Adi Haroni – Violinist, Performer and Teacher
Adi Haroni studied violin at the Buchman-Mehta School of Music, Tel-
Aviv, and at The Hochschule für Musik und Teater Rostock, Germany.
She has been playing in different Orchestras under conductors such as Zubin Mehta, Christoph Von Dohnanyi and Pierre Boulez. Between the years 2003 and 2010 Haroni had been touring all over Europe, the U.S and South America, with the West Eastern Divan Orchestra under the Baton of Daniel Barenboim.
During her years living in Berlin she studied theater, stage and camera acting at the Actors Space, International Theater Summer School, and Die Tankstelle. Since 2010 Haroni has been performing as a soloist in multiple music-theater productions in Germany at the Schaubühne Berlin and Vorpommern Theater, which she has been touring with around Germany.
Together with her husband, the pianist Bishara Haroni, she has been giving recitals in Germany England and Spain. One of their concerts on spring 2013 was recorded by the radio BBC Stoke. The same year they founded the taqasim festival for classical and oriental music in Berlin sported and recorded by the deutschlandtadiokultur
In years 2014-2016 she lived in Barcelona collaborated with the Orquesrta del Gran Teatre del Liceu, la Orquestra Simfòmica de Barcelona, along with her own projects of chamber music as 'Free Field Quartet' and recitals with the pianist Jordi romero.
Adi Haroni has been teaching violín and coaching performance workshops in berlin, Barcelona and center of Israel in different languages; English, German, Hebrew and Spanish and Arabic. She speaks as well Hungarian.
In Barcelona She created a project of silent films with live music, which she products and performs with Bishara Haroni. Their Last performances in Israel: 'Pianos festival’ Jerusalem Centre for the Performing Arts, Cesarea Culture Center, Elma Culture Center, Zichron Yaakov
Since 2017 she has been living and working in Nazareth. with Bishara Haroni and the 'The New Life Community' she founded the project ‘Made in NZRT’, a yearly cultural season in Nazareth of all performing arts; music,dance, theater and circus.
Silent Film & Live Music
The idea of the project was conceived with the enthusiasm of offering another dimension to the familiar experience of a classical concert. Adding the visual aspect and the theatrical narrative, the classical repertoire is given a new meaning and fills up the Black and white movie with a great variety of musical colors and emotions.
The compiling of the musical repertoire and its adaptation to the movie, as well as the tailoring of complete scenes over some of the greatest classical music master pieces of all times, is a fascinating process in which we perform, interpret, revive and give a personal emotional angle to the scenes and to the most familiar musical pieces as well.
During this working process we felt the need to expand the musical spectrum and to create a collage of genres including: Jazz, Pop songs, Folk music, Oriental, Free improvisation and also some classical repertoire we arranged for Violin and Piano.
Charlie Caplin 1931
American silent romantic comedy (87 min)
Charlie Chaplin 1921
American silent comedy - drama (50 min)
F. W. Murnau 1927
American silent romantic drama (95 min)
Charlie Chaplin 1928
American silent romantic comedy (72 min)
Carl Theodor Dreyer 1928
Silent French film, based on the actual record of the trial of Joan of Arc (82 min)
Graham Cutts, Alfred Hitchcock 1923
British drama film
Adi - Poems , Bash - Piano