Pianist & Composer
Zefunot Culture awarded Stanislav Fridman a scholarship for studies abroad in 2012.
Stanislav Fridman was born in Kiev, Ukraine, where he began his piano and music composition studies. In 2000, Stanislav immigrated to Israel where he graduated with honors from The Conservatory of Petah Tikwa. During his studies in Israel, Stanislav was a recipient of The Cultural Foundation America-Israel scholarship for eight years in a row.
Stanislav has appeared in many solo recitals, chamber music performances and presented his own works in many cities in Israel, such as Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa, Raanana and Petah Tikva.
Stanislav has received his Bachelor degree from Mannes College of Music in New York, where he is also currently pursuing his Masters degree. Stanislav is very active in the New York City music scene, and has appeared in many concerts as a chamber musician, as well as the principle orchestral pianist of the Mannes Orchestra in major venues such as Stern Auditorium and Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Skirball Center at NYU, Center for Jewish History and Mannes College Concert Hall.
Stanislav’s latest composition “Nostalgia and Forthcoming” for solo piano was recorded at Patrych Recording Studios and is now a part of the CD Musical Journeys – Through the Jewish Diaspora (2015).