Moshe Aharonov Violin/Viola, Artistic Coordinator
Moshe began his violin studies at the age of 7. He studied with Mrs. Ludmila Feldman, and received his B.Mus as a student of Mrs. Irena Svetlova at the Buchman – Mehta School of Music. Later on Mr. Aharonov continued his studies at the UDK Berlin with Prop. Raphael Oleg and Prop. Uwe Martin Heiberg. He completed his studies with Mrs. Ora Shiran.
Moshe participated in a great number of master classes in Israel and abroad under the direction of well known artists and teachers such as: Maya Glizarova, Miriam Fried, Milan Vitek, Cristian Altenburgr, Isadora Schwarzsberg, Ilan Gronich and Zacher Bron.
Moshe was a member of the IDF String Quartet and the Gertler String Quartet. In 2005 he won the top prize in the chamber music competition of the Buchman – Mehta School of Music.
During the concert seasons of 2000/1 – 2005/6 Mr. Aharonov had served as a principal and assistant principal violinist in the Carter symphony Orchestra. Mr. Aharonov had received the America Israel Cultural Foundation scholarship between the years 2001 – 2005. Mr. Aharonov participated and appeared in different festivals in Israel and abroud: the Schlezwig Holstein Festival (Germany), Festival Pablo Casals (France), the \"Creschendo\" Festival (Germany), festival Kfar Bloom (Israel), \"White night\" in Tel Aviv, the Chamber Music Festival in Jerusalem and more.
Moshe has premiered works that were written and dedicated for him by composers such as , Walter Zimmermann, Geoffrey Gordon, Erel Paz and Gilad Hochman.
As a soloist Moshe performed with the Carter symphony Orchestra, Ensemble Kaprizma, The Israeli Camerata Orchestra and the Meitar Ensemble.
Moshe is a member of the Meitar Ensemble since 2006.