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Ullanta Music Works 2-CD and 2-DVD Sets UMW03-RI1 and RI1D:
Limor Toren Conducts
2-CD Set: $22.95

2-DVD Set: $29.95


ULLANTA DVD and CD UMW03-RI1(D): Limor Toren Conducts

This live recording features Limor Toren conducting (and performing violin solos for) Vivaldi's The Four Seasons, Grieg's Holmberg Suite, and Haydn's Farewell Symphony with the Southern California Chamber Ensemble. The multi-camera video on the DVD set shows how the Farewell Symphony is performed in beatiful candlelight that diminishes as the musicians leave the stage one by one...)

About Limor Toren

Ms. Toren has won numerous regional and national competitions and has appeared as soloist with orchestras throughout Russia, Israel, and the United States. Her concert career has additionally taken her through France, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Spain, Egypt, the Canary Islands, Japan, and Canada. She has recently performed the concerti of Tchaikovsky, Vivaldi, and Bach as well as major chamber music recitals in collaboration with Bernadene Blaha, Kevin Fitz-Gerald, Patrick Gallois, and many others. She has held principal positions in the U.S.C. Thornton Symphony and Chamber Orchestras, the Y.M.F. Debut Orchestra, and the American Youth Symphony. She currently sits Assistant Principal for the New West Symphony Orchestra, in Southern California. She has performed under the batons of Zubin Mehta, Kurt Mazur, Michael Tilson-Thomas, and Charles Dutoit; and, in support of Mstislav Rostropovich, Isaac Stern, Emanuel Ax, and Evgeny Kissin.

Ms. Toren began her formal musical education in Russia, at the Moscow Gnessins College of Music. In Israel, she completed her Bachelors of Music degree and Artist Diploma at the Jerusalem Rubin Academy of Music and Dance. In 1997, Ms. Toren, with full scholarship to the U.S.C. Thornton School of Music, came to pursue graduate-level studies with the distinguished Professor Alice Schoenfeld. She completed her Masters of Music degree in 1999 and her Doctor of Musical Arts degree in May 2004.

Throughout her career, Ms. Toren has been distinguished and honored: the U.S.C. Associates Musical Scholars Award, the U.S.C. Chamber Orchestra Ensemble Award, the Baroness Leni Fe Bland Award, and the H.I.A.S. Award. She was also the recipient of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation Scholarship and Jascha Heifetz Endowed Violin Scholarship.