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Arie Shapira (Hebrew: אריה שפירא; born in Afikim November 29, 1943) is a noted Israeli composer and music researcher.


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Scholarships, Awards, Grants

  • Israel Prize for composition (1994)
  • Council for Art and Culture - Commission for writing a piano concerto (2000)
  • Donaueschingen Festival - Commission for writing a string-quartet (Arditty-Quartet) (1997)
  • Tel Aviv Fund for Arts - A Commission for writing a chamber composition (Miscellaneous) (1996)
  • Akademie der Kunst, Berlin - A Commission for writing a piece (Letzte Briefe aus Stalingrad) (1995)
  • Prime-Minister Grant for Composition (1986)
  • Music for the Theatre and Cinema

  • Anton Chekhov, The Clerk's Death. Beer Sheva Theatre (1985)
  • Hanoch Levin, Six, Rotten Hour, Beit Lessin Theater (1983)
  • Leo Tolstoy, Kreuzer Sonata, Beit Lessin Theatre (1983)
  • Hung On The Iron Cross, Goethe Institute, Tel Aviv (1982)
  • Shmuel Yosef Agnon, Oath Of Loyalty, Acre Festival (1982)
  • G. Buchner, Wozzeck, Hamadregoth Theatre, Tel Aviv (1982)
  • R. Forman, Pampering For The Masses, Hamadregoth Theatre, Tel Aviv (1981)
  • Franz Kafka, Penal Colony. Hamadregoth Theatre, Tel Aviv (1980)
  • H. Rechavi, No Place Under the Sun. Theatre for the Young, Tel Aviv (1977)
  • Avraham Shlonsky, Micky Mau. The Kibbutz Theatre (1976)
  • Kadia Molodowsky, Open the Gate. Theatre for the Young, Tel Aviv (1975)
  • M. Binetzky's movie: The Sikkrikim (1971)
  • N. Levitan's movie: A Woman in a Garden (1970)
  • References

    Arie Shapira Wikipedia

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