Cellist Racheli Galay is an international musician, performing worldwide as soloist and chamber musician. Her repertoire encompasses baroque through contemporary music, klezmer and improvisation. An avid performer of contemporary music, she is the dedicatee of numerous works for cello by Daniel Galay, Aldo Brizzi, Junichi Steven Sato, and Yoram Meyouhas. She premiered and recorded many new works for radio stations in the U.S., France, and Israel. Racheli completed her B.A. in musicology at the University of Tel-Aviv, M.M. in cello performance at Indiana University and a D.M. in cello at Northwestern University. She studied with Hans Jørgen Jensen, Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi, Janos Starker and Emanuel Gruber. Racheli Galay is a Chicago-based cellist. She is currently Assistant Professor of Music at VanderCook College, Chicago. For her doctoral dissertation, she wrote about the music of cellist and composer Joachim Stutschewsky. She is co-author of the groundbreaking book “Galay Improvisation Method for String Orchestra.” Racheli Galay also directs the Chicago Improvisation Institute at the Music Institute of Chicago. She maintains a website at www.racheligalay.com.
Below you will find the
complete list of scores edited by Racheli Galay.