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Pianist Efi Hackmey enjoys a career as a soloist and chamber musician. His recent performances have included solo recitals at Lincoln Center’s Rose Studio and the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage, and Chopin’s F minor Concerto with the Haifa Symphony Orchestra in Israel. A native of Israel, he has performed at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Jerusalem Music Centre, and in special concerts presented by the Arthur Rubinstein International Music Society. He has performed many additional concerts in Israel, Austria and Germany, and in the United States. His recordings have been broadcast on Israeli TV Channel 2, the Israeli National Public Radio, and in the United States on WTSU, WRWA and WTJB. Efi Hackmey studied at Tel Aviv University, and holds a Doctor of Music degree in piano performance from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. His teachers have included Menahem Pressler, Pnina Salzman and Dina Turgeman.

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