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Amit Weiner shared music in LIS

Last week, we had the privileged to watch Israeli composer Amit Weiner who is also a well renowned concert pianist and presenter.

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Israeli-born Amit Weiner grew up as a concert pianist, and as a classical composer. Classically trained, and with a flourishing international career as a composer of concert music, music for film, trailers, TV and other media, Amit Weiner is active in a variety of musical fields - as a composer, pianist, arranger and producer.

His compositions, arrangements, and music for films and TV have been performed, recorded, and broadcasted across the United States - including New York's Carnegie Hall, and in England, Japan, Vietnam, Malaysia, Nepal, Ireland, Israel, Austria, and Hong Kong and Macau in China.

With music for two feature films, writing music for libraries in Europe and the U.S, two piano concertos, works for orchestras, and chamber and vocal ensembles, Weiner divides his career between the classical world and the popular.

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Mr. Weiner shared his knowledge and thought the students ways to hear the difference of a  major and minor key. He shared interesting facts about the Israeli music and was able to lead the audience into singing a traditional piece. It was such a delight watching him perform his original composition that he wrote for films. He then gave the audience a chance to reflect on the difference of composing a music for film and a music as a concert piece. He was so generous with his time and we appreciate this opportunity. We would like to thank the Israeli Consulate for bringing him to us.