Eden Lorenzen was awarded a scholarships by Zefunot Culture in 2015 and 2016.
Born in Israel in 2000, Eden began playing the Piano aged 6 under the guidance of her mother, the Pianist Batia Steinbeck-Lorenzen. Later, she studied at the Israeli Conservatory under the tutelage of Madeleine Aufhauser and Adina Wertheim.
From 2012 to 2016, she studied in parallel and cooperation with Mrs. Daria Monastyrsky, and Dr. Vadim Monastyrsky. In 2017, she started to study with Victor Derevianko and Natasha Tadson.
Prizes: Aged 10, first prize winner of “Virtuosi” festival competition in Connecticut, USA, and first prize winner of the concerto competition of that festival. Karl Adler international competition, Stuttgart, Germany (June 2014), 2nd prize Piano Forever competition, Ashdod (2014 and 2016), first prize Tel Hai international masterclasses (2016) Israel and fifth prize in the Voice of Music Competition, Israel (2016). She received a prize in the Israel Ministry of Culture’s Young Musician Competition in 2017.
As of summer 2013, a regular participant in “Schlern” Festival (Italy), where she has been giving concerts and participating in open Master classes with great Masters such as Paul Badura Skoda, Tames Unger, Frank levy, Tatiana Gerasimova and many more.
Eden has participated in master classes guided by Louis de Moro Castro, during “Virtuosi” Festival in the USA, in which she also gave many public concerts, as a soloist with orchestra, as well as chamber music concerts in several halls in Connecticut, USA.
Since 2014. Eden has been participating in the piano program at the Aldwell Center, Jerusalem, in which she receives lessons and Master classes, guided by well known pianists and teachers, on a regular basis.
Eden is a recipient of the America-Israel Cultural foundation since 2012 and Zefunot Culture Scholarships 2015 and 2016.