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Manya Suissa (piano), 13, was selected by the prestigious Mishkenot Sha’ananim to be one of an elite group of young Israeli pianists who receive personal attention from Israel’s leading piano professionals. 


Ronnie Arbitman (violin), 11, is one of the most musically talented students in the history of “Musicians of Tomorrow”. His grandfather is a renowned violinist in Moscow. 


Lavi Zarfati (clarinet), 14, already performs in Klezmer festivals. When first encountering Lavi, Professor Ilan Schul, president of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, remarked “The sky’s the limit as far as Lavi is concerned!”

Dr. Anna Rosnovsky, former concertmaster of the Israel Philharmonic, founded Musicians of Tomorrow in 2006 with world renowned violinist Maxim Vengerov.  Today, Dr. Rosnovsky volunteers all her time, energy and expertise in leading the MoT program, which includes 18 students, aged 8-21. Lessons are offered in violin, cello, double-bass, piano, clarinet, flute and guitar. The program is not supported by any governmental funding and depends entirely on philanthropic donations by individuals and foundations.


Musicians of Tomorrow

Musicians of Tomorrow is a unique musical project which nurtures talented children from the northern periphery of Israel. This exquisite concert features a trio of these gifted young musicians expertly performing a wide-ranging repertoire – including works by Mendelssohn, Wienawski, Ladino folk songs and Klezmer music. You will be enchanted as these children, all between the ages of 11 – 14, reveal themselves as virtuosi, the serious Musicians of Tomorrow!





May 30


7:30 PM


General admission $36

Students (18 and under) $18

416-789-3291, ext. 224


Holy Blossom Temple

1950 Bathurst Street

Presented by Holy Blossom Temple as part of Jewish Music Week in Toronto




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