Daniel Askerov Live In Concert At Temple Beth Shalom

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TUESDAY, NOV. 26 AT 7PM

ABOVE VIDEO: Paganini Caprice No’ 24 played by Israeli violin sensation, Daniel Askerov.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA — Israeli violin sensation, Daniel Askerov performs in concert.

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Hailed as one a “violin virtuoso with no bounds” and a “rising star,” Askerov is sure to delight audiences with this stunning performance. Askerov comes straight from Israel to present this electric concert! (Daniel Askerov image)

This free program will feature Daniel and friends as they take you on a musical journey, performing several string quartets.

Hailed as one a “violin virtuoso with no bounds” and a “rising star,” Askerov is sure to delight audiences with this stunning performance. Askerov comes straight from Israel to present this electric concert!

“There was no doubting Daniel Askerov’s sensitivity, range of colors, beauty of tone and neat phrasing. He is one of the most promising and exciting young musicians to come out of Israel in a long time!”

For more information on this concert, please call 321-693-5030

Dmitry Daniel Askerov has established himself as one of the most exciting and promising young musicians in the world today.

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Dmitry Daniel Askerov

Russian born in 1993, Askerov arrived in Israel in 1995 to study violin at the age of six at the Beit-Shemesh Conservatory under Sofia Pikovsky.

Currently, he is studying at the Academy of Music in Tel Aviv (Buchmann-Mehta School of Music) with Lena Mazor.

Askerov has been invited to work with some of today’s leading violinists including Ida Haendel, Ivry Gitlis, Shlomo Mintz, Zachar Bron, Hagai Shaham, Ani Schnarch, Sergio Schwartz, Itzhak Rashkovsky, Rudolf Koelman, Miriam Fried, Paul Biss, and Julian Rachlin.

A laureate of the Maestro Competition, Tel Aviv (2000), and recipient of America-Israel Cultural Foundation awards, Askerov won Second Prize in the 2006 International “Remember Enescu” Violin Competition in Romania.

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Daniel was awarded a diploma at the New Names International competition, Russia in 2008.

Additionally, Askerov took First Prize at the Chamber music competition at the Buchmann- Mehta School of Music in 2011 and in 2012, he won the “Clairmont” Competition in Israel.

“There was no doubting Daniel Askerov’s sensitivity, range of colours, beauty of tone and neat phrasing. He is one of the most promising and exciting young musicians to come out of Israel in a long time!”

Askerov has traveled throughout the world performing as a soloist in the iMAYO Festival in Indiana; Johannesburg Symphony Orchestra in South Africa; Bern Academy Orchestra in Switzerland; Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra; Haifa Symphony Orchestra; Solaney Tel Aviv Orchestra; and the Rishon-Lezion Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Shlomo Mintz.

Askerov is also an accomplished chamber musician performing in New York, Toronto, and Miami, with his critically acclaimed Trio.

He has also performed solo concerts in New York, Los Angeles, Switzerland, and Austria. Askerov has appeared several times on the “Voice of Music,” a major Israel broadcast.

In addition, he is an alumnus of the prestigious Keshet Eilon Mastercourse. Askerov has performed with some the world’s greatest musicians including Shlomo Mintz, Hilel Zori, Tomer Lev and the Ysaye Quartet.

He plays on a rare early 18th century Enrico Ceruti violin, on loan to him by Yehuda Zisapel. The violin is valued at five million plus.

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ABOVE MAP: The concert is being held on Nov. 26 at the Temple Beth Shalom located at  5995 North Wickham Road in Melbourne.


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