VIRTUAL: LSO Virtual Event with Daniel Meyer & Max Rabinovitsj- 2nd Session

 Thursday, September 10, 2020 
12:00pm-1:00pm

As a follow up to their very popular virtual program on August 12th, a second conversation with Daniel Meyer and Max Rabinovitsj has been recorded for the Lakeside audience. This segment discusses classical music and conducting.

Daniel Meyer, Artistic Director and Conductor of the Lakeside Symphony Orchestra (LSO), and Max Rabinovitsj share insights on the LSO and music from Rabinovitsj’s long-standing career as both a violinist and conductor. To view the virtual talk, visit lakesideohio.com/calendar and click on the event or watch from facebook.com/lakesideohio.

Rabinovitsj attended the Royal Brussels Conservatory of Music in Belgium and is a graduate of The Curtis Institute of Music. He has been the concertmaster of the Ottawa Philharmonic in Ontario, Cincinnati Symphony, Saint Louis Symphony, Nice Orchestra in France and the Gulbenkian Orchestra in Portugal. He was also the Associate Conductor of the Nice and Gulbenkian Orchestras.

He has been a professor at Washington University, the University of Texas and the University of Evora in Portugal. Rabinovitsj has also taught at the Nice Conservatory in France. He recently formed Trio Da Vinci with Dror Biran, pianist, and Paul York, cellist. The trio was scheduled to play in Hoover on June 23, 2020, but that concert has been postponed until 2021.

Rabinovitsj currently resides in Naples, Fla. where he is the Artistic Director of the Naples Orchestra and Chorus and participates in many chamber music concerts.

Access to Virtual Show

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