Gaia Re’emy

    Grant Recipient
    • Music

    Kfar Shmu'el, Israel

    Gaia Ree’my was born to a musical family in 2002 in Kfar Shmuel, Israel.

    Her father, Eran, is a trumpet player at the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra , a conductor and a senior teacher at The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance and The Buchmann-Mehta School of Music, and her mother, Anat, graduate of the Tel Aviv music academy in piano major is a music therapist.

    Gaia began playing the piano at the age of 6 and proceeded with French Horn at age 10.

    She studied with Yuri Gorelin at the Lod conservatory of music for two years. She then switched to Alon Re’uven at the Israel Music Conservatory Tel-Aviv (Shtricker), with whom she studied for two and a half years. From April 2017, she studies privately with Chezy Nir.

    In 2016 she began studying at the Thelma Yellin High School for Arts.

    From 2016, she participates in the “Thelma-Yellin” symphony orchestra conducted by Guy Feder. From 2018 she is the principal horn player of this orchestra.

    Gaia took part at the 2016 winter course of the National Wind Orchestra.

    In 2017, she joined the Jerusalem Music Centre’s program for outstanding young musicians. This includes being a part of the Young Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and the David Goldman chamber music program.

    In 2018 Gaia won the 1st prize at the Kfar Saba national brass and wind competition (brass) in the age category 14-16.

    In 2018 and 2019 Gaia preformed in professional ensembles as Raanana Symphonette Orchestra and Tel-Aviv woodwind quintet.

    In 2019 Gaia Admitted to the special national program for outstanding young musicians of the Ministry of Education.

    She is a regular participant in the “Horn Days” of the Israel Philharmonic. She has participated in a master classes with William VerMeulen (Houston Symphony Orchestra), Edward Deskur (Zurich Opera House), Ernesto Tovar Torres (The Philadelphia Orchestra), Itamar Leshem (Tel-Aviv Wind Quintet), Yoel Abadi (Israel Philharmonic Orchestra) and Michael Slatkin (Israel Philharmonic Orchestra).

    She worked with many professional musicians as Avichai Or-Noy, Menachem Wiesenberg, Zvi Carmeli, Hillel Zori, Alexander Pavlovsky, Mark Glienson, Gershon Gerchikov, Eran Levi, Dudu Carmel, Daniel Mazaki, Alon Bor, Yossi Arnheim, Tibi Cziger, Itamar Leshem, Eran Reemy, Micha Davis, Ruty Varon, Guy Feder, Edmund Cord, Haim Avitsur, Richard Paley, Dale Lonis and Socrates Villegas.

    As part of her Orchestra playing, she played under the baton of Lahav Shani, Krzysztof Chorzelski, Yi-An Shu, Eyal Ein-Habar, Eran Reemy, Guy feder, Alberto Roque, Yishai Steckler and more…

    Gaia is a recipient of the American-Israel Cultural Foundation scholarship for 2017/18, 2018/19. She also received a scholarship from the Ronen Foundation.