About Erez Aviram

Erez is a composer and pianist best known for his work on “The Mossad” (United King Productions, 2019) and the progressive rock album “Overloading” (Fading Records, 2016), a video song project that received praising reviews in music magazines over the world including Rocking Charts and iO Pages in Holland.

Erez was declared “a name to watch out for in the years to come” (Roger Trentwith, The Progressive Aspect, 2017).​

Erez scored New York's music scene documentary 'Tali JAMS New York' with the GRAMMY-nominated drummer and arranger Dan Pugach, which was recently accepted to L.A's Global Film Festival Awards 2019.

Erez also worked as an assistant for composer Marcelo Zarvos (Dark Waters, Ray Donovan) at his studio in New York City and on United Pianos, a special United Nations project in which 11 renowned pianists from all across the globe collaborated to seamlessly play one musical piece. Among the artists' names included are the American classical pianist Colin Huggins, German film composer Hauschka (Volker Bertelmann) and the Israeli Idan Raichel.

Erez Aviram

Film, Music
Film Score, Documentary, Narrative, Musical / Dance, Animation, Arranging / Orchestration, Music Direction, Piano, Composition, Conducting, Jazz, Classical, Experimental

Brookyln, New York, United States