MUSICIANS OF TOMORROW

At Musicians of Tomorrow (MOT), musically gifted children from some of Israel’s most underprivileged areas are giving the chance to reach their potential.

MEET YOAV

Yoav grew up in a very poor family from Migdal in Northern Israel and he started learning violin at the age of 11. He showed great versatility and promise, and his young talent quickly came to MOT’s attention.

Soon after Yoav started music classes at MOT, the staff discovered that he was living in an abusive environment and the pain he suffered on a constant basis had led to him become morbidly obese. They organised for him to be admitted to hospital, and to help his mental well being, MOT volunteers brought him twice a week from hospital to his music lessons. He found so much love and warmth from his teachers and friends at MOT and he got so much joy from playing his instruments and developing his wonderful talent.

Today, Yoav is a student of the Buchman – Mehta School of Music at the Tel Aviv University. He is a remarkable double bass player, and his teachers are in awe of his talent. Yoav is happy, fulfilled and on the road to forging a positive and successful future.

WHY CHOOSE MOT

At MOT, the power of music has the potential of transforming lives. Founder Anna Rosnovsky, a former first violinist of the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra, discovers talented child musicians from poor areas in the North of Israel, and employs top class music teachers to work with them from MOT’s music centre in Rosh Pina.  

Many of the kids of MOT come from real poverty and struggle emotionally and developmentally. The MOT programme teaches them to work hard and dream big -  nurturing their love of music, improving their self-confidence and self-esteem, and helping them overcome personal challenges. 

Each of MOT’s 18 children take part in afterschool lessons between two and five times a week, and every day during the holidays, playing their instrument of choice. They also receive a complete musical education including voice, improvisation, composition, and chamber music.

With many parents unable to afford basic needs, the children are provided with transport to lessons, a hot meal, and assistance with school work, and the older children support and mentor the younger ones. MOT has become a second family to its talented students.

MOT’s children are developing levels of musical excellence which are recognised around the world and resulted in invitations to perform across America and Europe. They have every opportunity of fulfilling their potential and breaking free from the cycle of poverty that they’ve grown up in.

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"Without MOT, who knows where I would have landed up, I am now studying music at university.”
Yoav -21, double base player
£34
Cost of one music lesson
17
Number of musicians at MOT
£170
Cost per month to feed students who attend lessons in the afternoon