Dina Yoffe (Germany/Israel)
Musical Arts Academy - Madrid
Central Conservatory - Beijing
Mozarteum Summer Academy
Originally from Riga(Latvia), Dina Yoffe started her musical education at the distinguished Emil Darzin's Special School of Music in her hometown and continued at The Central Music School in Moscow. Graduated from the Tchaikovsky Conservatory of Music in Moscow, under the tutelage of Professor Vera Gornostayeva, one of the most important proponents of the legendary Heinrich Neuhaus school.
The concert activities of Dina Yoffe are well known throughout many continents and countries in Europe, the USA, Canada, Japan, etc. Among the high points of her international career concerts with outstanding orchestras, such as the Israel Philharmonic under Zubin Mehta, the Japanese Radio Orchestra NHK under Neville Marriner, the Moscow Philharmonic under Valery Gergiev and Dmitri Kitayenko, the Tokyo Metropolitan Orchestra under James De Pries, Orchestra "Kremerata Baltica" under Gidon Kremer, "Moscow Soloist" under Y. Bashmet, Orchestra Sinfonia Varsovia under J.Kaspszyk, Vancouver Symphony, Europian soloists orchestra (Luxemburg), Bruno Walter Symphony Orchestra. Dina Yoffe, Chopin Festival, Warsaw. Dina Yoffe performed in the most prestigious halls: The Barbican Centre(London), Sala Verdi(Milano), Suntory Hall, NHK Hall(Tokyo), Musikverein(Vienna), Hercules Hall(München), Salle Pleyel(Paris), Orpheum Theatre(Vancouver), Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Royal Palace in Hague for her Majesty Queen Beatrice.
Together with the wide solo and orchestral career, Dina Yoffe is also an active participant in Chamber Music Festivals, where she played together with many internationally renowned musicians, such as G. Kremer, Y. Bashmet, V.Tretiakov, V. Repin, M. Vaiman, M. Brunello, and others. Dina Yoffe gave piano recitals with all F.Chopin works in Tokyo, Osaka, Yokohama.
The concert series was filmed and broadcasted by Japanese National Television, NHK.
Dina Yoffe is giving numerous master classes in France, Germany, at the Royal Academy of Music in London. Since 2000 she is a Guest Professor at the Summit Music Festival in New York, Guest Professor at the Yamaha Master Classes in Paris, New York, Hamburg, and Tokyo.
She also participated in many international music festivals in Europe, Japan, USA. Thanks to her wide experience she has become the honorary member of the Japan Piano Teachers Association and artistic director of Musical Summer International Festival and Masterclasses in Malaga, Spain.