Improvisation, Spirituality & Well-Being: Beth Green Interviews Noam Sivan

Improvisation, Spirituality & Well-Being: Beth Green Interviews Noam Sivan

Noam Sivan is a teacher, composer and improvisational pianist who is reviving the art of classical piano improvisation. Having taught at Julliard and Curtis Institute of Music, Noam is now the director of a master’s program in improvisation at a university in Stuttgart, Germany. But more than that, Noam is a person of depth, who has thought a great deal about improvisation and its role in healing the individual and our world. Watch this video interview by Beth Green for a glimpse into Noam, his perspective and his contribution to the world of music and well-being.

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