Moshe Zorman

Moshe Zorman Born in 1952. Studied composition with Prof. L.Shidlovsky and Prof. Tzvi Avni. After graduating from the Tel-Aviv Music Academy he studied at New-York University with George Pearl and participated in composers’ seminars in Vermont (with Mario Davidovsky) and in Canada (with John Cage). His works and arrangements have been performed by the Israel Philharmonic, Jerusalem Symphony, Israel Sinfoneitta Beer-Sheva and the Baltimore Symphony. He has written music for theatre productions, ‘The Inbal’ and Bat-Sheva dance companies. From 1990-1996 he was the head of Levinsky Teachers’ College Music Department.


A Grizzly's Dream, for Bassoon & Piano Chamber Music / Ensemble423 Details
Canzona 84, for piano Solo418 Details
Contradictions, five pieces for piano Solo417 Details
On Three Things, for violin, cello & piano Chamber Music / Ensemble431 Details
Small Talk, for 2 players Chamber Music / Ensemble424 Details
Striolat, for violin, clarinet & cello Chamber Music / Ensemble432 Details
Three miniatures, for guitar, violin, viola, cello & piano Chamber Music / Ensemble421 Details
Trio for Violin, Cello & Piano Chamber Music / Ensemble420 Details
Wandering..., for flute & piano Chamber Music / Ensemble422 Details