Schubert / Liszt— Zwei Lieder
Rachmaninoff — Variations on a theme by Correlli
Bach / Busoni — Chaconne
Bach / Busoni — Chorale Ich rufe zu Dir, Herr
Yesaye — Sonate No.3 Ballade
Bach — Sonata No.1 in g-moll for solo violin, BWV 3001
Fauré — Après un rêve
A student at the "Ecole Normale de Musique" in Paris, class of Marian Ribicky. Adi Neuhaus is a laureate of several competitions. He is a Second Prize winner (as well as an audience favorite) at the Viseu Piano conpetition in Portugal(2017) third prize winner of "Imola Piano Competition" in Italy (2016), finalist at the International Vendome Prize, Verbier (2014), and a first prize winner at the “Piano Forever” competition, Ashdod (2013), the Voice of Music “Young Artists Competition,” Jerusalem (2012), and the International Scriabin Competition, Moscow (2010). Adi is also a recipient of America-Israel Cultural Foundation Scholarships, as well as a “Tzfunot Tarbut” grant (2013), and a Mushkin Prize (2010). Adi’s education at the JAMD is fully sponsored by Mrs. and Mr. Sagy.
Adi Neuhaus performs extensively in major venues in Israel and abroad, as soloist and in chamber music. He recently made his European debut at the Louvre Auditorium in Paris. His Asian debut was at the concert hall of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. In addition, Adi performed recitals at the Tbilisi State Conservatory, and appeared as soloist with the “Cantus Firmus” Orchestra, Moscow, the Tbilisi Symphony Orchestra, the Georgian National Philharmonic Orchestra, the Ashdod Symphony Orchestra, the Israeli Chamber Orchestra, the Alicante Symphony Orchestra, and several times with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, including a performance with maestro Frederic Chaslin. Abroad, Adi Neuhaus appeared in the US in Providence, Houston, Miami, and Chicago. He participated in “Les Sommets du Classique” festival in Crans-Montana, Switzerland, the Telavi International Music Festival (Georgia), the Vladimir Nielson Piano Festival (USA), in the Academy of the Verbier Festival, Switzerland, and in the International Music Festival in Perugia, Italy. Adi also performs extensively in major Israeli venues. These include live IBA broadcasts from the Eden-Tamir Music Center in Ein-Karem, concerts under the auspices of the Israel Festival, Brigham-Young University’s Sunday evening concerts series, the Springer Auditorium at the Jerusalem Museum, the auditorium of the Tel Aviv Museum, the Haifa auditorium, and the Henry Crown Symphony Hall in Jerusalem.
Adi’s near future engagements include an all-Israeli tour with the combined Ashdod and Israeli Chamber Orchestras, and recitals in Israel, Ukraine, Georgia,Switzerland and the US, among many others.
As a participant of the prestigious Young Piano Masters Project of the Edward Aldwell Center in Jerusalem, Adi is a frequent participant in master classes with world-acclaimed artists such as Murray Perahia, Richard Goode, Yefim Bronfman, Maria Jao Pires, Alexander Tamir, Andras Schiff, Ilana Vered, Jerome Lowenthal, Emmanuel Ax, Joseph Kalichstein, and more.
Despite Adi’s rich family musical heritage, his parents did everything possible not to have an influence on him, in order to let him grow as an individual artistic personality. For this reason he was sent to study in Jerusalem from a very young age. Pianist Murray Perahia, for whom Adi was very fortunate to play several times, had a profound impact in forming his musical personality.
Born in 1996 in Tel-Aviv, Israel, Adi Neuhaus is a former student at the Conservatory of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, piano class of Mrs. Lea Agmon. Descendent of the legendary pianists and teachers Heinrich and Stanislav Neuhaus, Adi began his early musical education at age 5 with his mother Irina and his father Heinrich.
A student at the Hindemith School Berlin (pre-study courses), class of Tomasz Tomaszewski and Piotr Prysiaznik, participant and solist of Vivaldi Jung Philharmonics. Daniel began taking violin lessons in 2004 at the age of five at the Schola Canthorum St. Petersburg with Julia Lurie. In September 2006, he was admitted to the class of Helena Zajtzeva at the St. Petersburg State Conservatory. Daniel has played solo and in ensembles (at the State Chapel in St. Petersburg, the Small Hall of St. Petersburg Philharmonic, the Yusupov Palace and the Great Palace in Peterhof, at the Jerusalem Museum, etc.). He received violin lessons from Anatoly Schwarzburg, Miroslav Rusin, Larissa Baranova, Anastassia Milka, Tatiana Liberova and Chingiz Osmanov. He took ensemble lessons from Irina Rumina and Evgeni Sinaiski. In 2014 he moved to Israel and began to study in the class of Tali Kravitz at the Conservatory of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. In that year, he played several solo concerts at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem and the Conservatory and many concerts. Daniel participates in the Jerusalem Music Center chamber music and orchestral programs. He made a live performance on Israeli radio at the Eden-Tamir Music Center (Ein Karem).