Born in 2001, pianist Tomer Domani enjoys a vibrant schedule as a recitalist and chamber musician. His character and excellence have led him to play on the national Israeli classical music radio station and on the national Belgium TV channel TVCOM.BE.
Domani began his musical education at a young age with Ms. Rita Gotlibovich.
He graduated from Metro-West high school in the summer of 2019 with the highest of marks in music major. He is recognised by the Israeli Ministry of Education and by the IDF as a “Prodigy” in the field of music, a title which is rarely awarded.
The young pianist was awarded the 1st prize in the RMC Spring competition, 2016.
In 2021, he was awarded the second prize in the “Città di San Donà” International Piano Competition, and the first prize in the “Sobrio International Competition for Young Pianists”.
Domani also participated in chamber music festivals such as the “Caćeres International Music Festival” (2017, 2018), the “Musica Mundi Chamber Music Festival and Course” (2018, 2019, 2021), and the SJMW competition (2021, as an accompanying pianist).
He was awarded a scholarships from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation (2018-2021), and from the Swiss foundation “Rahn Kulturfonds” (2021).
Domani has had masterclasses with world renowned musicians, such as: Peter Frankl, Sonia Rubinsky, Gilbert Kalish, Jerome Lowenthal, Sandro D’onofrio, Natalia Trull, Olga Pashchenko and Jacques Rouvier.
He gave his first solo recital in Switzerland in the “Sobrio Villaggio della Musica” Festival, in 2021.
Since 2019, Domani has been studying with Prof. Nora Doallo at the “Conservatorio della Svizzera italiana” in Lugano, Switzerland.