Guest Recital: Yuval Rabin, organ
Jewish Organ Music: The West-East Bridge
- Wednesday July 10 8:00pm
Israeli-Swiss concert organist Yuval Rabin will perform his own "Smirot Fantasy," works of Jewish composers Chajes, Lewandowski, Alexander and Sheriff, and works of German composers who influenced them.
Born in Haifa, Israel in 1973, Rabin has studied at the Dunie Weizmann Conservatory in Haifa, the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, and the Musik Akademie der Stadt Basel and the Schola Cantorum Basiliensas in Switzerland. He participates in festivals and performs internationally with ensembles, orchestras and choirs. His compact discs include “Organ Music from Israel” and works of C.P.E Bach and Mendelssohn.
Rabin currently lives in Basel, Switzerland, but remains active in Israel’s musical life, holding master classes there and directing the annual Israel International Organ Festival under the auspices of the Israel Organ Association. He also composes and writes poetry.
Presented by the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance and the Jean & Samuel Frankel Center for Judaic Studies
Free - no tickets required