יום חמישי, 4 באוגוסט 2016

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Bracha Bdil – Biography

Bracha Bdil, born in 1988, has a B.ed in Music Education from Levinsky College and a Master's degree in Music Education and Composition from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, led by Professor Andre Hajdu, o.b.m. and Professor Haim Permont.
Bracha studied classical voice training with Hadassah Ben-Haim, classical piano with Dina Orlov and Dr. Irena Berkowitz, jazz with Marina Lewinsky, and piano chamber music with Professor Alexander Tamir.

Bracha won the first prize in the Wolf Durmashkin Composition Award, Germany (2018), and the first prize in the Yardena Alotin Composition Competition, Bar-Ilan University, Israel (2016).

Her repertoire includes orchestral music, chamber, vocal and electronic music, as well as music for dance and theater.

Her musical compositions and edited works have been performed around the world, including: "mid-residency recital" - California,  "6:30" Concert Series - UWGB MUSIC, University of Wisconsin (2018),  Bezanson Recital Hallon - University of Massachusetts, Concert sponsored by the "Russian Musical Union" - Saint-Petersburg, "The Schnittke Festival" - Seratov-Russia, "UNK New Music Festival" - University of Nebraska, "Société de Concerts de Montréal" - Canada (2017), the concert series "Concrete Timbre" and "Fifteen Minutes of Fame" - New York, "Australian Percussion Gathering" - Griffith University, Queensland Conservatorium, Melbourne, "One Minute Project" - Athens (2016).

In Israel her works are broadcast on the Israel Radio Voice of Music program and were performed at  various events, including: Israel Festival (2017), Piano Festival, the Jerusalem Theater (2015), a series of Excellence - the future generation, Music Center Eden-Tamir, Ein Kerem, and a series of Singing with the Sinfonietta, Performing Arts Center, Be'er Sheva (2014).


Bracha Bdil is a member of the Israel Composer's League and her works are published by the Israel Music Institute. Bracha is also a lecturer at the Levinsky College of Music Education, the Jerusalem College and at the Ron Shulamit Conservatory.