Noga Shaham




The young Israeli violist Noga Shaham is known for her exceptional warm tone and honest artistic expression. Noga aims to expand her artistic horizons, recently earning the Nobuko Imai Award of Kronberg Academy and performing at London’s Wigmore Hall. Born in 2001 into a musical family, Noga pursued her path as a violinist under the guidance of her father Hagai Shaham. In 2023 she completed her Bachelor degree at the University of The Arts Berlin, with Prof. Nora Chastain. Achieving the second prize at the Cecil Aronowitz International Viola Competition in 2021, Noga has also performed as a soloist with esteemed orchestras like the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra and Württembergisches Kammerorchester Heilbronn. As a sought-after chamber musician, Noga collaborated with artists including Jörg Widmann, Antje Weithaas and Gary Hoffman in prominent festivals such as Kronberg Academy ‘Chamber Music Connects the World’, Gstaad Menuhin Academy, Verbier Festival, Crans-Montana Classics and Ozawa Academy. She is a scholarship recipient of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation a graduate of the Jerusalem Music Centre. Noga has been studying at Kronberg Academy with Nobuko Imai since October 2023, generously funded by the Dr. Rolf M. Schwiete Stiftung.

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