Fantasy for Violin, cello, and piano
The Israeli conductor, composer and music theorist Uri Rom (b. 1969) studied in Tel Aviv, Basel, and Berlin. He worked at various opera houses in Germany and conducted numerous orchestral concerts and opera productions. As a composer, he develops a neo-tonal style, mediating between the serious and the popular. Many of his works were premiered in Berlin, including, for instance, Capriccio Mediterraneo for violin and orchestra and Brandenburg Divertimento string orchestra, as well as a chamber opera, La vita Nova. After having taught orchestral conducting for many years at the Berlin University of the Arts, he has recently been appointed Assistand Professor of Music Theory at the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music at Tel Aviv University.
Published by Friedrich Hofmeister, Leipzig
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