About Noy Beck

Noy Beck is a flute player born in 1998. She began her studies at the Kfar-Saba conservatory under the guidance of Marta Mccave-Dayan. Currently, her teacher is Professor Yossi Arnheim and she studies at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. Noy was a part of the “Tlamim” program for excellent musicians in Raanana. In the years 2014-2016 Noy was a member of the young Israel–philharmonic orchestra. She played in several ensembles in the Jerusalem music center programs. She has participated in master classes of Davide Formisano, Felix Renggli, Eyal Ein-Habar and Noam Buchman.

She is a recipient of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation excellence-scholarship for the years 2013-2020. She won the “Yechiam–Peled” prize given by the Buchman-Metha school and the Israeli Musicians’ union. In 2019, she won the concerto competition and the woodwind and brass competition In the Jerusalem music academy and was awarded “audience choice” in the woodwind division at the Aviv competitions of the AICF. This year, she will play as a soloist with the Jerusalem’s academy orchestra.

Noy Beck

Flute, Classical

Kfar Saba, Israel
Grant Recipient

Artist Gallery