Born and raised in Israel, began his musical training at the age of 14. Studied piano with Bart Berman, and composition with Dr. Ilya Heifets, Dan Yuhas and Ruben Seroussi. Received his bachelor’s degree from The Buchmann Mehta School of Music at Tel Aviv University at the end of 2016. Received scholarships from the Aviva Orshalom Foundation and the Jerusalem Institute of Contemporary Music. Participated in Israeli and international music festivals.
Zrima is comprised of two pieces that can exist separately as two solo works and together as a duo.
Za – The piece for flute offers a linear process both to the listener and to the performer. The text by Yona Wallach conveys immense dissatisfaction that occurs as a result of not being able to find that thing that satiates one’s yearning for satisfaction.