Arie Shapira

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Arie Shapira (Hebrew: אריה שפירא; Afikim November 29, 1943 - September 3, 2015[citation needed]) was a noted Israeli composer and music researcher.

Scholarships, Awards, Grants[edit]

  • Israel Prize for composition (1994)[1]
  • Council for Art and Culture - Commission for writing a piano concerto (2000)
  • Donaueschingen Festival - Commission for writing a string-quartet (Arditty-Quartet) (1997)
  • Tel Aviv Fund for Arts - A Commission for writing a chamber composition (Miscellaneous) (1996)
  • Akademie der Kunst, Berlin - A Commission for writing a piece (Letzte Briefe aus Stalingrad) (1995)
  • Prime-Minister Grant for Composition (1986)

Music for the Theatre and Cinema[edit]


  1. ^ "Israel Prize Official Site - Recipients in 1994 (in Hebrew)".

See also[edit]