B i o g r a p h y

Israeli-born pianist/composer Dr. Tal Zilber enjoys an unusually diverse career of classical, jazz, and pop performances as well as composing, arranging, and improvising. His piano, chamber, orchestral and vocal compositions and arrangements have been performed by various soloists, ensembles, and orchestras. Among them the Israel Chamber Opera Orchestra, the Canadian Meeks piano due, the Boston City Singers, and many others. 

 

As a performer, Tal Zilber has appeared as a soloist and with different ensembles in Israel, USA, Argentina, Costa Rica, China, Germany, the United Kingdom, France, the Czech Republic, and Croatia. 

Prizes and Awards include the Andre Watts Scholarship, the America-Israel culture foundation scholarship, the Lillian H. Duncan Prize and the Marian Fox Martel scholarship.

Dr. Zilber holds a Doctorate degree from the New England Conservatory, an M.M from Rice University, a Performance Diploma from Indiana University, and a B.M. from the Rubin Israeli Academy of Music. 

 

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