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Sivan Magen is the award winning harpist from Israel. After winning the heart of millions across the world with his fascinating harp concerts, he is now coming to your nearby theatre. Catch him perform in your city as he takes the stage for the live demonstration of his virtuosity. Get the Sivan Magen tickets fast before they are all taken. When it comes to harp, Magen plays it with such perfection and rhetorical flow that it won't be an exaggeration to call him a harp virtuoso.
Hailing from Jerusalem, Sivan Magen is currently based in New York. He learned piano and harp at the Jerusalem Academy for Music and Dance and then moved to France and continued learning the instrument. In France, he joined the harp class of Isabelle Moretti at the Paris Conservatory. From there, he graduated with distinction and earned Premier Prix. Later, he enrolled in the Master of Music Degree at the Julliard School, where he was the student of Nancy Allen. From 1995 to 2008, he received multiple America-Israel Cultural Foundation Awards.
Magen is also the first harpist to have been awarded the 2012 Award Winner of the Borletti-Buitoni Trust. Recently, he has won the Pro Musicis International Award in NY. He has been one of the founding members of Israeli Chamber Project (ICP), since 2007. Israeli Chamber Project is a group that performs at all the major outreach venues and concert halls, both in Israel and the US. In 2011, ICP won the Culture Outstanding Ensemble Award by Israeli Ministry. He is the only Israeli who has won the prestigious International Harp Contest.
Magen has recently performed recitals at a number of venues, including Merkin Hall and Carnegie's Weill Hall in New York; Wigmore Hall in London and Musiekgebouw in Amsterdam. He has given solo performances in America, Israel and Europe and has performed with Israel Philharmonic at the world premiere of "Aviv" concerto by Haim Permont. He was a part of the opening concerts of 10th World Harp Congress, which took place in 2008 in Amsterdam and the First International Harp Festival that was arranged in Netherlands, in 2010.
As a soloist, Magen is also an avid chamber musician, who has appeared at a number of venues, including Salle Gaveau in Paris; Alice Tully Hall, Bargemusic and the Metropolitan Museum in New York. The artists with whom he has collaborated include Gary Hoffman, Nobuko Imai, Carol Wincenc, Shmuel Ashkenazi, Emmanuel Pahud, Susanna Phillips, Charles Neidich and with the members of Guarnei and Julliard Quartets. He has recorded for Avie and Azica labels, the Koch, New York's WQXR, Israeli's Radio and Television, Mezzo (French television channel) and Performance Today.
Magen has also served as a music teacher in the US, Israel, Colombia, Taiwan and Finland. He takes the master-classes at a number on institutions, including The Julliard School, The Peabody Institute, Trinity College, University of Texas, the Guildhall School of London and the Jerusalem Music Academy. He also been a juror at the International Harp Contest in Israel, the Lyon & Healy Awards, the first Netherlands International Harp Competition and the 2011 Vera Dulova International Harp Competition in Moscow.
In 2013-2014 Season, the performances lined up for Magen include concerto appearances with the Sydney Symphony, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and the Vienna Chamber Orchestra. To celebrate the release of his latest solo CD "Fanstasien", he has also been invited for a recital at Carnegie Hall in fall 2014. Sivan Magen tickets are available and can be bought to catch him performing live.