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Monday, 30 April 2012 09:11


CHARLES OLIVIERI-MUNROE begins the 2011/12 season as the newly appointed Principal Conductor of Philharmonie Südwestfalen.  At the same time, he continues in his capacity as Chief Conductor with the North Czech Philharmonic, now in his 14th season.  
Charles Olivieri-Munroe's hold on public imagination stems from a combination of talent and charisma.  He is increasingly recognized in the international press for his innovative programming, interpretation of Slavic repertoire and his passion for purity of orchestral sound.  His career takes him across five continents, appearing with many of the world’s finest orchestras which has included the Israel Philharmonic, Czech Philharmonic, Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Berlin Deutches Symphonie-Orchester, St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Danish Radio Symphony, Budapest Symphony, Warsaw Philharmonic, Royal Brussels Philharmonic, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Oregon Symphony Orchestra, and those of New York, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Athens, Istanbul, Lisbon, Tokyo, Seoul and Mexico City.   
Under his leadership the North Czech Philharmonic has seem a dramatic increase in its size, budget and international reputation with highly praised recording projects, commissions of new music, world premieres and live broadcasts. His recordings with SONY, RCA Red Seal, NAXOS, SMS Classical, Naïve Records can be heard on many of the world’s classical radio stations.  He has also held the position of Principal Conductor of the Colorado ‘Crested Butte’ Festival in the USA (2008), Artistic Director of the Inter-Regionales Symfonie Orchester in Germany (2008), Chief Conductor of the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra in Bratislava (2001-2004), Resident Conductor of the Brno Philharmonic (1995-97) and Karlsbad Symphony Orchestra (1993-95).
In the opera house, Charles Olivieri-Munroe has appeared at the Berlin Komische Oper conducting Verdi’s Falstaff, in Milan conducting Mozart’s Don Giovanni, Lago di Como Festival conducting Aida and at Il Teatro Fenice in Venice.  In Amsterdam he presented the Netherlands National Ballet in a crossover production entitled Body and Voice.  He has also appeared at the Prague National Opera and the Prague State Opera.  He was named Music Director at the Warsaw Chamber Opera conducting a new production of Stravinsky’s Rake’s Progress and next year will appear at the Warsaw National Theater conducting Stravinsky’s opera Le Rossignol. 
Charles Olivieri-Munroe grew up in Toronto where he studied the piano with the eminent pedagogue, Boris Berlin, at the Royal Conservatory of Music and at the University of Toronto.  Following his graduation in 1992 he won three Ontario scholarships to study conducting with Otakar Trhlik at the Janacek Academy of Music in Brno, Czechoslovakia.   He was also a student of Jiri Belohlavek and spent two summers (1995/96) at L’Accademia Musicale Chigiana in Siena studying with Ilja Musin and Yuri Temirkanov.  In 1997 Charles Olivieri-Munroe was a recipient of the $20,000 career grant from the Canada Council for the Arts. His international career was launched by a series of triumphs in international competitions culminating with him winning First Prize in the 2000 ‘Prague Spring International Music Festival’ Conducting Competition in which he also won the prizes offered by Supraphon Records, City of Prague and by Czech Radio.  
Today, Charles Olivieri-Munroe is a key personality with the major musical institutions in Prague including the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Prague Spring International Festival and Prague Academy of Music where he has recently been appointed to the conducting faculty by Jiri Belohlavek.  
He discovered and has given premiere performances by such famous Czech composers as Martinu – Nocturne, Karel Ancerl – Sinfonieta, Smetana – From My Life and Janacek – the original version of his opera Jenufa. 
He launches the 2010/11 season with several debut performances this season in Japan with the Nagoya Symphony Orchestra, in France at l’Orchestre National des Pays de La Loire, the Sudwestfallen Philharmonie, Bremen Philharmonic, Dessau Philharmonic, the Moscow Philharmonic, the Santiago Symphony in Chile, and the Odense Symphony Orchestra in Denmark. Coming up are a German tour with the Nordwestdeutche Philharmonie, a tour with the Israel Chamber Orchestra, and debuts with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Sinfonia Varsovia and a recording with the Czech Philharmonic for SONY-Classical. 
Monday, 30 April 2012 03:48


Violinist Asi Matathias, protege of Pinchas Zukerman, is already recognized as one of the most celebrated talents of his generation.

He made his debut at the age of 14 with the Israel Philharmonic under the baton of Zubin Mehta, displaying a musical maturity and inspiration far beyond his years. This success was immediately followed by another invitation from Maestro Mehta to perform with him in the following season. Since then, Mr. Matathias has performed as a soloist with numerous orchestras across the globe with conductors such as Leon Botstein, Frederic Chaslin, Eduard Topchjan, Stephen Gunzenhauser, Stephen D'Agostino, The late Mendi Rodan, Oliver Weder and Yaron Traub and Noam Zur.

        Mr. Matathias has recorded for the BBC, CBC, WQXR, IBA and ORF labels. He is a frequent recitalist and has performed extensively throughout Europe, Asia, the US, South America and Israel in foremost venues like Carnegie Hall’s Stern Auditorium, Zankel Hall and Weil Recital Hall, 92Y in New York, Berlin Philharmonie, Izumy Hall in Japan and The National Arts Center in Canada. As an enthusiastic chamber musician, he has collaborated with renowned artists such as pianists Yefim Bronfman and Kirill Gerstein, violinist Nikolaj Znaider, violist Nobuko Imai and cellists Alissa Weilerstein and Frans Helmerson. He has played in Festivals such as the Jerusalem International Chamber Music Festival, The Con Anima Festival in Austria, the Vienna Bezirk Wochen Festspiele, the Israel Festival, Prussia Cove in England and other festivals around the world.

       Mr. Matathias began playing the violin when he was six years old. In Israel, he studied with Chaim Taub, and became the youngest student to be enrolled at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna. Since 1997 he has been supported by the America-Israel Cultural Foundation, and he has also studied with Aaron Rosand. Mr. Matathias earned both bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the Manhattan School of Music, where he was a long time student of Pinchas Zukerman.


updated Jan 2018

Wednesday, 25 April 2012 15:50


Alon Harari was born in Israel in 1982. He graduated with his M.A in Performance and B.Mus. studies with honours at the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music, Tel-Aviv (2002-2008).

He was awarded scholarships from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation from (2005-2010), as well as a scholarship from the Colton Foundation for M.A studies (2007-2009). Alon won the first prize in the Buchman-Mehta School Competition (2004) and the Most Promising Young Artist prize at the Hilde Zadek International Competition in Vienna (2004). Alon was a finalist at the Spring Competitions for Young Singers in Israel (2008); as well as the prestigious 47th Francisco Viñas International Singing Competition in Barcelona (2010) and a finalist at the 10th Sacred Music CompetitioninRome,Italy (2010).

He regualry appears at the Abu-Gosh Festival (since 2003) the Eilat Chamber Music Festival (2008) and gave recitals in London and Glasgow.

In 2006, he sung the role of “Zephyrus” in a Brilliant Classics recording of Mozart’s Apollo & Hyacinthus, conducted by Nicol Matt in Stuttgart,Germany 2006.  

In 2007 he made his first appearance at The Lithuanian National Opera as “Orfeo” in Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice, to critical acclaim.

Alon has performed with Matthew Halls (Retrospect Ensemble-London); Dan Ettinger and the ISrael Symphony Orchestra Rishon LeZion in Carmina Burana, and with The Jerusalem Camerata Orchestra in Dido and Aeneas by Purcell and with the Jerusalem  Symphony Orchestra.

His career took him to Germany where he performed in The Münster Opera House as Eustazio in Rinaldo by Handel, and in The Dortmund Opera House as Tolomeo in Julius Cesare by Handel to critical acclaim.

During the 2011- 2012 season, Alon performed in Ottone at the Handel Festival in Halle, Germany, as Tolomeo in Giulio Cesare  by Handel at The Finnish National Opera Helsinki with Maestro Howard Arman and the role of Orfeo in Orfeo ed Euridice production at the Israeli Opera.

Wednesday, 25 April 2012 15:48



G.F.Handel  "Ottone"  Aria of Adalberto "Bel Labbro" 

In Halle Handel festival, Germany. Conducted by Marcus Creed (June 2011)

Vivaldi  - Stabat Mater - Israel Camerata - conductor Avner Biron (may 2010)


Dido and Aneas -  Israel Camerata - conductor Avner Biron (February 2009)

Wednesday, 25 April 2012 10:38


The Spanish-Argentinean mezzo soprano began her studies in Buenos Aires where she was born, and continued in the Superior Conservatory in Barcelona.

The core of her repertoire lies in Monteverdi (Ottavia, Proserpina, Minerva), Mozart (Dorabella, Annio, Zerlina, Idamante, Tamiri) and Rossini (Zaida, Doralice, Roggiero), roles that she has sung in Liceu theatre in BarcelonaLa Zarzuela  and Teatro Real  in MadridTheâtre de la Monnaie in Brussels, Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro, Mozart Festival in La Coruña and the Salzburger Festspiele, among others.

Especially interested in the relationship between voice and movement, she has worked in productions that combine music and modern dance in the theatres of Basel and LuzernHebbel-Theater in Berlin, TheOpera of CologneBrooklyn Academy of Music of New York, Early Music Festival in Innsbruck and for The Fish-house in San Francisco.

As a recitalist she feels a predilection for the French and Spanish repertory and has given world premiers by Montsalvatge, Frederic Mompou, Enric Palomar, David Padrós, Josep M. Quadreny and Jordi Rossinyol.

Among her recordings are the „Madrigali guerrieri ed amorosi“ by Monteverdi for Harmonia Mundi under the direction of René Jacobs; for Lauda Música “El gran Burlador” (Diapason d’or:  “Grandes Voix Humaines. Henry Jacqueton”);  “Frederic Mompou”  – Warner Music- with the Real Filharmonía de Galiciaorchestra and, for Columna Música, „Frederic Mompou –Combat del somni“,  “Requiem” by Xavier Benguerel (Cd Compact 2007 award), „Montsalvatge Integral de canto (Vol I)“ and the Grammy nomineeopera „El gato con botas“ with the orchestra of the Liceu Theatre.

Wednesday, 25 April 2012 09:43


Based in France, Sydney born Mezzo Soprano Louise Callinan was accepted into the Centre de Formation Lyrique (Young Artist Programme) of the Opéra National de Paris. Louise made her debut with the Opéra National de Paris as The Page RIGOLETTO and since then has performed many roles including Meg Page FALSTAFF, Ninetta LES VEPRES SICILIENNE, Zweite Dame DIE ZAUBERFLÖTE, Suor Zelatrice in Suor Angelica. She made her debut with Opera Australia in the title role of LA CENERENTOLA and returned to sing Rosina IL BARBIERI DI SIVIGLIA. She sang Ninetta in Haydn’s IL MONDO DELLA LUNA in Nantes, Angers, Rennes and Le Théâtre National du Luxembourg. She appeared as Dorabella COSI FAN TUTTE with Israeli Opera under Dan Ettinger, in PARSIFAL at the Staatsoper Berlin under Daniel Barenboim and made her debut in THE FLY under Placido Domingo at LA Opera. She made her debut with L’Opéra Comique in Paris as Sylvain LA CHANSON DE FORTUNIO by Offenbach, under Jean-Luc Tingaud and sang Tigrana EDGAR in Valladolid.
Her concert repertoire includes appearances with l'Ensemble Orchestral de Paris at the Théâtre de Champs Elysées, with the Chicago Symphony in the Ravinia Festival and with the BBC Symphony Orchestra at the Barbican London. In recital she has appeared at the Wigmore Hall, London with Graham Johnson.
On CD Louise Callinan sang La Seconda Elfe in Respighi's LA CAMPANA SOMMERSA in Montpellier and she appeared as Second Lady in the Kenneth Branagh film of THE MAGIC FLUTE.
Most recently she appeared as Samaritana FRANCESCA DA RIMINI (Zandonai) under Daniel Oren at the Bastille for Opéra National de Paris, and she returned to Valladolid to make her role debut as Dalila SAMSON ET DALILA under Francisco Lara Tejero and made her debut at Teatro Verdi di Trieste: Samaritana FRANCESCA DA RIMINI, conductor Kovatchev.
Future Engagements Include:
  • Opéra National de Paris: Mercedes CARMEN, conductor Philippe Jordan.
  • Opéra National de Paris: Wellgunde DAS RHEINGOLD, conductor Philippe Jordan.
  • Opéra National de Paris: Roßweiße DIE WALKÜRE, conductor Philippe Jordan
  • Opéra National de Paris: Wellgunde DIE GÖTTERDÄMMERUNG, conductor Philippe Jordan.
  • Opéra National de Paris: Zweite Dame DIE ZAUBERFLÖTE conductor Philippe Jordan
  • Théâtre & Musique, Paris: Erda DAS RHEINGOLD (European tour) Peter Rundel
  • Théâtre & Musique, Paris: Erda SIEGFRIED (European tour) conductor: Peter Rundel
  • Opéra National de Paris: Bersi ANDREA CHENIER, conducted by Daniel Oren
Tuesday, 24 April 2012 19:39



  • Israeli Prime Minister's Prize, 2010 .
  • Israeli Prime Minister's Prize. 2001 
  • ACUM (Israeli ASCAP) award for lifetime achievements in composition and education.  
  • Judges' Prize , ACUM (Israeli ASCAP), 1992 
  • Municipality of Tel Aviv,  Engel Prize, 1991 
  • ACUM Prize  for A Letter to Stravinsky 1991 
  • Municipality of Haifa, the Mark Lavri Prize for The Golem, 1991  
  • Guggenheim Fellowship for composition, 1981  
  • The Brooklyn College Opera Theater Chamber Opera Composition  Contest, special award, 1981  
  • ACUM  Prize, stipend for completion of Violin Concerto, 1977  
  • Composers' Conference Felloship, Johnson, Vermont 1974 & 1975  
  • ISCM Electronic Music Competition, 1975  
  • Orr Prize, Jerusalem, And There Arose a Mist - Cantata for Choir, Magnetic Tape, Percussion and Brass Quintet 


Tuesday, 24 April 2012 19:38

Commissions and Grants

  • Tel Aviv Foundation for the Arts, 2003 Threads of The Heart  for a large ensemble (15 players) 2003
  • Concerto for Orchestra, commissioned by the Jerusalem Radio Symphony Orchestra, premiered in March 2002
  • Sukhi Kang, Korea, 1999, A Note For A Neighbor 
  • Einklang Festival of Austria, 1999, Mittersil Quintet 
  • Tel-Aviv Foundation for the Arts, 1998,  String Sextet in Two Movements 
  • composer in residence, UPIC electronic music center in Paris 1998  
  • Tel-Aviv Foundation for the Arts, Discussions No. 5 for Clarinet and Piano, 1996  
  • The Danish Wind Octet, Syncopa for Wind Octet, 1995  
  • Tel-Aviv Foundation for the Arts, for Discussions No. 3 for Flute and Piano , 1994  
  • The Israel Sinfonietta Beer-Sheva, Uri Mayer cond. Symphony No. 3 1994  
  • Tel-Aviv Foundation for the Arts, Concerto Grosso  1992, for The Kibbutz Chamber Orchestra  
  • Tel-Aviv Foundation for the Arts,  Sonata No. 2 for Cello and Piano  1991, for the cellist Alexander Kaganovsky, 1988  
  • The Jewish Museum of N.Y City The Golem for the Heritage Symphony Orchestra, Yaakov Bergman conductor, 1988  
  • Israel National Foundation for Culture and Art, Shiluvim, (Combinations) for children's choir and magnetic tape, 1986  
  • Tel-Aviv Foundation for the Arts, Sonata for Violin and Piano, 1984  
  • Israel National Foundation for Culture and Art, A Tale of Two Sandals for children's choir '83  
  • The Rena Schenfeld Dance Company, Silk, electroacoustic piece 1983  
  • Congregation Rodeph Shalom, New York City, Sim Shalom, for  children's choir and organ; Kedusha, for baritone solo, vocal quartet and organ  1983  
  • Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra Gary Bertini cond. Short Symphony 1981  
  • Meet the Composer  1981, 1989  
  • Tel-Aviv Foundation for the Arts,  Quartet for Flute and Strings 1979  
Thursday, 26 April 2012 07:37

Recorded Works

 For a full list of available recording please check on the  website

Playlist of works performed at a concert on January 2018: 
Lieder from two song cycles, Discussions no. 14 Duo for Double Bass & Piano, Sonata for French horn & Piano, Hallel for piano solo 

Piano Concerto No 3 

Roots - Meitar Ensemble

String Quartet Nr. 3 

Clarinet Quintet 

Concerto da Camera (2014)
For solo viola and ensemble
Moshe Aharonov - Viola / Yuval Zorn - Conductor



There Dwell the Wolf with the Sheep   (2014)
Choreography: Anat Shamgar / Dancer: Kerem  Shemi
Music: Menachem  Zur / Performers: Amit Landau-viola, Shira Mani-cello


Cartoons for Voice Artist, and Ensemble of 14 instruments 11.11.2008 Tel Aviv
Sound Text by Anat Pick, The Contemporary Israel Players, Zsolt Nagy conductor 

Cartoons from Shali Boharon on Vimeo.

Composer : Menachem Zur


CD & LP recordings:

      • Sonata No. 1 for Cello & Piano released in 1990 on Music In Israel
      • Clarinet Quintet, recorded by E. Chefetz, released in 1994 on Music In Israel
      • Quartet for Flute and Strings released in January 1997 on Music In Israel
      • Chants for Magnetic Tape - Columbia Odyssey Recording Y34139, winners ISCM 1975
      • Horizons for Magnetic Tape - Folkways Recording FSS33878


The following were recorded by the Israeli Radio Broadcast Authority:

    • Four For Four for Woodwind Quartet
    • Double Concerto for Bassoon, French Horn and Chamber Orchestra
    • Discussions for Violin and Clarinet
    • Two Sabbath Songs
    • Violin Concerto
    • Clarinet Quintet
    • Fantasy for Piano
    • Circles of Time, for piano
    • Sonata for Cello and Piano
    • Quartet for Flute and Strings
    • Short Symphony (no.1)
    • Lamentations - Cantata for Alto and Chamber Orchestra
    • Prisma for Piano Duo
    • Centers for Piano
    • Piano Concerto
    • String Quartet
    • A Tale of Two Sandals
    • Sonata for Violin and Piano
    • Piano Trio
    • A Letter To Schoenberg
    • A Letter to Stravinsky
    • A Letter to Alban Berg
    • Prelude for Violin Solo
    • Prelude for Viola Solo
Wednesday, 25 April 2012 22:35

Published Works

Concert Works Published :

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  • Concerto for Bassoon & Orchestra July 2014,
  • The Last Night, opera in two acts (2 hours) on libreto by Israel Eliraz, Sept 2013-March 2014
  • Concertino for Saxophone Quartet and orchestra 2012
  • At Dawn for Orchestra June 2011
  • Concerto Grosso for Violin,Viola Cello and Chamber Orchestra 1992
  • Neighbors  - opera in 3 acts  1986
  • Sonata for Violin and Piano   1984
  • Lamentations - Cantata for Alto and Chamber Orchestra   1982
  • Short Symphony No.1, 1981
  • Four for Four - Wind Quartet   l980
  • Centers  for Piano   1979
  • Quartet for Flute and Strings   1979
  • Clarinet Quintet   1978
  • Violin Concerto   No.1 ,  1978-2013
  • Double Concerto for Bassoon, French Horn and Chamber Orchestra   1978
  • And There Arose a Mist- Cantata for Choir, Magnetic Tape, Percussion and Brass Quartet 1972


Scheduled for publication by IMI:

  • Rainbow Concertino for Vibraphone, Harp & Chamber Orchestra, 2013 (former IMC)
  • Fantasy for Cello & Chamber Orchestra, 2013 ( former IMC)
  • Yizkor, Elegy for String Orchestra 2012 ( former IMC)
  • Symphony #3, 1994/ revised 2015 ( former IMC)
  • Fantasy for Cello & Chamber Orchestra, 2013
  • Arrow, concertino for Mandolin, Guitar, Harpsicord & chamber orchestra, 2015
  •  Prelude for a New Season for a large chamber ensemble 2017
  • Odysseys for Orchestra, symphony #6, 2017
  • Symphony #5, 2016   
  • Concertino for piano (#3) & ensemble 2016
  • Concertino for Flute, Strings & Percussion, 3 mvts., 2015
  • Clarinet concerto, 3 mvts., 2015
  • Piano concerto #2 with a poem by Israel Eliraz, 2015
  • Violin concerto #2,2014
  • Four Else Songs for Alto and Orchestra to poems by Israel Eliraz, 2014
  • Symphony #4 in three movements: Gestures, Songs without words, Memories, 2012


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  • Shovalim, quartet for flute, cello, piano & percussion (mainly vibraphone), 2017
  • Sonatina for Viola & Piano, 2017
  • String Quartet #4, 2017
  • Echoes for Four For clarinet, trumpet, vibraphone & piano, 2017
  • Discoveries for Oboe Quartet, 2017
  • Discussions # 13 for Clarinet & Vibraphone, 2017
  • Shilush, Sextet for Brass Quintet & Piano, 2016
  • Fantasy for Organ solo, 2016
  • Fantasy for Wind Instruments (arranged from fantasy for Organ solo), 2016
  • Discussions #12 Trio for Flute, Violin & Viola, 2016
  • Dance of the Spirit for piano solo, 2016
  • Hallel for Piano solo, 2016
  • String Quartet #3, 2017
  • Clarinet Trio  Mosaics, 2015
  • Five Nature Songs  song cycle  for mezzo-soprano, cello & piano,  text by Rachel, Sept 28 2015
  • Dichterinnen Liebe,   song cycle for soprano & piano, Sept. 15. 2015 
  • Duo for Viola and Bassoon   (A new version of Discussions No.2 from 1972)  August 2015
  • Elul Voices ,  Bassoon Quintet  for bassoon & string quartet, in  two mvts, August 2015
  • Psalm 137 On the Waters of Babylon  for mixed choir & harp ,  July 2015
  • Roots for sextet: vln, vla, cello, pno. April 2015
  • Anan Over, two songs for mezzo-soprano & two clarinets on poems by Israel Eliraz, March 2015
  • Prelude for Cello Solo  A Song for David,  Oct 2014
  • Psalm 43 for mixed choir, four voices, Sept 2014
  • Prelude for Guitar Solo August 2014
  • Prelude for Harp Solo August 2014
  • Sham-Gar Ze’ev Im Keves  ( There will dwell wolf with lamb);  Duo for cello & viola for 
  • choreography by Anat Shamgar , July 2014
  • Solitude,Discussions No.11 for Piano Quintet , in two movements , June 2014
  • Bagatelle for clarinet and piano April, 2014
  • Touching Horizons  Sonatina for Piano, Sept 2013
  • Gone With The Wind  for ten performers Sept 2013
  • Touching Trees A song cycle for soprano, clarinet & piano, April 2013
  • On The Road for ten performers , (featuring 2 clarinets) , August 2013
  • Rainbow Concertino for Vibraphone, Harp and Chamber Orchestra, 6 min, August 2013
  • Fantasy  for Cello and Chamber Orchestra , march 2013
  • Yizkor, Elegy for String Orchestra , July 2012
  • Adam Roeh, Song cycle on poems of Israel Eliraz, for baritone, viola and piano, July 2012
  • Shir Hama’alot for a chamber Orchestra, Oct. 2011
  • Discussions No.10, Contour Variations ,  for violin & piano, Sept 2011
  • A few Remarks on Music for voice and ensemble, August 2011,
  • String Quartet No.2 , August 2011-2014 ,3 mvts .
  • A Note To Ravel for Harp Septet, July 2011,
  • Networks  for Wood Wind Quintet & Piano, July 2011,
  • Hate’ena (The Fig Tree) for Mezzo Soprano and Ensemble (Sept 2010), text by Israel Eliraz
  • Free Sex-tet for flute, clarinet, bassoon, Violin, cello and piano 2010
  • Piano Trio No.2 “For The Young”  2008
  • Cartoons for a large chamber ensemble and a voice-artist, with sound-text by Anat Pick- 2005-8
  • Songs of Song for String Trio 2006-7       
  • Departures & Encounters for String Quintet 2005 (also a version for string orchestra)
  • Discussions No. 9  Quartet for Piano and Strings, 2004
  • Discussions No.8  Quartet for Guitar and Strings, 2004
  • Psalm 23 for choir and marimba, 2003
  • Translations for Percussion and Electronics, 2003
  • Threads of The Heart  for a large ensemble (15 players) ,2003
  • Discussions No. 7 for Flute-recorders & Harpsichord April 2002 
  • Discussion No.6 for Saxophone Quartet and   Electronics, 2000
  • Concerto for Orchestra , August 2001
  • Concero for Piano Four Hands and String Orchestra, 2001 Two movements: Breshit, Isaiah’s Visions 
  • And A Whisper Will Be Heard for solo Violin, 2001
  • Sovev for Horn Violin & Piano 2000
  • Kedusha Prayer 1999,
  • A Note For A Neighbor - for quartet-clar.,vln.,cello, pno.-1999
  • Mittersil Quintet -for clar.,F.horn, guitar, cello, vibr.- 1999
  • Alleluia for vocal sextet and magnetic tape 1999
  • Discussions No.6 for Saxophone quartet and magnetic tape 1998
  • String Sextet in Two Movements  1998 ( Version for String Orchestra Feb. 1999)
  • Concerto Da Camera  for Viola & Ensemble  (Octet) 1997
  • Concerto for Piano Four Hands & String Orchestra: Breshit (2006) Isaiah's Visions 1997
  • Cadenza  for violin Solo 1997
  • On Wings of An Echo   for piano solo  1997
  • Discussions No.5  for Clarinet & Piano  1996
  • Syncopa  for Wind Octet  1995
  • Gesang Eines Hundes  for soprano and piano ( after F.Kafka ) 1994
  • Discussions No.3 for Flute & Piano  1994
  • Discussions No.4 for Trumpet & Piano  1994
  • Discussions No.4a for Trombone & Piano  1994
  • Sonata for Two Pianos 1994
  • Symphony No.3     1994/  revised: 2015
  • Symphony No.2  Letters:
  • A Letter to Schoenberg - for Orchestra  1988
  • A Letter to Stravinsky  - for Orchestra  1990
  • A Letter to Alban Berg - for Orchestra   1994
  • Concerto For Tuba and Orchestra 1992
  • Prelude for Violin solo 1991 ( also a version for viola -'92, for guitare -'98)
  • Sonata No. 2 for Cello and Piano 1991
  • Circles Of Time  for Piano  1990
  • Akedat Ytzchak  (The Sacrifice Of Isaac) for children’s choir or women’s choir 1989
  • The Golem - for Baritone and  Ensemble  1988
  • Sonata for French Horn and Piano  1988
  • Sonata for Oboe (English Horn) and Piano 1988 ( also a version for saxophones)
  • Fantasy for Brass Quintet   1988
  • Piano Trio for Piano No.1, Violin and Cello   1987
  • Shiluvim (Combinations) - for Children's Choir and Magnetic Tape   1986
  • Prelude for Band   1986
  • String Quartet   1985
  • Hallelujah (Psalm 150) for mixed choir   1984
  • Piano Concerto  1983
  • A Tale of Two Sandals - for Children's Choir   1983
  • Sim Shalom - for Children's Choir and Organ   1983
  • Kedusha - for Baritone Solo, Vocal Quartet and Organ   1983
  • Clarinet Trio  for clarinet, cello & piano 1981
  • Horn Trio Sovev  for F.horn, violin & piano 1980

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  • Aria Da Capo  for Bassoon Solo   1983
  • Prisma  for Piano Duo   1982
  • Pygmalion - Operatic Scene for Singer and Pianist   1981
  • Discussions No. 2  for Viola and Bassoon  1979
  • Chamber Symphony in Two Movements   1974-75
  • Two Sabbath Songs for Voice and Piano   1974
  • 3 + 2  for Five Instruments   1974
  • Variations for Cello Solo   1974
  • Sonata for Cello and Piano No.1   1973
  • Concertino for Woodwind Quintet   1973
  • Fantasy for Piano  1972
  • Discussions No. 2 for Violin and Clarinet   1972
  • Affairs - Theatrical Piece for Soprano, Conductor and Eight Musicians   1970

Yet Unpublished:

  • Chants for Magnetic Tape, 1975
  • The Composer’s Shoes for voice and electronics (with Anat Pick), 2003
  • Concertino for Flute, Strings & Percussion, 3 mvts., July 2015
  • Clarinet concerto  May 2015, 3 mvts.
  • Piano concerto No.2, with a poem by Israel Eliraz ,  Feb. 2015
  • Violin concerto No.2, 2014
  • Four Else Songs  for Alto and Orchestra to poems  by Israel Eliraz,Oct. 2014
  • Symphony No.4  Gestures;Songs without words; Memories , April 2012
  • Chants for Magnetic tape (1975)                                                                                                         
  • The Composer’s Shoes for voice & electronics –with Anat Pick-voice