Roman Rabinovich was born to the keyboard.
“I grew up in a family with two piano teachers, so music was around me all the time. I didn’t have much choice at that point,” says the 29-year-old Uzbekistan born Israeli pianist who will perform at the Jerusalem Music Centre’s "Chamber Music at the Y" on January 7, 2016, together with the Ariel Quartet. The fivesome will play a varied program of works by Haydn, Schumann and 20th-century Hungarian composer Erno Dohnányi.
Not only was Rabinovich immersed in a world of music and music education from the word go, but he also benefited from a valuable domestic helping hand, principally from the maternal side.