Eden Mazor

    Grant Recipient
    • Music

    Ramat Gan, Israel


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    Eden Mazor (born 2006) began his piano studies at the Ramat Gan Music Center when he was 8 years old. His tutor is Mrs. Marina Gershman.

    In his second year at the Center he appeared as a soloist with the Ramat Gan Symphony Orchestra, and won a Silver Medal at the Golden Key Competition at the Felicja Blumental Center.

    Since then, he has played solo annually at the Excellent Soloist Concerts with the Ramat Gan Symphony Orchestra, participated and won competitions in Israel and overseas. Eden is a member of several ensembles and appears with them in various conferences and cultural events. He has been invited to perform as a soloist in events such as the Hebrew Authors Association conference, ShabatTarbut Saturday events at the Ramat Gan Theater and various municipal exhibition opening events, receptions and ceremonies.

    Eden is a student of the Excellence Track at the Ramat Gan Music Center. He was awarded an America–Israel Cultural Foundation Grant (AICF) for 2020–2021 and has been awarded a Ramat Gan Municipality Excellence Grant since 2017.

    In September 2020 Eden played his first recital in a program including Beethoven’s Piano Concerto and pieces by Chopin, Schumann, Mozart and Rachmaninoff.

    Competition record

    2019      Radovljica International Piano Competition, Slovenia:  Second place

    2018      Internationaler Reinhold Gliére Klavierwettbewerb, Germany: First place

    Golden Key Competition, Tel Aviv: Gold Medal, piano duo four hands category

    2017      International Amadeus Competition, Czech Republic: Second place

    2016      Golden Key Competition, Tel Aviv: Gold Medal, solo piano category

    2015      Golden Key Competition, Tel Aviv: Silver Medal, solo piano category