Lior Lifshitz

    Grant Recipient

    Tel Aviv, Israel

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    Lior Lifshitz was born in Tel Aviv. In the age of 6 he started studying piano with a local teacher. After a year he started to study with Dr. Dror Semmel at the “Stricker” consevatory in Tel Aviv, where he currently remains. Lior is in the 7th grade at the Campus Arison Art School.

    Lior has played as a soloist with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, twice with the Ashdod Symphony Orchestra and with the Tel Aviv Soloist Ensemble. Also he played solo in the music Fest Perugia festival in Italy with the orchestra. He was selected to play in the Stricker 70 years gala concert. He played twice in its crown artist for Murray Perahia, and in master classes with Prof. Alexander Tamir and Prof. Emanuel Krasovsky, Ilana Vered and more. He has also he performed on live radio at the Eden Tamir music center.

    Lior won the third competition in Ashdod in 2014 and first prize at Ashdod in 2015.  He won the first prize title of “Excellent student” in the Stricker student competition, and is the recipient of a 2016 AICF scholarship.

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    Last week, the Embassy of Israel in Sweden hosted AICF for a special concert in celebration of Israel’s 70th anniversary. The concert took place in the renowned Berwaldhallen Hall in Stockholm. The evening began with remarks by Israeli Ambassador Ilan…