Netta Aloni

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Netta Aloni, 2012

Netta Aloni (Hebrew: נטע אלוני; born 1945) is a contemporary Israeli composer who composes for vocal and instrumental ensembles. He has written chamber, choral and instrumental works for both solo and group performers.

Formal education[edit]

Aloni studied musical composition with the Israeli composer Andre Hajdu, and continued his studies with Reuven Sarrousy, Betty Oliviero and Gideon Levinson, also Israeli composers. He took supplementary courses in composition during 2005-2007 at the Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

Performances and awards[edit]

Aloni's work is performed in Israel and abroad. His compositions were recorded by the Israeli Broadcasting Authority and were broadcast over the radio, on the Voice of Music station in Israel, which is devoted to broadcasting both classic and contemporary classical music by foreign and Israeli composers. His work I Have Told Myself Completely was chosen to represent the Israel Broadcasting Authority in the International Rostrum of Composers.[1] He is one of six recipients of the 2013 Composition by Classical Composers Award sponsored by the Ministry of Culture and Sport and given by the Israeli Prime Minister.[2]

Published work[edit]

Four full-length CDs of Netta Aloni compositions have been published:

The works were recorded at the Jerusalem Music Center in Mishkenot Sha'ananim during the year 2012.

The works were recorded at the Tel-Aviv conservatory during the year 2017.

Personal[edit]

Aloni lives with his family in Jerusalem, and he is also a practicing psychoanalyst.

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