Amit Dolberg Pianist, artistic director
Amit Dolberg, is a principal performer of contemporary music in Israel and abroad.
Amit has performed widely in Germany (Spanish Nights Festival), Finland, the USA, England (his British debut was at the Winchester Cathedral), Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary, France, Italy and Poland (Warsaw Autumn Festival) etc.
He also performs frequently in Israel and took part in the Heine Festival, the ACL Contemporary Music Festival, the White Night Contemporary Music Festival, Tel-Aviv, performed the opening concert in the Biennale for contemporary music and more.
He frequently records the contemporary repertoire for the Israeli Radio.
He won first prize for best performance of a romantic piece at the Tel Hai Festival 2004 for playing "Pictures at an Exhibition".
Amit has been granted the America-Israel Cultural Foundation Scholarship and the Anglo-Jewish Association Scholarship. Amit has held the Arkin Scholarship for two years.
Amit finished with merit his M.A program with Prof. Ronan Ohora at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London (M.Mus).
Graduated of the Buchmann Mehta School of Music with excellence (B.Mus) and holds a B.A in musicology from the Tel-Aviv University.
He studied with Prof. Georg Sava in Berlin, with Prof. Jonathan Zak and Prof. Emanuel Krasovski in Tel-Aviv.
He participated in master classes with Pnina Salzman, Murray Perahia, Pascal Roge, Claus Helwig, John O'Connor, Sauntrud Speidel, Orsola Opens, and Arie Vardi.
Amit is a faculty member of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance where he conducts as the head of the workshop for contemporary music.
Amit was a member of the Israeli Contemporary Players between the years 2005-2011. He was the artistic director of “Hateiva”, the Israeli center for contemporary music between the years 2009-2011.
Amit is the founder and artistic director of the Meitar Ensemble.