About Guy Moskovich

Guy Moskovich (b. 1996) is an up-and-coming Jazz pianist and composer from Israel, currently residing in New York City.

He performs regularly on the international Jazz scene, where he is considered a rising star, having played at the Red Sea Jazz Festival in Israel, Bern Jazz Festival, Beit Ha’Amudim Jazz club, Cornelia St. Cafe and the Jazz Gallery in New York, gaining musical experience with well-known musicians such as Omer Avital, Mike Rodriguez and Ulysses Owens Jr.

In 2019, Guy received his BFA degree in Jazz Performance from The New School in New York.

Guy began playing classical piano at the age of 9, winning 1st place at the 'Al-Derech-HaMelech' competition in Ashdod in 2007 and 2008 (2nd place). He started studying Jazz at age 14, when he attended the prestigious 'Thelma Yellin High School of the Arts', and was the recipient of scholarships from the America - Israel Cultural Foundation. Guy later received an 'Outstanding Musician' status in the IDF, where he taught several instruments and music theory to children, as well as live performing in Israel and Europe.

Guy's music offers a unique point of view on modern Jazz, drawing from his Israeli legacy and Middle-Eastern influences, as well as elements from western classical music composers such as Chopin and Liszt, all morphing into a brand new sound under the grand concepts of Jazz - Improvisation, Listening and Freedom.

Guy Moskovich


Brooklyn, New York, United States
Grant Recipient