Academy and Music Festival of Tequila.

From 12th to 21st of August 2016.

Tequila, Jalisco, México.


Music Faculty of the
University of Montreal

Landsman started studying the violin at age five. By the time he was 12, following David Oistrakh's recommendation, he had entered the Moscow Music School where he worked several years with Yuri Yankelevich. He studied four years at the Merzliyakovsky College before entering the Moscow Conservatory, where he earned an Aspirantura diploma. He then worked as a soloist at the Moscow State Philharmonic Society under the direction of such renowned conductors as Gennady Rozhdestvensky and Evgeny Svetlanov. In 1963, he won third prize in the Marguerite Long-Jacques Thibaud International Competition in Paris, and in 1966, first prize in the Montreal International Musical Competition. He has since enjoyed an international career as a soloist, performing frequently throughout the world. In 1973 he emigrated to Israel, and shortly thereafter to Canada, of which he became a naturalized citizen in 1981. Since 1975, Landsman has taught at the Music Faculty of the University of Montreal, where he is currently an associate professor.

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The tequila, more than any other drink, has become a symbol of Mexico and emblem of our identity and multicultural richness: born in pre-conquest times and transformed with the arrival of the Spaniards in the beverage of our land. Its history is linked inescapably to the history of Mexico and certainly synonymous with Mexican flavor has conquered the world: today the tequila has transcended our borders becoming one of the most popular drinks on an international level.