Monday, July 5, 2010

Little Violinists in Ramat Beit Shemesh

Regina Eliaz, a resident of Ramat Beit Shemesh A, is really passionate about her work. Every day from 9AM until 9PM she is teaching children (and teens) to become great violinists. Trained professionally in Russia, she combines expert instruction with affectionate care, treating her students like her own children.

Some of the students rehearsing for a recent concert
Recently the students performed in the Matnas (on Nachal Dolev) and really impressed the audience with their solos and groups performances.

Although violin lessons are a bit pricey (around 500 NIS/month for 8 or so lessons), it provides a wonderful outlet (kinda like the baseball Chug) for musical children while potentially creating rewarding careers for those who excel.

So next time you hear some violin in Ramat Beit Shemesh, it might just be Regina or one of her many students playing.

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