About Erez Meyuhass

Erez Meyuhass was born and raised in Jerusalem, Israel. He began his double bass studies in 2008 with Mrs. Merav Reuel-Moyal at the “Hassadna” Conservatory in Jerusalem. Erez served in the National Service in the “VeHadarta” project – which consisted of working with old people with an artistic combination of fields, such as music and theater. He was a student of Mrs. Merav Reuel and Prof. Michael Klinghoffer at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. In 2017 he earned his Master of Music degree from the Yale School of Music as a student of Prof. Donald Palma.

Erez has participated in different courses and seminars, including “Music in the Valley” (2010), The Young Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (2010-11), “Music in Jerusalem” (2013), the Young Symphonic Orchestra Jerusalem-Weimar Project (Assistant Principle 2013), and the Mendi Rodan Jerusalem Academy Symphony Orchestra (Principle) and the Yale Philharmonia.

Erez has won excellency scholarships from the conservatory, Veron Foundation (2010), and a scholarship from Tzfunot Tarbut NGO. Winner of the America Israel Cultural Foundation scholarship awards since 2011. In 2013, he won second place at the David Gritz Strings Competition of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. Winner of the Younes and Soraya Nazarian Chamber Music Program for Outstanding Students in the Jerusalem Music Academy, full-tuition scholarship award (2014).

Erez Meyuhass


New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Grant Recipient

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