Gilad Hochman Israeli Music Composer
Monologue - Gilad Hochman
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Shedun Fini for clarinet, cello and piano

BOVIAR Trio 

Shedun Fini - Gilad Hochman
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Whom My Soul Loveth for cello solo and choir

Kammerchor Aachen

Whom My Soul Loveth - Giald Hochman
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A Voice in the Wilderness for orchestra

Tel Aviv Soloists Ensemble 

A Voice in the Wilderness - Gilad Hochman
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Music

Monologue for solo saxophone

Joël Versavaud

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From the press

 "A rising star in the classical music world" | France 24

​"Already a well known classical composer" | BBC World Service

"Hochman's gift for assembling musical gestures..." | NYTimes

​"This miracle of a chamber piece..." | Jewish Voice From Germany

​"A fascinating, original and colorful creator" | The Prime Minister's Prize

​​"Hochman writes with a true artist's hand" | Ma'ariv  

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HERITAGE

Cantor Azi Schwartz

RIAS Kammerchor Berlin

Justin Doyle, conductor

Gilad Hochman:

Sim Shalom (Grant Peace)

for Cantor and mixed Choir

News

♪  "In Pursuit of..." for solo Harpsichord is released in a WP recording as part of the ICMP | February 2019

♪  Hochman's "Prayer of the Living" for choir recorded by Kammerchor Hannover | April 2019

♪  Cambridge Chamber Singers perform Hochman's "Beyond Nine Lakes" after winning competition | May 2019

About

Gilad Hochman is widely considered as an original and innovative voice in the international music scene and one of Israel's most prominent young composers. Among his many achievements, at 24 years old Hochman became the youngest to win Israel's prestigious Prime Minister's Prize. He is also a winner of the S&R Washington Award and of various international composition competitions. Notable performances of his music include chamber retrospective concerts in Germany and the Berlin Philharmonie orchestral debut in 2013. In 2015 his orchestral piece “Suspended Reality” was premiered at the German Parliament and played in a concert tour throughout Germany and Israel, including the Alte Oper Frankfurt and Tel Aviv's Opera House. Other of his works have been played by outstanding musicians at Carnegie Hall (New York), Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, St James's Piccadilly (London) and at the Jerusalem Theater, to name a few.

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