C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

D0 note (18.35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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Kadima, Hagar 




A winner of the 2003 Prime Minister’s Award for Composers, and the first Israeli woman to achieve a Ph.D. degree in music composition, Dr. Hagar Kadima is an active contemporary composer, being regularly commissioned and performed by vocal and instrumental ensembles in Israel and worldwide. Kadima has composed over 70 works which received over 150 performances in Israel, Italy, Germany, United States, Poland, Austria, Ireland, Romania, and more.

During the last decade, Kadima's creative work has expanded to visual arts (aquarelle & ink painting). Today she is one of the few Israeli artists who are professionally active as both contemporary concert composers and visual artists. In the years 2010-17, her paintings have been exhibited in 24 exhibitions, of which 7 were solo exhibitions.

During her 24-year-long music professorship at the Levinsky College of Education, Dr. Kadima has widely supported the growth of a new generation of composers. At the same time, she has dedicated part of her artistic endeavor to supporting Arab–Jewish coexistence in Israel – both through her own compositions and through collaborations.
In 2000, Dr. Kadima founded the Israeli Women Composers' Forum, serving as its first chairperson (2000–2004). Since then, she has dedicated much time and effort to continuously supporting women composers and their integration into the Israeli music scene.



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