Flutist: Ronit Berman
Ronit Berman, a talented flautist, is the artistic director of the Hassadna Conservatory in Jerusalem.
At the age of 14, she was selected to study in Paris at the Conservatoire National Supérieur with Professor Marion. After graduating, she completed her studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and received her artistic diploma with honours.
In 2000, she was appointed flutist soloist in the Camerata Orchestra of Israel. She gives countless concerts and recitals and participates in international festivals as a soloist. She has received several awards and nominations at international competitions.
From 2000 to 2003, she taught flute and directed the Israeli Contemporary Music Festival. This Festival is considered as the first contemporary music festival in Israel.
She is also the initiator of the “From at Risk to Opportunity Music” program, which offers a unique music education program in Israel for underprivileged children from the Ethiopian and Arab communities in the Jerusalem area.
Equality and integration are the fundamental values of this Conservatory, which teaches high quality arts, inviting peers to participate in each of these actions, which perfectly depict Israel’s diverse population.
The Conservatory’s mission is to offer each student personal development in the field of art and to take full advantage of the education provided to them. Among other things, there is a program called Excellence in String Instrument Teaching, which is delivered by internationally renowned violinists.
“Children and education are the future of our world”