Tel Aviv, Israel
Noam Greenfeld – Trombone
Noam was born in Israel in 1991. He began his musical education at the age of ten with piano and euphonium at the Kfar Vradim musical center. At the age of eighteen he started playing the trombone and enlisted in the Israeli Defense Force in the “Outstanding Musician” program. Noam studied with Danielle Morandini at the Jerusalem Academy for Music and Dance, with Micha Davis and Nir Erez at the Buchmann-Mehta school of music, with Andrea Bandini at the Haute École de Musique in Geneva, and later in the Zürcher Hochschule der Künste with David Bruchez.
Noam is currently playing bass trombone in the Israeli Symphony Orchestra and the Israeli Opera. Before that, Noam played as second trombone in the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra and played regularly with the Philharmonia Zurich orchestra at the Opernhaus Zürich. He has also performed on many occasions with most of the professional orchestras in Israel and with the Berliner Camerata.
He won the second prize at the IPV solo competition for bass trombone in Germany (first prize not attributed), second prize at the The Riddes National Concours in Switzerland (first prize not attributed), finalist at the Aviv competition in Israel, first prize at The Buchmann-Mehta School of Music chamber music competition, and scholarships from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation in the years 2008, 2012, 2013 including excellence scholarship in 2015.
Noam participated in masterclasses with musicians like Joseph Alessi, Ian Bousfield, Stefan Schulz, Jesper Busk Sorensen, Jorgen Van Rijen and Michel Becquet.