Schmeisser Eithan, pianist & conductor

Schmeisser Eithan, pianist & conductor

Eithan Schmeisser, pianist and conductor, was born in Israel. He graduated cum laude from the conducting program at the Tel Aviv Music Academy and completed his second degree under the guidance of the late Mendi Rodan. He is the Head of Music and the Chorus Master of the Israeli Opera. He is the music director, conductor and pianist for many Israeli Opera programs including the Saturday of Gold opera concerts series. He has received the AICF scholarships. He has conducted the Israel Chamber Orchestra, the Raanana Symphonette Orchestra, the Israel Sinfonietta Beer Sheva, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra IBA and other orchestras in Israel. He has worked as a harpsichord/piano player for productions of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, the Israel Symphony Orchestra Rishon LeZion, the New Israeli Vocal Ensemble, the Ramat Gan Chamber Choir and others. He has played the recitatives in Il barbiere di Siviglia (Rossini) with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and Cosi fan tutte (Mozart) with the Israel Camerata Jerusalem. He has founded the Bononcini Ensemble and Venice female voice ensemble with whom he performed in many concerts. At the Israeli Opera he conducted the world premiere of Flying Lessons (Milech Sheriff) in a joint production with Cameri Theatre, Die Zauberflote (Mozart), Aufsteig und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny (Weill), Orfeo ed Euridice (Gluck), The Turn of the Screw (Britten), Un ballo in maschera (Verdi), Les Contes d'Hoffmann (Offenbach), the community productions of Cinderella (Rossini) and The Magic Flute (Mozart) and the family production of The Magic Flute (Mozart) in a version he created for piano and wind quintet.

PrintTell a friend