A native of Israel, 1985, Hagai Yodan is a multi-disciplinary artist: musician, stylist, writer and photographer. As a musician, he is an accomplished pianist and vocal coach, harpsichordist, conductor, tenor and composer.
He has performed as soloist with the Israel Symphony Orchestra, the Ashdod Symphony Orchestra and the Herzliya Chamber Orchestra, and has appeared at the Beverly Hills International Music Festival, the Center for Chamber Music at the Tel Aviv Conservatory, the chamber music series of the Israel Symphony Orchestra, the Tel-Aviv Chamber Music Society, The Israeli Music Festival, the Vox Feminae Festival and more. Hagai is a recipient of scholarships from The Ronen Foundation, and has performed at the foundation’s concerts at Carnegie Hall in New York.
His pieces and arrangements have been performed in various venues, among them at the International Spring Festival Rishon-LeZion. Playing Israeli music has always been a major part of Hagai Yodan’s career and he has performed premieres for many Israeli composers: Tzvi Avni, Josef Bardanashvili, Ella Milch-Sheriff, Gilad Hochman, Shai Cohen, Ron Weidberg, Noa Blass, Daniel Galay, Verdina Shlonsky, Emanuel Vahl, Rami Levin, Alex Wasserman, Sarah Feigin, Dov Seltzer, Daniela Cohn-Levitas, Sharon Farber, Ariel Blumental, Eugene Levitas, Stella Lerner, Robert Nisensohn and Yuri Povolotsky.
His discography includes the albums “Light and Dark”, “Piano 4-Play” and “Daniela Cohn-Levitas: Piano Works” (HYM), the Grammy nominated album “Forever to Remember” (Romeo Records), the album “Stella Lerner: Poetic Songs” (IMI) and “Dichterliebe” and “Mozart Arias” (Slalom).
Hagai Yodan’s Music Studio – LOFTLV – which he designed, has appeared in magazines and design books. He is currently working on a pop-rock album of his own songs, a Hebrew poetry book, an English book of short stories, a large symphonic piece and two movie scripts.