Teachers

Maddalena Pastorelli (Italy)

Maddalena is a flautist and the teacher’s focal point for the project.  She teaches private lessons and music appreciation at all three Kamandjati centers, the UNRWA schools and the child clubs.

Jason Crompton (USA)

 is a pianist and conductor who conducts the Ramallah Junior and Youth orchestras.  He teaches piano in all three Kamandjati centers as well as in the child clubs.

Donia Jarrar (Palestine)

Donia is a composer and pianist who teaches music appreciation, theory and individual piano lessons at Al Kamandjati Ramallah, Jenin and Deir Ghassaneh. She also teaches in the child clubs and UNRWA schools. http://doniajarrar.com

Iyad Staiti (Palestine)
Iyad is an oud, theory and music appreciation teacher at the al Kamandjati centers in Jenin and Ramallah as well as in the UNRWA schools and child clubs.  He is a member of the Palestine National Ensemble and has toured Europe performing in several venues the music of Palestine.

Ameer Jabarene (Palestine)
Ameer is a singer, who was featured on Palestine’s New Star, and teaches music appreciation in Qalandia, Ammari and Jalazone refugee camps.  He hopes to participate in next season’s Arab Idol auditions.

Mohammad Bassam (Palestine)
Mohammad is an accordionist and pianist from Jenin.  He currently teaches music appreciation classes and piano lessons at al Kamandjati Jenin and the Ammari and Jalazon UNRWA schools.


Katharina Doehring
(Germany)

Freya Aquarone (UK)
Freya is a volunteer teacher of jazz improvisation and saxophone at al Kamandjati Ramallah. She also teaches music appreciation and recorder groups in Jalazone, Qalandia and al Kamandjati Jenin. Freya is also a creative writer and dancer in her free time, and is going to university in the UK next year to study politics. In the UK Freya was also a member of the Center for Advanced Training Aldeburgh Young Musicians http://www.aldeburgh.co.uk/aym

Peter Liddiard (UK)
Peter volunteers as a guitar teacher at al Kamandjati Ramallah. He also teaches individual piano lessons in Jalazone, Qalandia and Al Amari as well as at al Kamandjati Deir Ghassaneh. Peter is a member of an alternative band in the UK and composes in his free time. He was also a member of the UK Center for Advanced Training Aldeburgh Young Musicians http://www.aldeburgh.co.uk/aym

Ibrahim Froukh (Palestine)
Ibrahim is percussionist of the Palestine National Ensemble and has toured through Europe performing national music.  He teaches in all three Kamandjati centers, the UNRWA schools and child clubs throughout the West Bank.

Nasser Abou-Ein (Palestine


Nasser is the guitar teacher at Qalandia and Ammari child clubs.  He is a performer of both classical and oriental guitar.

Khaled Aramen (Palestine)
Khaled is an oud player and composer who teaches in the child clubs and UNRWA schools.

Elie Hanquart (France)


is a cellist currently volunteering as a teacher in the child clubs and al Kamandjati centers.

Jordan Perry(USA)

is an American guitarist who currently teaches at Ammari, Jalazone and Qalandia child clubs and the Deir Ghassaneh and Ramallah centers of al Kamandjati.  He performs in a variety of styles including classical guitar and rock.

Robin Burlton (Scotland)

is a Scottish vocalist, conductor and composer.  He teaches piano and voice at the Ammari and Jalazone child clubs, individual voice, piano and choir lessons at all three al Kamandjati centers, and is conductor of the Jerusalem Choir.

Ilaria Masieri (Italy)
Ilaria is the field liaison officer for the project.

Iyad Jaradat (Palestine)

Iyad is the field supervisor and the person to whom everybody refers for basically everything.

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One Response to “Teachers”

  1. luna campanini October 23, 2012 at 2:36 pm #

    mia zia è ilaria masieri….wow il campo ufficiale ke sarà???

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