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Since 2005

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Music & Family

Since 2005

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Anna Says

“For me, this project is a message from my grandfather, a klezmer from the Ukraine my father, a great violinist from St. Petersburg and my beloved Professor Yankilewitz from Moscow. “Musicians of Tomorrow” is an opportunity for me to give back to this country with love…….. for music, for children and for the future.”

 

SUPPORT  TALENTED  YOUNG MUSICIANS
REACH  THEIR  FULL  POTENTIAL 

 

Our Team

Founder

Maxim Vengerov

Founder
Director

Dr. Anna Rosnovsky

Director
Cello Professor

Leat Sabbah

Cello Professor
Composer and Voice Teacher

Hadas Carmi

Composer and Voice Teacher
Administrator

Dr. Yehoshafat Pop

Administrator
Guitar Professor

Oded Shoub

Guitar Professor
Clarinet Professor

Zvi Gluzman

Clarinet Professor

Testimonials

  • “Anna was thrilled that we would do this together, she was a wonderful teacher and musician, and created a lovely and nurturing environment to teach the children. I became the co-founder and patron, and as it was close to my house, it was possible to get involved, check in, play for the kids, and give some masterclasses and conduct their orchestral performances. It was a great incentive for me to bring more culture and education to the kids here, and I very proudly watched it grow into an award-winning expanding project: a real center for music. Some of the kids that started at kindergarten age are very gifted, are partaking in international competitions and are now commencing careers in music.”

    Maxim Vengerov
    Violinist and Project Founder
  • During the 9th century BCE, when King Jehoshaphat of Judah was threatened by the armies of the Moabites, Ammonites, and Edomites, he positioned his musicians—men singing and praising god—in front of his soldiers, who miraculously defeated the overpowering number of troops. The message that the power of music wins battles is the thread that runs through Anna Rosnovsky’s life and her mission to bring musical excellence and the joy of music to the children of Israel. “Israel should not be only known for its wars, but for the beauty it signifies, its freedom, and great musical tradition,” says Anna, who became a spirited fighter for these values. Thanks to her great perseverance, she was able to win strong allies for her causes, among them musicians like Zubin Mehta and Maxim Vengerov.

    Ilona Otulsky
    Music Journalist

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Musicians of Tomorrow welcomes any questions or comments you might have

Yehoshafat Pop – Administration

Cell (Israel) – +972 533 306422

E-mail – mot9876@gmail.com