Guy Maori

Guy Maori performs frequently as a soloist as well as a member of different ensembles. He performed at the Early Music Festival in Utrecht, at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the NPO Radio 4 Festival, the Podium Witteman on Dutch national TV, the Grachtenfestival, at NTR’s Zomerfestival, the Kamermuziek Festival in Hoorn, the Festival Jong Talent in Schiermonnikoog, the Huis te Linschoten, the Hermitage Museum in Amsterdam, among others.

In 2020 he won the first prize in the Grachtenfestival competition with his duo, Duo Zeffiretti. That win was followed by a tour all over the Netherlands. He has also recorded for the Israeli radio and played in music festivals of the Jerusalem Music Center.

Guy Maori was born in Tel Aviv and started playing the piano at the age of eight with Natalia Blumenfeld at the Israel Conservatory of Music. In 2004, he performed with the Israeli Chamber Orchestra. In 2016 he graduated with honors from the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music in Tel Aviv, after studying piano with Asaf Zohar. In 2018 he obtained his Master of Music diploma from the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, having studied under the guidance of Naum Grubert.

During his Master’s in piano performance, his passion and interest in Early Music and historical keyboard instruments were increasing, which led him to pursue another Master’s in harpsichord and fortepiano with Menno van Delft, Kris Verhelst and Olga Pashchenko at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam.

Guy Maori was granted the Holland scholarship as well as scholarships by the America-Israel Cultural Foundation and the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music.

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