Eyal Ein-Habar was born Israel. He has served as assistant principal flute of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra since 1997 and since 1999 has taught flute at the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music in collaboration with the IPO at the Tel-Aviv University. Since 2009 he has head of Winds & Percussion department.
A prizewinner in various competitions in Israel and abroad, he received the America-Israel Cultural Foundation Scholarship between 1983 and 1996. He has appeared as soloist with all major Israeli orchestras and with orchestras in the Netherlands, Canada and Japan. He has presented recitals internationally and has performed chamber music in festivals and concert tours in Israel, Europe, North and South America, and Canada. He has toured Canada as soloist and chamber musician with the Quebec Symphony Orchestra and I Musici de Montréal.
Mr. Ein-Habar is a founding member of the Israel Woodwind Quintet. He recorded three CDs with the Quintet and 4 with the Israel Flute Ensemble for Centaur, Meridian, IMI and others.
Recently dedicated to conducting, he has been assistant conductor of the Haifa Symphony Orchestra and has performed as soloist and conductor with orchestras in Israel, germany and Colombia, including the Israel Philharmonic . Ein-Habar has participated in the conducting class of David Zinmann at the prestigious Aspen Music Festival.
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