Shoshana Rudiakov

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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.[1] Upon her arrival in Israel she was immediately recognized as an outstanding talent and engaged as soloist with major orchestras.[1]

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.[1][2]

In addition to her regular duties as professor of piano and vice-rector at the State University of Music and Performing Arts Stuttgart,[2] 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.[1]

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