Liah Barlev was born on January 2005 in Israel. Lives in Beit Izhack she started playing the piano at age 6 with local teacher and at age 9 began studying with Mrs. Ada Weinstock at the Israel Conservatory of Music in Tel Aviv. Among her studies in the conservatory, Liah is part of the program for “young and excellent pianists” held by the Jerusalem Music Center (JMC) both as a soloist and in the chamber music program.
She is in 10th grade at Thelma Yalin National High School of Arts in the Classical Music Department.
She has participated in many masterclasses among them with Pianist and head of the JMC Murray Perahia, prof. Arik Vardi , Prof. Sonia Rubinsky, Roman Rabinovitch, Prof. Ilana Vered, Prof. Pascal Nomrovsky, Prof. Andrea Meyer, and Prof. Janina Fialkowska.
She is a 2019 1st Prize winner, age category 12-15, at the national piano competition “Piano Forever” in Ashdod Israel.
She is a 2017 2nd Prize winner, age category 12-15, at the national piano competition “Piano Forever” in Ashdod Israel. And an encouragement prize winner 2016 age category 6 -11 at the national piano competition “Piano Forever” in Ashdod Israel.
June 2019 Semi Finalist – EMCY – A Step Towards Mastery – the 12 international competition of young pianists, Saint – Petersburg.
She has performed as first pianist in Saint-Saëns Carnival of Animals with an Ensemble of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra – at Zuker hall Hichal Hatarbut Tel-Aviv. With the Israel Sinfonietta Beer Sheva under conductor Chen Zimbalista, the Haifa symphony orchestra under conductor Talia Ilan, gave several piano recitals at the “piano memorial corner of Zachariah Hrifaie” at the Israeli Cameri Theater Tel Aviv and performed at Israel Russian center Tel Aviv in a tribute to Tchaikovsky.
Coming up a performance at Eden Tamir Music Center Jerusalem – live broadcast at the Kol Hamuzika Radio station – Concert of the Winners of Piano Forever national competition of 2019.
Liah is a scholar at Keren Ronen Foundation.
Liah is an AICF Grant recipient with Exceptional Distinction since 2018