Classical Music Composer

Uri Netanel is a composer and a 'cellist and is active as a musician in Israel and abroad. Won a golden medal at the 5th World Art Games Festival in Belgrade for his musical activity.

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Uri Netanel was born in Jerusalem and lives near Tel Aviv, Israel. Uri studied music at the Rubin Academy of Music and Dance in Jerusalem and at the Tel Aviv Academy of Music, graduating with a Master’s degree. Among his teachers were prof. Zvi Avni, prof. Yitzhak Sadai, prof. Leon Schidlowsky (composition) and prof. Shmuel Magen (‘cello). In his catalog of works are songs, chamber music, orchestral and choral music.
Won a golden medal at the 5th World Art Games Festival in Belgrade for his musical activity.

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Upcoming Concerts

On Friday the 18th of January at 21:00 GMT+3 ‎‪”Kan Kol Hamusica” will broadcast two works composed for the Modalius موداليوس מודאליוס group and part of their disk entitled “Liberty-Otherness-Responsibility”: The first will be “Baucis”by Shiri Risemann and after a number of other songs by other composers Uri Netanel’s “An African Story”.
You are invited to listen! Kan Kol Hamusica online:
Https://www.kan.org.il/live/radio.aspx?stationid=7
On Saturday the 19th of January at 20:00 a Piano Recital with Edo Shirom and Friends, hosted by Efrat Gerlich, will include Uri Netanel’s Theme and Variations for ‘Cello and Darbukka.
The concert will take place at the St. Andrew’s Scottish Church, 1 David Remez street, Jerusalem. There is no entry fee, contributions for the musicians will be gathered during the concert.

Awards

  • 2019 A golden medal at the 5th World Art Games Festival in Belgrade for his musical activity.

Past Events

  • 2019 June 26 and 29 Šibenik, Croatia – Two concerts with Orly Netanel, Guitar and Uri Netanel – ‘cello, for children in the 58th International Children Festival (MDF)
  • 2018 February 22nd Gonenim Music Center, Jerusalem – Uri Netanel’s work “Improvisations after Alex Wasserman”
  • 2017 December 14th Sde Boker – The Premiers Concert at the 20th “Sounds in the Desert” Festival
  • 2017 November 18th The Scottish Church, Jerusalem – A special memorial concert for Henri Weinblatt
  • 2017 August 3rd Gonenim Music Center, Jerusalem – The 1st movement of Uri Netanel’s Suite for Flute and ‘Cello named “Palm Trees in the Storm” after Sami Michael’s novel

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