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Mor Levin, clarinet | Zefunot Culture

Mor received a scholarship from Zefunot Culture in 2010.

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Mor has Recently finished her Master studies in Clarinet at the Conservatory of Amsterdam, where she has been studying with Harmen de Boer, and studying the E-flat clarinet with Arno Piters. She is currently doing an extra year of Master at the

Conservatory of Amsterdam, speciallizing in Bass Clarinet with Erik van Deuren.

She previously completed a bachelor of music degree at the Buchmann-Mehta school of music (Tel-Aviv University), where she studied with Yevgeny Yehudin and Richard Lesser (Israel Philharmonic orchestra).

Mor has been selected as a member of the “Baltic Youth Philharmonic” for 2012-14. She has been the principal clarinet player of “The World Orchestra" of Juenesses Musicales between 2008-10. She has been invited to substitute in all of the orchestras and ensembles in Israel including the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, the Israel Symphony Orchestra and the Israel Camerata. She has played under the baton of conductors such as Zubin Mehta, Kristjan Järvi, Kurt Masur, David Robertson and Maxim Vengerov.

Mor has performed as a soloist with the Israel Chamber orchestra and with the “Thelma Yellin” orchestra. In 2010-11 She was selected as a member of the “Gyorgy Ligeti Academy” of the ASKO Schönberg ensemble (The Netherlands).

Mor has won several competitions in Israel including the Buchmann-Mehta school of music competition and “Turgeman” competition. She has won consecutive excellence scholarships from the America-Israel cultural foundation between 2001-2011, as well as excellence stipends from the “Lions” organization, Sweelinck fonds and more.

Mor has participated in numerous master-classes and festivals across Europe, USA, Canada and Israel, where she has worked with musicians such as Sabine Meyer, Yehuda Gilad, Charles Neidich, Andreas Sunden, Olli Leppaniemi and Philippe Cuper.

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