Noam Aviel opens her tenure with Symphony in C conducting a programme of works by Smetana, Rachmaninov and Tchaikovsky in her first concert as the orchestra’s Music Director. Aviel chose Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony as the centre of her introductory performance on Saturday 4th of November at Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts New Jersey, preceded by Smetana’s The Bartered Bride Overture and Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No. 2. For more details, see HERE
Noam Aviel is new Music Director of the Symphony in C, effective from July 2023 for an initial three-year term. Symphony in C is one of the leading musical institutions in the US committed to preparing the next generation of the orchestra musicians and composers “engaging with the community, helping musicians to develop skills and experiences for professional success”.
Aviel will launch her tenure with the programmes including works by Corelli, Vivaldi, Mendelssohn, Dvořák, Beethoven, Henriette Renié, Leonard Bernstein, and Florence Price in five concerts at Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts in her first season.
For more information and the official press release see HERE
Conductor Noam Aviel is reunited with the musicians of San Antonio at the newly formed San Antonio Philharmonic conducting Beethoven’s Symphony No 3 “Eroica”on May 12th & 13th this year. Two award winning soloists, cellist Boris Andrianov and guitarist Dimitri Illarionov, combine forces in Piazzolla’s Double Concerto for Cello, Guitar and Orchestra. Fuga Criolla by Venezuelan composer Juan Bautista Plaza opens the concert. For more information, see HERE
Noam Aviel returns to the US for her debut with New Jersey’s Symphony in C conducting Berlioz’s ground-breaking Symphonie fantastique. Award-winning American violinist Stella Chen will be the soloist in Vieuxtemps’ Violin Concerto No 5 preceded by Franz Liszt’s demonic Mephisto Waltz No 1. The concert will take place on January 21st, 2023 at Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts in New Jersey.
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Noam Aviel returns to the Israel Sinfonietta Beer Sheva to lead a gala concert with renowned pianists at the annual Jerusalem Piano Festival on November 24th at Jerusalem Theatre. The National Romantic programme will feature piano concertos by Dvorak, Grieg and Rachmaninov performed by Dani Dvorkin, Shir Semmel and Dorel Golan.
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Noam Aviel makes her symphonic debuts on tour in South Africa conducting KwaZulu Philharmonic Orchestra on October the 27th and Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra on November the 3rd. Their programmes include Mendelssohn’s Symphonies No 1 in Durban and No 4 in Johannesburg as well as Saint-Saens Cello Concerto No 1 in A minor with Maja Bogdanovic as soloist. Both concerts will open with Faure’s Pelleas and Melisande Suite.
Noam Aviel makes her debut at Opera Orlando in the US conducting a contemporary one-act opera Lizbeth by Thomas Albert. Noam Aviel leads the orchestra and cast in two performances on May 20th & May 22nd at the Harriett’s Orlando Ballet Centre. The production directed by Eve Summer is presented during the 2022 Orlando International Fringe Festival. For more information see HERE
Noam Aviel conducts two concerts with Raanana Symphonette on March 10th & 12th featuring the winners of the renowned Tel-Hai Masterclass Competition and their chosen concerti: Brahms Piano Concerto No 1 and Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 1. The two programmes will also include orchestral pieces by Brahms, Glinka and Dvorak. Find out more:
On March 25th Noam makes her Swedish debut with the Norrkoping Symphony Orchestra conducting a “surprise” programme of works from operatic, musicals, film and symphonic repertoire chosen by the audience and revealed on the day at De Geerhallen in Norrkoping. For more details see HERE
Following successful debut in 2020, Noam Aviel returns to the Sinfonietta Beer Sheva to lead a live concert on 25th of December. Her discovery programme features newly celebrated Symphony No 3 by Louise Farrenc preceded by Mendelssohn’s Hebrides Overture and Haydn Cello Concerto in C with renowned Israeli cellist Zvi Plesser as soloist.
For more details see HERE