Neta Rudich, Violin
Neta is a violinist, violin teacher, writer, and a human rights activist. Neta recently moved to New York, where she performs with various ensembles. Most recently, she has been invited to perform at the Klangspuren Contemporary Festival Austria (September 19-25 2022), and with members of Ensemble Pi at Resnick-Passlof Foundation NY (October 20th, 2022). She teaches violin at the Brooklyn Conservatory and is doing a graduate degree at Mannes School of Music, studying with Curtis Macomber.
She has performed solo recitals in Tel Aviv, Gothenburg, Oxford, Berlin, Hannover, and New York. She has been associate concertmaster of the Berliner Operngruppe, a member of Quartet Lunaire for contemporary music and of Neues Kammerorchester Potsdam. She has played with Ensemble Meitar Israel and the Israel Camerata Jerusalem. Neta also lived in Oxford, UK for a number of years where she led the Merton College Orchestra, was a member of the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra. She has also acted as an activist for refugees and asylum seekers in France and the UK, and has organized and performed a donation concert for refugees in Calais.
Neta grew up in Israel and studied violin at the Tel Aviv Music Academy with Moshe Murvitz. She has also studied with Carolin Widmann at HMT Leipzig, with Bernhard Hartog in Berlin,.Neta recently moved to NY, where she performs, studies at Mannes School of Music NY and teaches violin at the Brooklyn Conservatory. In autumn 22 she will perform at Klangspuren Contemporary Festival Austria and with members of Ensemble Pi at Resnick-Passlof Foundation NY. She currently studies at Mannes School of Music NY.