Announcing the Winners!
Siday Fellowship for Musical Creativity, 2019-2020
We are happy to announce that the following musicians have been awarded Fellowships for 2019–2020:
Ilan Barkani- In recognition of his conceptual originality, expressive style and musical explorations; For continued studies at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance
Yonatan Ron-For his originality and fresh compositional style; For continued studies at the Hague, Holland.
Noam Lior-For his unusual exploratory style of composition; For continued studies at the Jerusalem Academy of Music
Yoav Chorev –For his imaginative boundary-breaking modes of composition; Advanced studies, University of Music and the Performing Arts, Gratz, Austria
Sarit Shley Zondiner- For her excellence in orchestral writing exploring and fusing the worlds of melodic and textural transformations; Advanced studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Tom Karni –In recognition of Tom’s contributions to contemporary music through his conducting; continued studies at the Jerusalem Academy of Music, M.Mus, contemporary music performance/conducting, Tedarim Program.
Uri Agnon- In recognition of his unusual combining of social message and contemporary moment music; for advanced studies at University of Southampton, United Kingdom.
Bar Altaras (Special Award)- For her explorations in combining creative movement with electronic and acoustic sounds, continuing studies at Musrara School of Art and Society
Chanan Ben Simon (2nd year fellowship)- For continued studies at the Brooklyn College, USA
Yifeat Ziv (2nd year fellowship)- For continued studies at the London School of Communications
Bnaya Halperin-Kaduri (2nd year fellowship)-For continued studies at Goldsmith’s, University of London
Siday Fellowship for Musical Creativity, 2018-2019
The following musicians have been awarded Fellowships for 2018-2019:
Tom Klein, for his pioneering spirit in bridging the worlds of new music composition and real time instrumental exploration. For studies at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance
Shaul Kohan, for his inquisitive spirit, both as a creative player and composer. For studies and the University of the Arts, Hague, Holland.
Bnaya Halperin-Kaddari , for his visionary compositions for chamber instruments, exploring new imaginative instrumental techniques and a search for seemingly endless streams of new sounds. For his personal approach to miniaturisation. For Advanced studies at Goldsmiths, Great Britain.
Chanan Ben Simone, for pushing the envelope in the world of new vocal music, lyrics and orchestration, creating a personal expressive style. For Advanced studies at Brooklyn College, SUNY, USA.
Yifeat Ziv, for her personal approach to combining new vocal techniques and electroacoustic sound environments. For Advanced studies in Sound Arts at UAL (University of the Arts, London).
Eyal Netzer, for continued explorations as a player-composer in the Afro-American expressive tradition, translated into new and unusual performance venues and audience interaction. For Advanced studies at the University of Pretoria, South Africa.
Laila Betterman, for continued exploration into combining vocal and electroacoustic music with mixed media installations and concepts. For Advanced studies, London College of Communication / Musrara School of the Arts.
Returning grants (2nd year)
Shiri Riseman, for continued work in the lyrical vocal compositional field. Undergraduate studies at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance.
Oded Geizhals, for his contributions as a performer to the music of our time, including the development and exploration of new percussion techniques.
For advanced studies at the Musik Academy, Basel, Switzerland.
Goni Peles, for continued work and research of theoretical musical concepts. For Advanced studies at Bath Spa University, Great Britain.