It runs in the family

Jan 11, 2012, 08:07 IST | The Guide Team
Listen to mother-daughter duo of pianist Natasha Tadson and violinist Hadar Rimon at a Western Classical music concert

The Poona Music Society is hosting an event where young violinist Hadar Rimon will perform with her mother pianist Natasha Tadson. The programme will include compositions such as Beethoven's sonata for violin and piano No 9, Tartini's sonata for violin and piano in G minor Devil's Trill, Prokofiev's sonata for violin and piano No 2 and J Hubay's Carmen -- Fantasie brillante. 

Violinist Hadar Rimon

"India is very fascinating, I would love to play violin in front of the Pune audience as they have a taste for western classical music. My mother  and I are sure we will enjoy playing here a lot," said Hadar Rimon. 
Rimon has participated in several concerts including a concert tour in London, Glasgow and Moscow. 

Pianist Natasha Tadson

She has performed at the Felicja Blumental International Music Festival, which took place in Tel-Aviv Museum and has also performed at chamber music concerts in Israel which were broadcast on the radio. Hadar has received scholarships from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation, the Buchmann-Hayman Foundation, the Kolton Foundation from Tel-Aviv University and the Ronen Foundation. 

Tadson was awarded the Gina Bachauer Award for her music and her successful debut at Carnegie-Hall was followed by an invitation to the Marlborough Festival.

On January 15, 6.30 pm
At Mazda Hall, Dastur Primary School, Camp.

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