Noam Sheriff

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Conductor Noam Sheriff

Noam Sheriff (7 January 1935 – (2018-08-25)25 August 2018) was an Israeli composer, conductor, educator and arranger. He was born in Tel Aviv.

Sheriff was Artistic Director of the Kibbutz Chamber Orchestra (1973-1982); Music Director of the Israel Symphony Orchestra Rishon LeZion (1989-1995); Professor of Composition and Conducting at the Tel-Aviv University's Samuel Rubin Academy of Music (since 1990) and the Academy's director (1998- 2000); Artistic Director of the Israel Chamber Orchestra (2002-2005); and Artistic Director of the Haifa Symphony Orchestra (from 2004 until his death).

Sheriff died on 25 August 2018 in Haifa, Israel at the age of 83.[1]

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