Zefunot Culture introduced Revital to its audience together with the clarinetist Ron Selka and the soprano Shosh Lagil.
"Those who came [to Revital's concert] won a jackpot. The award winning Israeli pianist Revital Hachamoff played so with as much temperament and intensity that it would have a captured the entire Philharmonic hall under her spell."
"The orchestra rolled for the pianist Revital Hachamoff the red carpet: The Israeli pianist gave George Gershwin 'Rhapsody in Blue' an impressive performance. Her fingers danced at times soulfully softly, then again with acrobatic panache over the keys with her blond curls flying in the air. Big applauses were given for the rousing interpretation. We would like it would hear more of the successful soloist."
Acclaimed Israeli pianist Revital Hachamoff has delighted both audiences and critics alike with her performances in Israel and around the world, receiving great praise for her musical ingenuity, passionate performances, unique interpretations and technical mastery.
She performed as a soloist and a chamber music player all over Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, Japan, China, South America, USA and Canada. She often performs as a soloist with leading Israeli orchestras including the Israel Philharmonic, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, the Opera Symphony Orchestra and others.
Outside Israel, she has performed with leading orchestras including the Moscow Chamber Orchestra (Tchaikovsky Hall), Berliner Symphoniker (Konzerthaus Berlin), Salzburg Chamber Soloists, Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, The Solti Chamber Orchestra of Budapest, The Bucharest Philharmonic Orchestra (Atheneum), Transylvania State Philharmonic Orchestra, Neuss Chamber Orchestra, The NDR Symphony Orchestra, and national orchestras in South America.
Hachamoff played under the baton of important conductors such as: Zubin Mehta, Sergio Comissiona, Valeriy Gergiev, Maxim Shostakovich, David Stern, Dan Ettinger, Avi Ostrovsky, Lavard Skou-Larsen, Constantine Orbelian, Omer Welber, Lior Shambadal, Mendi Rodan, Noam Sheriff, Zsolt Nagy and others. She appeared as a soloist at International festivals including Montreux-Vevey, Enescu, Roskilde, Festivo, San Sebastian, Kfar Blum and the Israel Festival.
Her recording of Elgar's violin sonata with Maxim Vengerov received the editor's choice of Gramophone magazine. Her recent recording of Chopin Waltzes was released recently at the newly established label "Piano at Nataf".
Hachamoff is often seen and heard on the Israeli media – the "voice of music" radio channel has recorded numerous times her live and studio concerts from the Jerusalem theatre, with orchestras, in solo recital and in chamber music. She has appeared in various television programmes including having her own programme in channel two where she talked and played.
Hachamoff dedicates much of her time to the performance of music by Israeli composers, some of which were written specifically for her. She gave the world premiere of seven piano concertos. She is the founder and music director of the successful chamber concerts series "Piano at Nataf" where she plays and hosts leading musicians.
Hachamoff is a faculty member at the piano department of the Jerusalem Academy for Music and Dance. She is married to prof. Ehud Shapiro and a mother to their 8 years old daughter.