Noam Sivan (b. 1978) is a versatile musician, combining piano
performance, live improvisation, composition, and conducting.
He has appeared as pianist and composer in the United States,
Canada, England,France, Austria, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland,
Italy, and throughout his native Israel. His performing repertoire
includes concertos from Mozart - with newly composed
cadenzas - to Mr. Sivan’s own piano concerto, which he
premiered in the double role of soloist & conductor.
He also performed the Asian premiere of the Viktor Ullmann’s
Piano Concerto with the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra,
and Bach’s Goldberg Variations for a broadcast on Israeli TV.
His compositional output includes over 40 works in operatic,
symphonic, and chamber genres. These have been performed
by the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, Choreographic
Institute of the New York City Ballet, and Mannes Opera, among
others. One of the young pioneers in the revival of improvisation
in classical music today, Noam Sivan is on the faculties of the
Curtis Institute in Philadelphia and Mannes College in New York,
where he founded improvisation workshops. He holds a DMA from
the Juilliard School. Please visit www.noamsivan.com.