Inbal Segev

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Inbal Segev (Hebrew: ענבל שגב‎‎) is a cellist who grew up in Israel. Segev began her studies in Israel at the age of 5. With the recommendation of Isaac Stern, she came to the United States to continue her studies at the age of 16. She debuted with the Israel Philharmonic and the Berlin Philharmonic under the direction of Zubin Mehta. Her Carnegie Hall debut was held on December 7, 1997, where she performed the Carnegie Hall premiere of Trois strophes sur le nom de Sacher for solo cello by Henri Dutilleux.[1]

Segev won prizes at the International Pablo Casals Cello Competition in Kronberg (2000),[2] The Juilliard Concerto competition (1998), the International Paulo Cello Competition in Helsinki (1996),[3] and the Washington International Competition (1995).

Segev has released a number of recordings, including Nigun on Vox Records.[4]

Segev holds a bachelor's degree from the Juilliard School and a master's degree from Yale School of Music,[5] where her teachers included Joel Krosnick, Harvey Shapiro and Aldo Parisot. She also studied with Bernard Greenhouse,[6] who was a student of Pablo Casals.[7] Segev's cello was made by Francesco Rugeri in 1673.

Segev resides in New York with her husband and 3 children.

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  1. ^ "Carnegie Hall Presents Daniel Röhn, Daniel Blendulf". 2006. Retrieved 2007-09-21. 
  2. ^ "International Pablo Casals Cello Competition Retrospective". 2002. Retrieved 2007-09-21. 
  3. ^ "Previous winners International Paulo Cello Competition". 2004. Retrieved 2007-09-21. 
  4. ^ voxcd.com/VOX/VXP7910.htm
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  6. ^ "UNCG School of Music presents The Greenhouse Celebration". 2005. Retrieved 2007-09-21. 
  7. ^ Janof, Tim (1998-11-28). "Conversation with Bernard Greenhouse". Internet Cello Society. Retrieved 2007-05-21. 

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