From Beethoven to Gershwin: A Concert by Virtuosi Violinist Ilana Zaks and Cellist Eric Zaks
Jewish-American violinist Ilana Zaks has performed with numerous orchestras including the Boston Civic, Rhode Island Philharmonic, and Cape Cod Symphony. A member of the Perlman Music Program, Ilana has studied with Donald Weilerstein for the past 12 years. As an entrepreneur, Ilana’s passion resides in creating theatrical multidisciplinary collaboration, breaking the stereotypes of modern musical experiences through inclusion of contemporary works by women, popular recital works, and works she commissions. An advocate for contemporary music, Ilana won an NEC EM grant for her commissioning project of four violin and percussion duo works featuring multidisciplinary collaborations. The result of this project was her debut album and first ever visual album "The Persistence of Memory," which was released on Amazon Prime US and UK in July 2020. Since 2013, she has been a member of the Perlman Music Program in which she has been studying with legendary Itzhak Perlman. She has also participated in masterclasses with Augustin , Michael Stern, Alon Goldstein, Hagai Shaham, Kim, Benjamin Zander, Joel Krosnick, Vivian Weilerstein, Peter , Nicholas Kitchen, David Stern and Katharina Wolff.
Ilana will perform solo selections on the violin and will also be joined by her brother Eric, on the cello.
Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to experience wonderful music and support two gifted musicians.
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