.Eduardo Abramson is the musical director and conductor of the Bel Canto choir, beginning in this position in February 2020

Eduardo Abramson was born in Argentina in 1954. He graduated from the Juan Jose Castro Conservatory specializing in choir conducting and studied guitar, voice, violin, and viola da gamba. He conducted choirs within the Jewish community and many others in classical and folk music concerts. He founded the Buenos Aires Consort that specialized in repertoire from the Renaissance

Abramson immigrated to Israel in 1986 and continued his career as a conductor and singer. In 1987, he joined the Cameran Singers Choir, conducted by Avner Itai. He was appointed conductor of the Chen Ha-Shomron Choir (1992-1997), the Ron Choir of the Petah Tikva Municipality (1997-1989), and conducted the Jonah Choir and the Choir of South American immigrants in Jerusalem. In 1991, he completed a conducting degree at the Rubin Academy in Jerusalem, with teachers such as Aharon Harlap, Mendy Rodan, Zvi Avni, and Mark Kopytman.Abramson joined the Collegium Tel Aviv Choir as a singer and assistant conductor of Maestro Avner Itai. He specialized in playing bandonion in Paris and Argentina, and has performed as a soloist with various ensembles and orchestras, such as the New Israeli Ensemble, the Israeli Chamber Choir Tivon, the National Kibbutz Choir, Music Nova, the Symphoniette Be’er Sheva, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, the Rishon LeTzion Symphony Orchestra, the Israeli Chamber Orchestra, the Ramat Gan Chamber Orchestra, the Raanana Symphony, and the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. Abramson has performed under such prestigious conductors as Daniel Barenboim, Zubin Mehta, Kurt Massur, Gabor Holerung, Andrew Parrett, Noam Sharif, Doron Solomon, Daniel Cohen and many others. In Israel, he founded two ensembles: The Ensemble Latinoamerica ​​and the Tango Bar band, with which he has performed in many concerts of music varying from South American folklore and classical Argentinian tango to the music of Astor Piazzolla. He has performed with orchestras and soloists in Argentina, Chile, Germany, Switzerland, France, Austria, Spain and Japan
Abramson is currently the artistic director at the Herp Alpert Municipal Music Center in Jerusalem and conductor of the Tslilei Zahav choir of the Gilo Community Center in Jerusalem