Natasha (Jitomirskaia) Hirschhorn first became interested in Jewish
music during her studies at the Gnesin Music College in Moscow.
After graduating from college with Honors Diploma in musicology,
piano and composition, she continued her education at the Kiev State
Conservatory. Deepening her involvement in Judaism, Natasha also
collaborated with the Kiev Jewish Youth Musical Theater as pianist,
singer, and, later, its music director...
|Debut solo CD
|They call me
...The women in my family
never finished their songs, but they called me, and I heard
their voices. May they always sing through me and with me.
for voice (medium or high) and piano (full score) or arr. for
SATB choir a capella;
for duet (SA), violin, piano...
|Concerts & Workshops
|"Finding the Voice of One's Own"
From the 1920s "Vitebsk Renaissance" of Marc Chagall and his fellow-artists to the repressions of the 1930s, from accusations in "dangerous formalism" against Schostakovich and his contemporaries to blossoming of Jewish cultural and Academic institutions in Russia and Ukraine today...
|"That night I felt a part of my People. And for that I am grateful to the alumni of Gnessin Music College, composer, pianist and cantor Natasha Jitomirskaia"