Anat Engelmayer Cello
Cellist Anat Engelmayer began her music education in Israel with Mr. Uri Chen. She is a student of Professor Uzi Weisel and Mr. Hillel Zori in Israel, and Mr. Michel Strauss in the Boulogne Conservatory, in which she graduated with highest distinction, and in the Conservatoire Superieur in Paris. Right after her studies in France, she was invited by renowned Cellist Bernard Greenhouse to study under his guidance.
Upon her return to Israel, Ms Engelmayer had performed with a variety of ensembles, to name a few: The Tel Aviv Soloists Ensemble, Kapryzma Ensemble, The 21st Century Music Ensemble, Music Nova, and all major Israeli orchestras including the Israel Philharmonic. As a soloist, she appeared with the Israeli Camerata.
As a chamber musician, Ms Engelmayer is a frequent guest to all major concert series and Festivals in Israel and Europe including: Kfar Blum Chamber Music Festival, The Felicia Blumethal, Moulin d'Ande and Prades in France, Kronberg in Germany and Asian Composers League Music Festival. Many of these performances are frequently recorded and broadcast live in radio stations in Israel and Europe.
Anat was member of Erato String Trio until 2007.
Ms Engelmayer took master classes and courses with some of the finest teachers, among them: Arto Noras, Lluis Claret, Philippe Muller, Maurice bourgue, Daria Hovora, Michael Hentz, Regis Pasquier and Shmuel Magen. She was generously supported throughout her studies by the America-Israel Cultural Foundation, and was recognized by the IDF as an exceptionally gifted musician to receive a special status.
Ms Engelmayer was a member of the Israel Camerata Jerusalem chamber orchestra until 2008, and since 2007, a member of Ensemble Meitar.