About Omri Elbaz

Omri Elbaz (b. 2002) began his musical studies in 2010 on drums. As a child he learned to play Trombone and Baritone in the Netanya Conservatory. In 2015 he began to study percussion instruments with Tomer Yariv and Daniel Solomonov at Tremolo – the International Percussion Center in Israel. Omri graduated top of his class from the music program in Tchernichovsky High School in Netanya.

Omri participated in some of the best youth orchestras in Israel, among them the Young Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, the Israel National Orchestra, the youth percussion ensemble of Tremolo Percussion Center. He played percussion in Netanya's Conservatory Orchestra.

Omri played in orchestras and ensembles conducted by Lahav Shani, Eyal Ein Habar, Tomer Yariv, Alon Bor, Gal Alterovich Motti Meron among others.

Currently, Omri is studying percussion with Daniel Solomonov, and Timpani with Dan Moshaiev.

Omri will begin his Military service in the IDF Orchestra soon.
Omri is a recipient of scholarships from the AICF for percussion, for 2020/21.

Omri Elbaz


Netanya, Israel
Grant Recipient