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Naaman Sluchin


Born into a family of musicians, Naaman Sluchin has completely devoted himself to the violin. He is enthusiastic about novelty and diversity, and the variety of his centers of interest has been in evidence throughout his artistic career.
For seven years he was a member of the Diotima Quartet. Performing the great classical repertory but also essentially contemporary repertory of which he has performed a very significant number of premieres, the quartet appeard in the most prestigious halls and festivals, making recordings to great critical acclaim, particularly Musique Américaine, Reich-Crumb-Barber (Naïve, 2011) as well as the Quartets by Janacek (Diapason d'or in that year, Choc de Classica).
2011-2012 turned out to be a season of renewal for the Franco-Israeli violinist. Invited as concertmaster in various orchestral projects, particularly with the Chambre Philharmonique or the Musikcollegium in Winterthur, he created the piano trio Talisma (specialized in the Romantic repertory on period instruments), as well as the NASDAK group (which mixes classics with Klezmer music). The saison also saw him initiate his debut at London’s Wigmore Hall, as well as in a musical programme “Haim, in the light of a violin” given in 30 performances at the Théâtre du Vingtième in Paris.
Since 2010 Naaman Sluchin has also devoted his time to teaching by joining the staff of the Royal Conservatory in Brussels. Concurrently he began his study of Baroque violin in the class of Amandine Beyer at the Schola Cantorum of Basel.
Throughout his studies Naaman manifested his taste for an eclectic approach; he built his technique studying at once the Russian violin school (with B. Garlitsky) at the Paris Conservatory, the American school at Bloomington as well as at the Juilliard School of New York (with M. Fried and D. Weilerstein), not to mention the famous Franco-Belgian school in the direct lineage of the teaching of Eugène Ysaye (with Y. Klein).
Naaman has since 2008 played a violin by Carlo Antonio Tononi de 1725.

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