Taub takes a bow

The Keshet Eilon Music Center’s summer master-course opens next week

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July 12, 2018 20:06
 HAIM TAUB and students

HAIM TAUB and students. (photo credit: SARIT UZIELI)

 
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If you are a young classical music player, particularly if the violin is your instrument of choice, Keshet Eilon is probably the place to be around this time of the year.

The Keshet Eilon Music Center was established in 1990 with the expressed intent of nurturing budding talent. That was at a time when the mass immigration of Soviet Jewry was picking up pace, and the idea was to primarily help newly arrived musically gifted youngsters fit into the local scene and, subsequently, the global arena.

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