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Cellist Michal Korman has performed internationally as soloist with such orchestras as the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra and the Juilliard Chamber Orchestra, and has worked with conductors including Zubin Mehta, Marek Piajorowski and Avner Biron. An avid chamber musician, she has performed at Carnegie’s Weill Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Bargemusic, and Tivoli Concert Hall (Copenhagen). She has participated in Marlboro and Yellow Barn music festivals and is a founding member of the Israeli Chamber Project. Michal Korman has also taken part in the West-Eastern Divan directed by Daniel Barenboim in Europe and the Manchester International Cello Festival in Great Britain, in addition to appearances with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. Born in Jerusalem, she completed her Artist Diploma degree and M. Mus. Degree at the Juilliard School with Joel Krosnick and Timothy Eddy.

Role: Classical Artist 
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