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Yaron Deutsch
Guitar & E-Guitar Tutor

Deutsch, Yaron (Guitar & E-Guitar)

Born 1978 in Tel Aviv/Israel. At age eighteen he led his first group – Ofek III – a fusion trio playing his own compositions. In 1999, he enrolled and did his studies at the “Rubin Academy for Music and Dance” in Jerusalem under the instruction of guitarists Steve Paskof and Yossi Levi. In 2006 together with saxophonist Gan Lev he founded the Tel Aviv based quartet for Contemporary Music – Ensemble Nikel.
With the ensemble and as a soloist he has been frequently collaborating with both established and young composers, giving world premiere performances to pieces by Mark Barden, Franck Bedrossian, Michael Beil, Pierluigi Billone, Raphaël Cendo, Chaya Czernowin, Clemens Gadenstätter, Bernard Gander, Philippe Hurel, Marco Momi, Helmut Oehring, Stefan Prins, Alexander Schubert and Michael Wertmüller to name a few.

As a guest performer he frequently plays with Ensemble Klangforum Wien.
Occasional guest performances he had with Ensemble Ascolta (Stuttgart), Ensemble Court Circuit (Paris), Ensemble Ictus (Brussels), Ensemble Phace (Vienna), musikFabrik (Köln), The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, RAI Orchestra (Turin), Radio Symphonieorchester Wien and the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks in which he played under conductors like Peter Eötvös, Johannes Kalitzke, Zubin Mehta, Georges-Elie Octors, Emilio Pomàrico and Peter Rundel among others.

In addition he is also a member of the free improv trio – Ministry of Bad Decisions together with drummer Brian Archinal and composer-improviser, Stefan Prins.
Besides being an active musician, Deutsch is also the director of “Tzlil Meudcan” (Hebrew: “Update Tone”) – The International Summer Course & Festival for Contemporary Music in Israel. It is a structure he initiated and established for the promotion of contemporary music where composers Chaya Czernowin and Steven Takasugi are leading the composition class and musicians from various leading ensembles in Europe are coaching young performers in the practice of contemporary music performance.

Darmstadt Summer Course 2018

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