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Shoshana Rudiakov was a Latvian pianist (died 21 November 2012). She completed her studies at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory studying with professors Yakov Flier and Bella Davidovich. Upon her arrival in Israel she was immediately recognized as an outstanding talent and engaged as soloist with major orchestras.
She was hailed as a great discovery in Germany, where she engaged in a heavy schedule of performances as soloist with the Berliner Philharmoniker, Württemberg Chamber Orchestra, and Nürnberg Philharmoniker.
In addition to her regular duties as professor of piano and vice-rector at the State University of Music and Performing Arts Stuttgart, she was also a member of the faculty at the Manchester Music Festival in Vermont, USA. Moreover she had collaborated with master classes in Magister Musicae project.
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