Flautist / Recorder player
Zefunot Culture introduced Evyatar to its audience and awarded him a scholarship in 2016.
Born in Haifa, Israel in 2001, Evyatar Baruch began playing the recorder at the age of six tutored by his parents. He continued studying recorder with Ms. Mira Trifman and later with Naomi Rogel.
At the age of 12 Evyatar began playing the flute, studying for a year with Ms. Adi Kayser, and then short periods with Ms. Hagar Shahal and Ms. Ella Haikin. Since then he has been studying with Mrs. Anna Gavrilov at the "Dunia Weizman Conservatory of Music". Evyatar also studies piano with Mrs. Marisa Metzker.
As part of the activities at the Reut School for Arts, Evyatar participates in the brass band, chamber orchestra and Baroque ensemble. He is also a member of the National Wind Orchestra, and the Bnei HaKibbutzim Orchestra.
Evyatar has received scholarships in memory of Mrs. Sara Rabinovich, The Jonathan Levene Music Scholarship (JLMS), the America-Israel Culture Foundation (2015 for flute and 2016 for Recorders), The Haifa Culture Foundation and Zefunot Culture.
He has performed as a soloist with the Israel Stage Orchestra and in the Oneg Shabbat Concerts at the Haifa Chamber Music Society.
Evyatar received first place at The British Flute Society’s international competition in 2015 and In 2016 he won first place at the national woodwind instrument competition in Kfar Saba.