Noah Bendix-Balgley joins Intermusica for worldwide management
April 2nd, 2015
Intermusica is delighted to announce the signing of violinist Noah Bendix-Balgley for worldwide management.
Bendix-Balgley is the newly appointed first Concertmaster of the Berliner Philharmoniker and has wide experience as a soloist and chamber musician. He was a Laureate of the 2009 Queen Elisabeth Competition, and first prize winner at the 2011 Vibrarte International Competition in Paris and at the 14th International Violin Competition ‘Andrea Postacchini’ in Fermo, Italy. As a soloist, Noah has appeared with the Pittsburgh Symphony, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Orchestre National de Belgique, I Pommeriggi Musicali of Milan and more.
As a chamber musician, he has performed with artists including Emanuel Ax, Gidon Kremer, Yuri Bashmet, Gary Hoffman, Colin Currie and the Miro Quartet. He appears regularly at festivals in the US and Europe, including the Verbier Festival, Sarasota Music Festival, ChamberFest Cleveland, the Nevada Chamber Music Festival and Chamber Music Connects the World in Kronberg. Committed to music education, Bendix-Balgley teaches masterclasses widely and has been on the faculty of the Carnegie Mellon University School of Music. Since 2011, he has been the Concertmaster of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
Bendix-Balgley is also active in performing traditional Jewish classical music and Klezmer music, performing with world-renowned klezmer groups such as Brave Old World and teaching klezmer violin at workshops in both Europe and the US. A klezmer violin concerto, composed by Bendix-Balgley himself, will be premiered in Spring 2016 with the Pittsburgh Symphony conducted by Manfred Honeck.
Noah’s Intermusica artist profile: