Carmel Curiel (b.1998, Israel) is a bachelor’s degree student in composition at the ‘Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance’ under the direction of Prof. Yinam Leef.
Previously she studied under the direction of Daniel Akiva (2014-2015), Prof. Haim Permont (2016) And Dr. Ziv Cojocaru (2017-2019).
Carmel plays the violin from the age of 8, under the direction of Yana Yot , Bella Purisman and Guy Figer.
Carmel studied at Reut School of Art from 2010-2016.
Participated in orchestras and ensembles, such as the Young Philharmonic Orchestra, the Jerusalem Music Center, Bnei Hakibbutzim Orchestra and Tel Aviv soloist’s ensemble.
- “Thought for Karakul” by Iineraire Ensemble as part of CEME festival (2020)
- “Primary colors” by C.S quartet as part of vox femina festival (2019)
- “Primary colors” by Mivos Quartet (2018)
- “Desert wind” by Meitar Ensemble, The Israeli Music Festival (2016)
- “Clarinet quintet” by New York Philharmonic Orchestra players (2015)
Activities And Honors
- CEME festival and master course with Helmut Lachemann and Philippe Leroux (2020)
- The Israeli Composers Competition” 1st prize (2019)
- Sharett Foundation outstanding excellence Scholarship in the field of composition (2018-2019)
- Master course with Richard Carick (2018)
- Young CEME composition course – Meitar Ensemble, Hanna Ajiashvili (2017-2018)
- The Israeli Composers Competition” – 2nd prize (2017)
- Young Composers Competition – the New York Philharmonic Orchestra (2015)