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The pianist Dalia Ouziel was born in Israel and studied there at the Rubin Academy with Eliahu Rudiakov and in Belgium at the Conservatoires in Mons and Brussels. Her career has brought performances throughout Europe, the United States, Canada, Israel, Africa and Brazil. In Belgium as well as abroad she has appeared with the most important chamber and symphony orchestras with broadcasts and television appearances. A regular guest of international chamber music festivals, she has collaborated with distinguished colleagues and together with the violinist Jerrold Rubenstein forms a Duo which has an extensive performing and recording career with a repertoire of more than a hundred sonatas. In 1975 she began a Piano Duo with her sister Orit Ouziel and was for nineteen years a member of the Belgian Piano Trio together with Jerrold Rubenstein and Edmond Baert. Since 1978 Dalia Ouziel has built a solid reputation as a pedagogue. Professor at the Royal Conservatoire of Music in Mons, she has given master-classes in Italy, Spain, Brazil, France, England and in the United States. She also serves as professeur extraordinaire at the Chapelle Musicale Reine Elisabeth of Belgium.

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