About Naomi Hassoun

Recorder player, currently a student at the Jerusalem Academy of Music under Ms. Drora Bruck. First recorder player ever to receive the Excellence Scholarship of The Nazarian Program of Excellence in Chamber Music. Naomi is a graduate of the “Outstanding Musician Program” in the IDF. Founder of “Nari Baroque Ensemble” which specializes in Historical Performance of early music. Participated in several concerts and recordings with the “Barocada -Israeli Baroque Orchestra” and the “Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra”.

In 2017, Naomi won the first prize in the Nordhorn International Recorder competition in Germany and that same year performed as a soloist with the “Tel-Aviv soloist’s orchestra”. In 2018, she won the first prize in the Tel- Aviv International Recorder Competition, and in 2019 won a special prize at that same competition. In 2019 Naomi Performed a recital with “Nari Baroque Ensemble” in the Haifa “Holiday of holidays” Festival.

Naomi Participated in the International Early Music Seminar in Israel, and participated in two big festivals in Italy under the teacher’s Dan Laurin and Anna Stegmann.

Naomi was awarded the 2020-21 Sharett Grant for Creative Excellence in early music performance (AICF).

Naomi Hassoun

Recorder, Classical, Baroque / Early Music

Herzliya, Israel

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