Tal Even-Tzur, an Israeli pianist, vocalist, and composer with delicate yet modern harmonizations in her playing and her compositions, is an outstanding musician with a promising career ahead.
Even-Tzur’s passion for music began at the age of 8, when she first laid hands on her parents' piano. Intrigued by its sound, she quickly discovered a passion that would drive her to compose and experiment with the instrument.
In the pursuit of musical experiences, Even-Tzur began taking piano lessons with Alona Sagi. After graduating from the music department at Ben-Zvi High School, she continued her studies at the Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music. There she studied with international pianist and composer Alon Yavnai, who encouraged her to work on her compositions and establish her own musical signature.
Watch Even-Tzur's latest video here:
In 2011, Even-Tzur received a scholarship to attend Berklee, where she completed her bachelor's degree and was awarded the Technics Endowed Scholarship for Outstanding Achievement. She has studied with a range of outstanding musicians with worldwide recognition, such as Joann Brackeen, Alain Mallet, and Greg Osby. Even-Tzur was also lead arranger and a performer in Javier Limón's album Promesas de Tierra.
Watch a clip from the Promesas de Tierra project here: