About Baruch Harlap

Baruch Harlap was born in Petach Tiqva, Israel in 1994. He began studying the trumpet at age 10 with Alexander Royzman in Petach Tiqva. When he was 18, he joined the Israel Defense Force Rabbinical Choir as a trumpet player and a commander. During this time, Baruch was developing his playing with Yigal Meltzer, principal trumpet of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. Mr. Harlap has appeared in concerts with the Young Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, the Israel Defense Force Choir and has played solo concerts with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. Mr. Harlap is dedicated to the community and performs regularly for children and the elderly. After completing 3 years of army service, he is currently a student at the Buchmann- Mehta School of Music, at Tel Aviv University, under the guidance of Ram Oren.

In 2012, Baruch was chosen to play a solo concert with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and now is a current sub with orchestras such as IPO, Ramat-Gan Symphony and the Symphony Orchestra of UF, U.S.A.

Mr. Harlap was awarded a grant by AICF in the years 2006-2012 and 2017-2018.

Baruch Harlap

Trumpet, Classical, Klezmer

Petah Tikva, Israel
Grant Recipient