Tali Tadmor, piano and Hila Plitmann, soprano

Thursday, September 5, 2019 - 7:30pm

Cypress Recital Hall / Doors open 30 min before performance
Adults $15 / Faculty, Staff, & Seniors $10 / Students $7
Tali Tadmor and Hila Plitmann
Collaborative Piano Program Director Tali Tadmor and Grammy-Award Winning soprano Hila Plitmann

Faculty Artist Recital/Guest Artist Recital

Grammy-Award Winner soprano Hila Plitmann and Collaborative Piano Program Director, Tali Tadmor, perform an eclectic program of classic masterpieces and contemporary gems. 

Tali Tadmo, piano

Tali Tadmor is a Los Angeles-based pianist, vocal coach, conductor and music educator whose colorful career as a musician is reflected in the unusual path she took to becoming an artist. As an undergraduate student in mathematics at the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA), Tali began accompanying singers in a music course. She instantly fell in love with the field of collaborative piano and its repertoire. Soon after, she began performing professionally, eventually forgoing her plans to become a scientist and opting in favor of a career in music. A versatile musician, Tali has performed in some of the world’s great venues; from her debut recital at Carnegie Hall in 2009 to the Walt Disney Concert Hall, The Ford Amphitheater, Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center and the Great Hall in the heart of China’s Forbidden City. Though primarily a classical musician, Tali is active in a wide variety of musical settings, ranging from opera to world music, and from musical theater to worship. She has collaborated with many well-known artists, including Metropolitan Opera star soprano Angela Meade and Los Angeles Philharmonic cellist Daniel Rothmuller. Most notably, Tali served as Assistant Conductor and principal pianist to Maestro Placido Domingo in the Los Angeles Opera premiere production of Dulce Rosa in spring of 2013.

Hila Plitmann, soprano

Grammy Award-Winning Singer, Songwriter & Actress


Hila Plitmann is a glittering jewel on the international music scene, known worldwide for her astonishing musicianship, light and beautiful voice and the ability to perform challenging new work. She has worked with many leading conductors, performing with the likes of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the New York Philharmonic and the London Symphony Orchestra.


Performance Date:
Thursday, September 5, 2019 -- Doors open at 7pm

Cypress Recital Hall