About Yael Falik

Yael was born in California and moved to Israel at the age of two. She started her musical education at the Kfar Saba conservatory, through the Young National Philharmonic Orchestra, David Goldman Chamber Music Program for Outstanding Musicians at the Jerusalem Music Center, and currently at the Buchmann Mehta School of Music with Mr. Gad Lederman.

Yael played recitals for “Tzfunot Tarbut” foundation with pianist Yeol Eum Son, and in the Tel Aviv University. She played the Mozart Concerto with the Israeli symphony orchestra, and performed in several occasions at the ISA16 at the University of Music and Performing Arts festival. Yael was acknowledged as an Outstanding Musician by the IDF, and played in the ICO, the Polyphony Orchestra and many other prominent orchestras in Israel, including the IPO. Yael participated in master classes with Mor Biron, Richard Galler, Carlo Colombo and others.

Yael won the 1st prize at the Gottfried von Einem Competition at the ISA music festival and received scholarships from the ISA16 at the University of Music and Performing Arts festival, the AICF, the “Tzfunot Tarbut” foundation, in memory of Ben Bornstein RIP from the Kfar Saba Conservatory and from the Keynote Program of the IPO.

Yael Falik

Bassoon, Classical

Kfar Saba, Israel
Grant Recipient