David Hadrian – conductor

Born in Tel-Aviv, Israel, twenty-seven-year-old Conductor David Hadrian began his musical studies at the age of 5 when he started to play the cello. After finishing his studies at the Thelma-Yellin-school of arts David Hadrian was accepted to the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music- University of Tel-Aviv, where he studied conducting with Maestro-Vag Papain and cello with Professor Hillel Zori.

After finishing his studies at the Tel-Aviv-university in 2012 David Hadrian studied conducting with Maestro Lior Shambadal (General Music Director of the Berliner-Symphoniker) and with Maestro Dan Ettinger in Germany and in Israel while playing cello in the Ashdod Symphony Orchestra and several other orchestras.

David Hadrian now regularly conducts the Ashdod Symphony Orchestra as their guest conductor.

In 2013 David was Assistant Conductor at the 200 years Richard Wagner Festival in Augsburg-Bavaria. He was also Assistant Conductor to Maestro Francesco Ciluffo for – Madame Butterfly at the Israeli opera house in 2016. David is engaged at the Israeli Opera House as Assistant Conductor.

In 2017 he was Assistant conductor to Maestro Ishai Shteckler for Madama Butterfly at the Israeli opera house and in 2018 he was Assistant conductor to Maestro Nikolas Nägele at the Tenerife opera house in a production of  L’Italiana in Algeri.

Upcoming engagements:

June 2019-Nabucco  Israeli Opera house-assistant conductor.

April 2020-La Traviata  Israeli Opera house-assistant conductor.

Worldwide representation.

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