Violinist Netanel Draiblate is a rising star in the classical world. His artistry has been praised as "confident and eloquent." His recent orchestral appearances as well as his performances as a chamber musician, recording artist, and concertmaster serve to highlight his versatility.
This season, Mr. Draiblate's first solo CD, Perspectives, was released by Azica Records. The recording features works by Mendelssohn, Prokofiev, Elgar, Grieg and Kreisler. Future projects include a recording of his original arrangement of Introduction/Theme and Variations on The Star Spangled Banner for solo violin.
Draiblate's recent solo engagements include his debut with the American Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie hall, the Israel Chamber Orchestra and orchestras across four continents including the National Theatre Orchestra of Brasilia, Ashdod Symphony Orchestra, Rishon Le Zion Symphony Orchestra, the Thelma Yellin Symphony Orchestra, MSO Mediterranean Symphony Orchestra, the Tel-Aviv Soloists and the Bursa Symphony Orchestra in Turkey. Hailed as "an extremely gifted and natural violinist with a strong stage personality and charisma," he has appeared with the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra, with whom he toured China as soloist.
As a chamber musician, as a sought-after teacher, and as an orchestral musician, Mr. Draiblate is in demand for his consummate musicianship.