Dr.Earle De Fonseka, Chamber Music Concert with Hadar Rimon and Natasha Tadson

The most recent episode of the Dr. Earle de Fonseka Chamber Music Concert organized by the Symphony Orchestra of Sri Lanka on behalf of the Dr. Earle de Fonseka Trust was held on the 3rd of April at the Lionel Wendt, and included a chamber music recital performed by virtuosic Israeli violinist Hadar Rimon and pianist Natasha Tadson. Hadar Rimon is an internationally acclaimed violinist who is known for her captivating performances, and at the concert she performed with her mother Natasha Tadson who is a pianist of immense reputation.

The duo are known for their performances at chamber music concerts and recitals in Israel and in various countries in Europe. Hadar Rimon is educationally qualified in the arts from the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music in Tel-Aviv University, as well as the Zurich University of the Arts in Switzerland. Natasha Tadson is a graduate of the Gnessin School of Music in Moscow, and has gained various pianistic achievements over the years. She has performed at several renowned music halls including the Carnegie Hall in New York City, and has done recitals alongside well-known orchestras including Santa-Cecilia Orchestra in Rome, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Berlin Radio Orchestra and the Munich Radio Orchestra.

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3rd May, 2018 Performance Art