Michael Dulitsky was born in the USSR but has the Israelian citizenship since 1990.
His works have been performed in New York, Chicago, Lewisburg, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Vienna, Moskow, Saint-Petersburg, and Israel by the Tel Aviv Philharmonic Orchestra, Ashdod Symphonic Orchestra, Rishon Le Zion Symphonic Orchestra, Jerusalem Symphonic Orchestra, and Ashkelon Chamber Orchestra. He also wrote music for the Israeli Army Orchestra and the Israeli Police Orchestra.
Until 1979 Dulitsky was a member of the USSR organization of composers and musicologists. Since 1990 he is a member of the "Acum" (Society of Authors Composers and Music Publishers in Israel).
Since 1990 he wrote a large quantity of musical adaptations and also conducted in the city of Ashqelon chamber orchestra.
1999–2003: Diploma: Composer & Musicologist (M.A.); Bar-Ilan University, Israel; Music Faculty, Composition department
1984–1987: Diploma: Conductor (M.A.); Music Academy, Alma-Ata City, USSR; Conducting Faculty
1967–1971: Diploma: Music Teacher & Concert Orchestra player (B.A.); Musical City College, Chernovitz, Ukraine; Faculty of String Instruments - Main specialty: Violin
Professional Musical Experience
1969–1971: Violinist at various folk music bands
1971–1973: Obligatory service at the USSR army as a musician and player
1974–1976: Violinist and Conductor Assistant, Musical & Drama Theater of Chernovitz, Ukraine
1977–1979: Manager and Conductor of Culture Hall & and Theater of Chenovitz, Ukraine
1980–1986: Manager and Conductor of Musical Bands Union of Alma-Ata, Kazakhstan
1986–1989: Instructor and Musical Consultant, Cultural Department of Alma-Ata Municipality, Kazakhstan
1989–1990: Conductor of Musical and Drama Theater, and Manager of Musical department, Alma Ata Municipality, Kazakhstan
1995-2008: Teacher of piano, strings instruments, percussions and compositions, Education Ministry, Israel
2001-2008: Conductor of the Chamber City Orchestra, Ashqelon, Isarael
More than 30 years of writing music for events, theaters, movies that performed by orchestras and chorus