Alma Deutscher


Some recent highlights

In May, Alma appeared at the Google Zeitgeist in London, alongside distinguished speakers such as Eric Schmidt of Google, Physicist Stephen Hawking, and Footballer David Beckham. Her appearance can be seen here.

In June Alma played as a soloist with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, on both violin (her own violin concerto) and piano (Mozart piano concerto). The orchestra also played her symphonic piece, Dance of the Solent Mermaids.

In July, Alma’s second opera, Cinderella, had its world premiere. The whole performance is now available on YouTube: Act 1Act 2.


Selected future events for 2015

On September 12, 2015, Alma will perform in a charity concert in Kent in aid of the SUDC (Sudden Unexplained Death in Children) Foundation. ( – this event is unfortunately sold out)

On October, 14 & 15, Alma will make her début in Japan, and will appear with the Tokyo Sinfonia in a concert dedicated wholly to her own works. She will play her own (complete) violin concerto in G minor, and one movement from a new piano concerto in E-flat major. The orchestra will also play her symphonic movement ‘Dance of the Solent Mermaids’, as well as orchestral highlights from her new opera, Cinderella. Details here.

On November 23, Alma will appear as a soloist with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Arie Vardi. She will play, together with Tanja Zhou, two concerti by Bach: the concerto for two violins in D minor and the concerto for two pianos in C minor. Details here.