Liron Kaniel | לירון קניאל

Viola | ויולה

Liron kaniel was born in Israel in 2002.

She began studying the viola at age 10 (had never played the violin ever before) with the

teacher Leonid Rosenberg in the Red Sea Music Center in Eilat and since 2019, she is

studying with Dr. Lilach Levanon, currently at the Buchmann-Mehta School Of Music, where

she started her bachelor degree this year (October 2020).

Liron was playing various chamber ensembles for several years and performed with them in

many places and she took part in various music festivals around the world.

In 2017, she performed with the Eilat Conservatory Chamber Orchestra in Moscow (Russia)

and in the summer of 2017, she performed with the orchestra in the 8th International Youth

Music Festival in Bratislava (Slovakia), where they received a gold and silver medal for the

performance.

In 2018 she was invited to perform in a concert in Sopron (Hungary) as a soloist and as a

member of several chamber ensembles.

In recent years Liron took part many times in the "Red Sea Chamber Music Festival" in

master classes and performed in this festival as a soloist, in chamber ensembles and as a

member in chamber orchestras.

She participated in Keshet Eilons’ spring seminars for Israelis string players for couple of

years.

In the summer of 2021, Liron participated in ISA- international summer academy of the

MDW- University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna.

Moreover, Liron will take part at the 7th International Mendelssohn Festival (IMF) in

Hamburg, where she was accepted to the class of Nobuko Imai and she will also play in

chamber ensembles.

Liron has received master classes as a soloist and in chamber ensembles with Gilad Karni,

Tatjana Masurenko, Mikhail Bereznitsky, Daniel panner, Hillel Zori, Tali kravitz, ”Jerusalen

Trio”, Alexandre Brussilovsky, and more...


She participated in the "Jerusalem Music Center" programs for outstanding young musicians

since summer of 2018, including the “Young Israel Philharmonic Orchestra” (as the leader of

the viola section), in chamber music as a part of “David Goldman Chamber Music Program”,

and the "Huberman project” for young Israeli soloists.

Liron is a recipient of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation scholarships in years

2019-2020, received excellent scholarships from Mezingav for several years (the Center for

the Development of outstanding musicians in the Negev and the Galilee), and a scholarship

from the Ronen Foundation.

In September 2020, Liron joined the IDF as an “outstanding musician”.

My relationship to Ronen Foundation

My relationship with the Ronen Foundation, and in fact with Yaffa Israeli, who is the heart of

this wonderful foundation, began this summer.

Yaffa explained to me several times in our meetings that the Ronen Foundation is not just a

foundation, it is a family, and now we are part of it.

From the very first moment I entered the foundation, I felt the amazing support of Yaffa, who

makes sure to take an interest in and support the professional and personal progress of me

and of all the foundation's scholarships.

It's such a great privilege to be part of a family of artists who are so special and talented,and

support each other professionally and personally.

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