David Gurevich currently studies at Beit Sapir Conservatory in Kfar Saba, where he is a student of Adela Umansky.
David Has Won Many First Prizes
He won the first prize in "Barrock and Jazz" Piano Competition (December 2011), won the "Keren Sharet" Scholarships for years 2012-2013 and for 2014-2015. He also won the first prize at the "Pnina Zaltsman Piano Competition" (2013) in the senior category. At the gala concert of the competition he played Beethoven's Piano Concerto no.3 in c-moll with the Haifa Symphony Orchestra conducted by Eitan Globerzon.
On March of 2014, David was invited to play Beethoven's Piano Concerto no.3 again with the Haifa Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Yoni Farhi. He regularly takes part in the class concerts and music festivals at Beit Sapir Conservatory in Kfar Saba.
David Continues His Music Studies
In 2013- 2014, David participated in master classes of Prof. Tatiana Zelikman in the Buchman-Mehta School of Music in Tel-Aviv. In July-August 2013, he participated in "Tel- Hai International Piano Master classes", where he played in the Concerto Competition and won a scholarship for the following year. For these master classes, David worked under the instruction of Professor Tatiana Zelikman.
David Plays Chamber Music
David took part in the "Barrock and Jazz" Piano Festivals (4 times) in Jerusalem (2010-2011) and has played two concerts with the Youth Israel Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Ilan Volkov in July 2012 at "Henry Crown" Theater in Jerusalem, where the orchestra played "West Side Story" by Leonard Bernstein.
He also participated in the "Young Piano Course" in 2013 where he played Shostakovich Concertino for two pianos, Mozart's overture to "Marriage of Figaro" and Schubert fantasy in f minor d.940.
In 2014 he took part in the "Senior Piano Course" where he played Bartok sonata for 2 pianos and percussion. These courses were instructed by teachers from the Buchman-Mehta school of music, Tel-Aviv University.