The Jewish Heritage Museum of Monmouth County presents violinist Raphael Klayman in Concert, on Sunday, November 17, 2019, at 2 PM. Admission is $12 members, $15 non-members.
New York native violinist Raphael Klayman has been internationally praised for the beauty of his tone, the depth and flair of his musicianship, his vivid rapport with audiences, and his rare balance of virtuosity and sensitivity. He has shared these qualities with audiences through such media as radio, television, concerto performances with orchestra, and innumerable performances – including a New York debut at CAMI Hall and a European debut in Geneva, Switzerland, where he performed at the International Red Cross Museum, and at the Palace of Athena. Other solo highlights include an appearance at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. He also performed chamber music in a number of venues, including New York’s Merkin Hall.
In addition to Klayman’s solo and chamber music activities, Raphael Klayman has played in the American Symphony Orchestra, the New York Pops, and various fine ensembles in New York and New Jersey. He is very active with popular music as well. He worked with Tony Bennett and was Concertmaster for a Broadway tour of Miss Saigon.
Mr. Klayman toured Japan as a member of the New York Symphonic Ensemble; he also worked in New York’s Alice Tully Hall and Carnegie Hall.
A graduate of the Mannes College of Music in New York, Klayman also holds a Certificat de Stage from the Centre International de Formation Musicale in Nice, France.
Mr. Klayman devotes a portion of his time to teaching, including time served as a guest teacher of violin and Music History at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, New Jersey.
Funding has been made possible in part by a general operating support grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission, a Division of the Department of State, through grant funds administered by the Monmouth County Historical Commission. For more information or to make a paid reservation (non-refundable), call the Museum at
732-252-6990, or visit www.jhmomc.org. Maximum capacity is 100, so paid reservations are recommended.