Petah Tikva, Israel
Meytar Tirosh, born in 2002, in Petah Tikva, Israel. He started his pathway in music in the municipal conservatorium of Petah Tikva and later moved to the Israel Conservatory, Tel Aviv. He is currently a member of the IDF Orchestra performing on saxophone and studying with Marcus Weiss. He also continues his studies in composition with Dr. Alexander Cornhendler, conducting with Dr. Dale Lonis, and Piano with Liora Ziv-Li.
-Conducted several orchestras and ensembles, including the Haifa Symphony, Ramat Hasharon Campus Orchestra, The Israeli National Youth Wind Orchestra, The Eroica Orchestra, and The IDF Orchestra.
– Engaged in Jerusalem Music Centre masterclasses for conducting, guided by Laszlo Marosi and Dr. Dale Lonis.
-Performed as a soloist with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and the Petah Tikva Kamernas Orchestra.
-His composition “Three pieces for Saxophone Solo” has been introduced on the radio by Kan Kol Hamozika and has been selected to be part of a test for saxophonists audition to IDF orchestra.
-His composition “A Blurry Musical Appearance” has been performed by Jonatan Hadas as part of the “Young Ceme Festival” in Sde Boker.
-His piece “Invention for Duo Saxophone” has been introduced in the “Kahol Lavan” concert in the Israeli conservatory Tel-Aviv directed by Meitar Ensemble (no relation) and the Israel composers league.
-Participated as a principal saxophonist in the Israeli National Youth Wind Orchestra funded by the ministry of education.
-Received AICF scholarship with a distinction (2021)
Won the Israel Music Institute for Composers competition for his piece “A Tale”, which was published by the institute authorities. This winning followed by an interview in the radio music channel Kan Kol Hamozika (2020)
-Won the “keynote competition” for young soloists in Charles Bronfman Auditorium, Tel Aviv (2019)
-Won the audition for “gifted musician” from the Israel Ministry of Education (2019)
-Received Liones Israel’s Scholarship for Young Musicians (2016)