Programmes for Outstanding Young Musicians

The JMC is the only organization in Israel operating on a national basis for the purpose of supporting and developing the country’s most talented young classical musicians.
Musicians who play at the very highest level, are able to do so as a result of the combination of innate talent, high-quality instruction, and hard work. This integrative process takes place on a daily basis, through hours of individual practice, studying and internalizing the language of music in all of its depth and variety, in the context of positive interaction and cooperation with teachers, mentors and fellow students. Read more

The David Goldman Programme

The David Goldman Programme creates, supports and coaches chamber ensembles, meeting weekly throughout the year, and for courses during school holidays.

The Piano Programme

Under the guidance of Murray Perahia, the programme provides select young pianists with weekly instruction music theory, alongside masterclasses and residential courses.

The Young Israel Philharmonic

The YIPO provides summer and winter programmes for around 100 of Israel’s top young players of orchestral instruments, with a focus on challenging symphonic repertoire.

The Wind and Brass Programme

The programme brings acclaimed players and conductors to locations throughout Israel to offer workshops for outstanding wind and brass players and teachers.

The Huberman Project

The Huberman Project is a residential course that brings young players from Israel and abroad to work on solo, chamber and orchestral playing with an international faculty.

Outstanding Musicians in the IDF

The JMC supports Outstanding Musicians in the IDF by creating chamber ensembles, concerts, recording opportunities and masterclasses specially tailored to their needs.

Programme for Outstanding Singers

The JMC’s programme for outstanding young singers combines masterclasses and courses for a group of over 20 young singers from throughout the country up to the age of 20, directed by Zvi Semel.

The Young Strings Programme

The JMC’s Young Strings Programme works with a young group of approximately 50 string players, between the ages of 11 and 14, in preparation for future studies at a more advanced level at the JMC.