Violinist Miriam Fried to play in Israel

Fried has soloed with most major orchestras in the US and Europe, and she has won a number of prestigious awards.

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April 28, 2009 09:48

 
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Tel Aviv-raised American violinist Miriam Fried will play with the Israel Kibbutz Orchestra next month, in a program entitled The Romantic Violin. Her husband, Paul Biss, will conduct her in Max Bruch's famous Concerto No.1 for violin and Tchaikovsky's Melancholy Serenade for violin. Fried has soloed with most major orchestras in the US and Europe, and she has won a number of prestigious awards. The concerts will run from May 17 to 26 around the country.

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