2015: First 3 Week Session
Faculty, Royal College of Music
Romanian- Israeli- British violinist Ani Schnarch is the winner of the Francois Shapira and Mozart Memorial Prizes. She studied with Felix Andrievsky at the Samuel Rubin Music Academy, Tel Aviv University, and at the Royal College of Music. Her recitals include Bartok and Ysaye at the Purcell Room and Wigmore Hall, and broadcasts for radio, television and on the web in Austria, France, Germany, Israel, Norway, Romania, USA and the U.K.
She has made concerto appearances with the Israeli Philharmonic, Jerusalem Symphony, Jerusalem Chamber, Haifa Symphony, Israel Simfonietta, Oslo Philharmonic, London Mozart Players, Malaga Symphony, Seville Symphony, Cameratta Strumentale di Milan, London Bach, Covent Garden Chamber and Moscovia Chamber. She has played at the Bath, Bergen, Bowdoin, Lake District, Moscow and Windsor Festivals, to mention a few. She has given masterclasses in Europe, USA, Canada and Israel, and has been juror of numerous International Violin Competitions. She is also a founder of the Keshet Eilon Violin Mastercourse, Israel.
Ms. Schnarch plays a violin by JB Guadagnini c.1745, on generous loan from the Royal College of Music Instrument Collection.