Music is in the core of my soul.
The beautiful sounds that one can create while playing wind instruments have been accompanying me ever since I started playing the recorder as a seven-years-old girl in Haifa.
Music has always been for me a means of communication with people. Since childhood I have always enjoyed performing on stage and sharing it with my audience. In various ways, with various instruments: the recorders family, historical oboes, shawms, pipe and tabor… I feel as if I speak to the audience with whichever wind instrument I blow.
I enjoy playing and listening to many kinds of music from different styles and eras.
I like instrumental music very much, where the language of sounds seems on one hand abstract, while on the other hand remains very direct and communicative.
I love groove.
In the past 13 years I have been living in Basel, Switzerland, where I studied and graduated from the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. I have been playing ever since with various ensembles and orchestras, both as a soloist and chamber music player.
I love teaching music to people, with whom I share my knowledge of playing wind instruments and my approach to music making. I have been teaching music ever since 2003 in the desert of Israel. For the past 8 years I have been teaching in Zofingen and in Basel (CH). I also give masterclasses and workshops.
Studying the Alexander Technique in parallel with music making has enabled me to play better, among other major benefits. Now when I am qualifyed to teach it myself, I can share this constructive way of living with other people.
Other things that make me happy: being in nature, sitting with a warm cup of tea on my lap, the desert, good food and cooking, good company, my family.