Rina Schechter

Rina was born in Ukraine

She graduated from the Latvian Music Academy in Riga, where she studied piano with Prof. Valdis Yannisis and an organ with Prof. Larissa Bulava

She immigrated to Israel in 1991. She participated as a soloist and soloist at the Liturgica festivals and the Abu Gosh Festival, accompanied by choirs and soloists. She also made a series of recordings on Israel Radio

She began working in the Jerusalem Oratorio Choir in 2014

At the same time she accompanies piano at the Ron Shulamit Conservatory in Jerusalem

Tavor Gochman

Tavor Gochman began his piano education when he was 7 years old, and later continued as Philip Lurie’s student at the Kiryat Tivon Conservatory. In 2013, he completed his B.Mus. degree in piano performance at Tel Aviv University under Profs. Michael Boguslavsky and Emanuel Krasovsky, as well as in organ under Prof. Alexander Gorin

Tavor has mastered a rich repertoire, including hundreds of solo and chamber works from a wide range of periods and styles, from Baroque to contemporary music, which he performs throughout Israel and abroad

Recently Tavor premiered two chamber operas for piano and singers by Aviram Freiberg based on S.Y. Agnon’s stories “Tehilla” and “The Lady and the Peddler”. In 2015 Tavor joined Octopus – The Israel Pianists Quartet, with whom he toured throughout Israel and Europe. In the field of vocal music, Tavor accompanies several singers and ensembles, including Reut Rivka, Yahli Toren, the women’s ensemble “Alma”, the Ihud Choir, and others. In the past, he has accompanied many choirs, including the Nona Youth Choir, Meggido Choir, and the choir of the Tel Aviv Music Academy

He began working in the Jerusalem Oratorio Choir in 2019

Mira Gal

Born in Tel Aviv and began piano studies at the age of 7. Student of Ms. Esther Narkis, Ms. Polly Asa and Ms. Lena Namirovski.

Graduate of the piano faculty at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. (Student of the late Professor Sonia Wallin.)
BMUS degree from the same academy.

Students of Dr. Gershon Stern. Professor Vadim Monastirsky and Professor Eitan Globerzon. I was a methodical piano teaching assistant for the latter. She was one of the founders of the Workshop Conservatory where she taught piano theory and many years.

Until 4 years ago when she retired she was a cooperator and accompanist in the vocal department at the Academy in Jerusalem.

Today she teaches piano at her home. From 2021 accompanied by the Cantabile Women’s Choir conducted by Talia Kirsch.