Liron Kaniel was born in Israel in 2002 and began studying the viola at the age 10. She studied with Leonid Rosenberg in the Red Sea Music Center in Eilat and since 2019, she is studying with Dr. Lilach levanon at the Giv’ataim conservatory.
Liron was playing in various chamber ensembles for several years and performed with them in venues and music festivals around the world. In 2017, she performed with the Eilat Conservatory Chamber Orchestra in Moscow, Russia, where they received a silver medal in a competition. In the summer of 2017, she performed with the orchestra in the 8th International Youth Music Festival in Bratislava (Slovakia), where they received a silver medal.
In March 2018 she performed at a concert in Sopron (Hungary) as a soloist and as a part of chamber ensembles.
For a few years, Liron took a part in the “Red Sea Chamber Music Festival” in master classes and performed in this festival as a soloist, in chamber ensembles and with an orchestra.
Liron participated in “Keshet Eilon” seminars since spring 2017.
Liron has received master classes as a soloist and in chamber ensembles with Mikhail Bereznitsky, Tali kravitz, Jerusalen Trio, Alexandre Brussilovsky, Daniel panner and Hillel Zori.
Since summer of 2018, Liron is taking an active part in the “Young Israel Philharmonic Orchestra” and she participated in the “Huberman” project, all orginized under the Jerusalem Music Center.
Liron is recognized by the Ministry of Education as an outstanding musician thanks to a special program for the development of young musicians in educational frameworks starting in 2019.
Liron received scholarships from Mezingav, the Center for the Development of outstanding musicians in the Negev and the Galile for several years and she is a recipient of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation scholarships since 2019.