert's Symphony in B minor ('Unfinished').