Boaz Avni Resume

      Boaz Avni - Composer

1. Personal information:
Name: Boaz Avni
Address: Israel

2. Qualifications: Composer, pianist, arranger, orchestrator.

3. Education: – Along the years I acquired a broad and deep musical education by myself including variable academic courses in the “Rubin” music academy in Tel-Aviv University and other institutions.

As a scholarship winner from the Israel-America fund I performed a piece I wrote in the “Young artist week” in the Tel-Aviv museum of the arts.

Private piano lessons - Prof. Boris Lvov,Victor Derevianko and Samuel Cohen. Composition – Prof. Sergiu Natra

4. Professional experience:

Along the years: Solo performances in piano recitals starting at the age of 11, including premieres of my own works. The concerts took place in ”Henry Crown” Auditorium in Jerusalem, the “Einav” center in Tel-aviv, and other places.

1990-2001: Accompanist and musical guide for several prominent choirs of both classical and popular music. Piano accompanist for some of Israel's top singers.

1996 – 1997: Composer and pianist in residence for “Synergy”, a prestigious television show hosted by Yaron London in Israeli TV, channel 2.

1997-2003: Composing and performing the music for the films “Mr. Baum” and “The Gospel according to God” by renowned filmmaker Assi Dayan. Here is what Film critic Shmulik Duvdevany wrote in his review of “The Gospel according to God”: “…and the music composed by Boaz Avni is one of the most beautiful, mind this, ever written for an Israeli film.”

1998 – 1999: Writing arrangements and orchestrating works for Israel's independence day main ceremonies in Jerusalem.

1999-2004: Piano and composition teacher in Ramat-Gan's music center.

2000 –2001: Production of a CD with my music played by me and accompanied by the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Horia Andreescu. "BOAZ AVNI - INGREDIENTS" - Available for mp3 downloads on Amazons worldwide, iTunes and other music web stores.

2004-2007: Composing classical religious music.

Updated:  October 2, 2011

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