Our Teachers

Our Teachers

Dr. Anna Rosnovsky – Musical Director & Violin Teacher

Anna was born into a musical family in St. Petersburg, Russia. She studied violin in Moscow at the Tchaikovsky Academy of Music with Prof. Jankelevitch and Prof. Glesarova and completed her doctorate in Musicology under the guidance of Prof. Ginsburg.
In 1974 she immigrated with her family to Israel and in 1979 joined the first violin section of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. She has appeared as a soloist with the IPO, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra and other Israeli ensembles under the batons of Maestro Zubin Mehta, Myung-Whun Chang and Lior Shambadal among others. Anna was a teacher at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and several of her students are currently playing with the IPO.
After retiring from the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Anna decided to devote her life to teaching the next generation of excellent Israeli musicians. She joined Maxim Vengerov and shared his vision to provide the highest level of teaching talented children in the periphery of Israel. Together they founded the “Musicians of Tomorrow”.

Luba Epstein – Piano Teacher

Luba Epstein was born in Chelyabinsk (Siberia, Russia). Luba studied with Professor Gitlin (according to the school of Professor Goldnweizer), and afterwards studied at the Yekaterinburg Academy with Professor Glagolev.

In 1990, Luba immigrated to Israel and moved to Tzfat where she established a professional center for piano study in the area. In 2007, Luba joined the “Musicians of Tomorrow” project and has been teaching gifted children, some of whom won awards from the AICF and appeared on stages across the country and the world.

Leat Sabbah – Cello Teacher / Arranger

A New York native, cellist Leat Sabbah, has performed a variety of musical styles worldwide. An active, versatile soloist, improviser and arranger, Leat moves fluidly through the classical, Middle Eastern and folk genres. Leat graduated from the Manhattan School of Music.
Leat did an apprenticeship with the Ottowa National Arts Centre Orchestra under Maestro Pinchas Zukerman, completing a tour of Western Canada.
Leat moved to Israel in 2010 and in 2013, she moved to Rosh Pina and began teaching cello with “Musicians of Tomorrow”.

Olga Sola – Theory, Solfege and Music History Teacher

Olga was born in Kant, Kyrgyzstan (CIS). She completed the Academy of Music in Frunze and taught music theory and solfege in Volsk and in her hometown Kant.
In 1994, Olga immigrated to Israel and moved to Tzfat, where she continued to teach the children of the North of the country. In 2011 Olga joined “Musicians of Tomorrow” and teaches solfege.

Hadas Carni – Vocal and Choral Teacher

Hadas Carmi began her musical education at age of ten.
Hadas graduated from the Jerusalem Rubin Academy for Music & Dance, and earned her GPD diploma with honors at the University of Hartford.
Hadas has worked with renowned voice teachers, who followed her development as a singer: Myra Cordell, Dr. Frederick Moses, Inci Bashar, Franco Eglesias, Elizabeth Vaughn and Rosemarie Danziger.
She has coached with Yelena Kurdina, Lucy Arner, Joan Dornemann, Terry Lask, Sherill Milnes and David Aronson.
Hadas Carmi regularly performs in recitals around the world.
She has been the voice teacher of the Ihud chorus.
Hadas teaches regularly at “Musicians of Tomorrow” as chorus conductor and a voice teacher.

Eran Madmon – Guitar

Eran graduated from Zfat College with a degree in Jewish and Ethnic music and also studied Classical guitar.
He trained with some of Spain’s leading flamenco guitarists.
Eran performs all over Israel, often with his own original material.
He teaches guitar and joined “Musicians of Tomorrow” in 2015

Ran Ben Naftali – Doublebass

Ran has been a member of Kibbutz Ein Hamifratz for 47 years. He has fulfilled numerous musical roles, first and foremost as performer and teacher of doublebass. He participates in almost all Israel’s well known orchestras and has performed at Carnegie Hall, New York, in Hechal Hatarbut, Tel Aviv and with the Berlin Philharmonic in Germany.
Ran has also toured with orchestras extensively in North and South America as well as Europe.
One of Ran’s pupils is a highly regarded member of the doublebass section of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.

Ran continues to teach and joined “Musicians of Tomorrow” in 2015.

Prof. Ilan Schul – Clarinet

Positions in the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance:
JAMD President in the years 2003-2012
Dean, Faculty of Performing Arts 1999-2003
Head, Department of Winds & Percussion 1994-1999

Prof. Schul is currently head of the Clarinet Class and from 1990 to 2010 was the music director of the Jerusalem Academy Chamber Orchestra.
He was Pedagogic Director, “Clarinet & Klezmer in the Galilee” Seminar found by Giora Feidman from 2006 to 2013.

From 1990 to 2003, he was principal clarinetist of the Israel Symphony Orchestra Rishon LeZion, which also serves as the house orchestra of the Israeli Opera.

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