Ramat Hasharon, Israel
Tomer Kviatek was born in 2001 in Tel Aviv. He started his piano study at the age of six. At a very young age, discovered a strong interest in composing as well as playing. Today he studies at the Givatayim consevatory in the class of Dr Michal Tal.
During his studies, Tomer participated in many concerts and courses such as ׳Musica Mundi׳, a chamber music course in Blegium, in which he had participated 6 times in a row, played in concerts and received lessons from renowned musicians. Additionally, in March 2018 he was commissioned to compose a chamber piece which was played throughout the month in concerts by professional musicians in Centre de Musique de Chambre de Paris. He also had the pleasure to perform there himself during his visit with another original solo piece, and to receive acclaim from both the audience and the performers.
During his studies, he won several awards such as first prize in the “Take Two!” duo piano competition in Israel in 2012, and the second prize in the “Brother and Sister” duo piano competition in Saint Petersburg just weeks after. Also, in August 2018, he received a biannual excellence scholarship from the AICF for his achievements in piano playing.