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Yuval Gotlibovich

Nato in Israele, tra i suoi insegnanti principali vi sono Atar Arad e Anna Rasnovsky.
Gotlibovich ha ottenuto primi premi in competizioni internazionali tra i quali: il “Fridolin Rusch”, “Aviv Competition”, "Avion  Competitions”  e nel 2004 la Chamber Music Competition “Fischoff”.
Le attività concertistiche di Gotlibovich si svolgono prevalentemente in Europa, Stati Uniti e Israele. Ha suonato come solista con l’Orchestra Sinfonica di Gerusalemme, i Tel Aviv Soloists, l’Orchestra del Texas Festival e l’Orchestra da camera Ostrobothnian. Ha collaborato con artisti di fama quali: Menahem Pressler,
Marc-André Hamelin, George Pludermacher, Nobuko Imai, Janos Starker e molti altri altri. Ha inciso per la BBC in Gran Bretagna, la CBC in Canada, la IBA in Israele, la FRA in Francia, la Deutschlandfunk in Germania, e la NPR negli Stati Uniti.
È regolarmente ospite in festival e corsi estivi: Kuhmo in Finlandia, Roundtp in Texas, Giverny e Villefavard in Francia.

Un album dal titolo “Chamber Music of Jean Françaix" lo ha visto protagonista con la prima registrazione della versione originale della "Rhapsodie per viola e pianoforte" (1946) e del Trio per Clarinetto, Viola e Pianoforte.
Ha collaborato con l'Ensemble Modern a Francoforte, Ensemble Callisto a Chicago, ICTUS a Bruxelles, 216BCN a Barcellona e 21 in Israele e con compositori come Krzysztof Penderecki, Henri Dutilleux, György Kurtág e Sofia Gubaidulina.
Compositori come Alexandre Eisenberg e Justin Merritt hanno scritto concerti per viola che sono stati presentati in prima assoluta da Gotlibovich.

Gotlibovich è stato il più giovane Professore alla facoltà dell'Indiana University dal 2004 al 2008. È entrato nella facoltà della Escuela Superior de Musica Reina Sofia come assistente del Professore Diemut Poppen ed dal 2009 è Professore al Conservatorio della Svizzera italiana, Scuola Universitaria di Musica, Lugano.


A native of Israel, his main teachers include Atar Arad and Anna Rasnovsky.
Gotlibovich holds first prizes in National and International Competitions, among them: First Prize and the Fridolin Rusch award at the 8th “international Lionel Tertis Viola Competition”, first prize at the 2004 “Aviv” Competitions in Israel and the 2004 American “Fischoff” Chamber Music Competition as a member of Trio di Colore.

Gotlibovich´s concert activities span through Europe, United States and Israel. He has played as soloist with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, the Tel Aviv Soloists Ensemble, Texas Festival Orchestra and the Ostrobothnian chamber orchestra . He Collaborated in Chamber Music with world renowned artists such as: Menachem Pressler, Marc Andre Haemlin, George Pludmahcer, Nubuko Imai, Janos Starker among others. His concerts can be heard worldwide on networks BBC in the U.K, CBC in Canada, IBA in Israel, FRA in France, Deutschlandfunk in Germany and NPR in the United States.
He has appeared in recital in such venues as: Wigmore Hall in London, and the Kennedy Center in Washington.
Live music for the 1919 movie ¨The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari¨ by Gotlibovich for viola and cello duo had been premiered in Festival ¨Are More¨ in Vigo, Spain, Last year and is future to be performed in the Haifa International Film Festival among various venues in Israel and abroad.

He is a regular guest at festivals and summer courses such as Kuhmo in Finland, Roundtp in Texas, Giverny and Villefavard in France and the world viola congresses.
An album titled “Chamber Music of Jean Francai”x, had been released lately on xxi productions, featuring a premiere recording of the original version of Rahpsodie for viola and piano (1946) and trio for Clarinet, viola and piano.
He has worked with Ensemble Modern in Frankfurt, Ensemble Callisto in Chicago, ICTUS in Brussels, 216BCN in Barcelona and 21 in Israel; and with Composers such as Krzysztof Penderecki , Henri Deutilleux, György Kurtág and Sofia Gubaidulina. Composers Alexandre Eisenberg and Justin Merritt have written Concertos for the Viola that were dedicated and Premiered by Gotlibovich.
Gotlibovich had been the youngest Professor on the faculty of Indiana University from 2004 to 2008. He is join the faculty of Escuela Sperior de Musica Reina Sofia as assistant Pofessor to Diemut Poppen and he is Professor in Conservatorio della Svizzera italiana - Scuola Universitaria di Musica, Lugano.