About Yuval Herz

Praised by the New York Times for his “haunting and ravishing” artistry, Israeli violinist Yuval Herz made his Lincoln Center debut in 2014 as an honoured laureate of the America-Israel Cultural foundation. He is the recipient of the Audience Prize in Israelʼs prestigious Aviv Competition, and winner of both Israel's Claremont Award and the New England Conservatory's Merit Award.

Yuval Herz is a regular guest leader with leading orchestras in Europe, such as the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Bayerischer Rundfunk Orchester, Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra, Dresden Staatskapelle Orchestra and others. He has worked with conductors Herbert Blomstadt, Vladimir Jurowaski, Daniel Barenboim, Krzysztof Penderecki, Gustavo Gimemo, Michael Stern, Ton Koopman, Steven Sloane, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Andrés Orozco-Estrada, Michael Sanderling and Omer Meir Welber.

An avid chamber musician, Yuval Herz has shared the stage in collaboration with such renowned artists as Gary Hoffman, Guy Braunstein, Viviane Hagner, Amihai Grosz, Karl-Heinz Steffens, Clara Jumi Kang, Samuel Rhodes and many others. He performs and tours regularly as a member of the Manhattan Chamber Players, represented by Arts Management Group. Yuval is a musician for Krzyzowa Music. Born in Jerusalem in 1989, Yuval Herz received his Master’s degree and Diploma at the New England Conservatory, studying with Donald Weilerstein. He holds a Bachelorʼs degree with high honours from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, where he studied with Haim Taub and Michael Gaisler.

Yuval Herz

Violin, Classical

Berlin, Germany
Grant Recipient
Aviv Competitions Winner