Shoshana Rudiakov - The Artist

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Shoshana Rudiakov

A pianist of a special quality" was the first critical response to gifted young pianist Shoshana Rudiakov on the occasion of her debut in Israel. Born in Riga, Larvia, she completed her formal studies at the famous Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory with Professor Jacov Flier and Bella Davidovitch. She concertized extensively in Russia before emigrating to Israel. There she was engaged as soloist with the Israel Philharmonic, Jerusalem Symphony, Haifa Symphony and the Israel Sinfonietta as well as for public and broadcast recitals throughout Israel.

Shoshana Rudiakov made her European debut in 1975 at the Royal Albert Hall in London with the New Philharmonia Orchestra, thereafter appearing in public broadcasts with the BBC and various recitals as well as orchestral performances throughout England. In 1977, she was hailed as a great discovery in Germany, where she maintains a heavy schedule of performances as soloist with the Berlin Symphony, Philharmonia Hungarica, Wuttenberg Chamber Orchestra and television and in recital. In addition to her regular appearances in Israel and her duties as Professor of Piano at the Stuttgart Conservatory, Ms. Rudiakov has recently performed in Holland, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy, the former Yugoslavia and the United States.


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