Kfar Saba, Israel
Noy Beck is a flute player born in Israel 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 music academy. 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, and played first flute. She played in several ensembles and participated in master classes of Eyal Ein Habar, Noam Buchman, Dudu Carmel, and Linde Tutz. Recently she participated in master classes of Davide Formisano and Fredric Audidert at the Académie Internationale d’Été de Nice.
As an orchestra player, she played as first flute in the Jerusalem academy orchestra, and was also invited to play with the Jerusalem symphony orchestra.
This year she will also take part at the Nazarian Program of Excellence in Chamber Music.
She is a recipient of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation excellence scholarship for the study of the flute for the years 2013-20. She won the “Yechiam Peled” prize given by the Buchman-Metha school and the Israeli Musicians’ union. This year, she won the concerto competition (1st place) and the woodwind and brass competition (2nd place). Next year, she will play as a soloist with the Jerusalem’s academy orchestra.