About Us

About Us

The visionMaxim Vengerov

To give musically gifted children living in the northern periphery of Israel, the chance to excel. The dream has become a program of excellence recognized now all over Israel and throughout the world.

International teaching standards to young musicians in Israel’s periphery.

Founded in 2006 by world renowned violinist Maxim Vengerov and Dr. Anna Rosnovsky, previously first violinist of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, the project was established as an amoutah (non-profit organization) and started in Migdal, near Tiberias and later moved to Rosh Pina, near Zfat.

Today, Dr Anna Rosnovsky, leads the project and volunteers all her time, energy and expertise. “Musicians of Tomorrow” have performed all over Israel and in festivals in Montreal, Vienna, Budapest, Leeds, Manchester and London and have become wonderful informal ambassadors for Israel.

Violin, viola, cello, doublebass, guitar, clarinet and piano lessons are given after school (at least twice a week and often more) to 18 children ranging in age between 4 to 18 years old, primarily from the Eastern Galilee region. In addition to the instruments, pupils receive a complete musical education including solfege, voice, improvisation, composition and chamber music.

Families that are able pay a nominal monthly fee – but no child with talent is turned away for financial reasons.

The program currently takes place in Anna’s Rosh Pina home but is scheduled to move into permanent premises by virtue of a most generous donation by a gracious benefactor who has purchased a large 10 room old house in Rosh Pina for use by “Musicians of Tomorrow”.

“Musicians of Tomorrow” is supported only by philanthropic donations from foundations and private individuals.


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