Born in Tel Aviv in 2000, Tom Borrow began studying piano at the age of 5 with Dr. Michal Tal, with whom he studied for 10 years at the Givatayim Music Conservatory. He is currently studying with Prof. Tomer Lev, Head of the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music at Tel Aviv University. Tom is also regularly mentored by aclaimed pianist Murray Perahia through the Jerusalem Music Centre’s program for outstanding young musicians.
Tom has participated in several music festivals, both in Israel and abroad, including the Oxford Piano Festival, UK, “Tel Hai International Piano Masterclasses”, and “Music Fest Perugia” in Italy.
Tom has performed as soloist with all major orchestras of Israel, including the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, the Rishon LeZion Israel Symphony Orchestra and the Ashdod Symphony Orchestra. Tom has also performed on behalf of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra abroad, with the orchestras concertmaster.
Tom regularly plays in chamber ensembles, as part of the Jerusalem Music Centre’s David Goldman program, for young outstanding musicians and has performed in several live broadcast concerts of the Israel Broadcasting Authority.
Throughout the many masterclasses Tom has participated in, he had the privilege of working under the instruction of such prominent artists and pedagogues as Murray Perahia, Andras Schiff, Richard Goode, Menahem Pressler, and Tatiana Zelikman, among many others.
Tom has won several competitions, including first prize at the Israeli Radio & Jerusalem Symphony “Young Artist Competition” in Jerusalem, three first prizes at the “Piano Forever” competition in Ashdod, in three different age categories and second prize in the “Tel-Hai International Piano Masterclasses” Concerto Competition, as well as the audience favorite and best israeli competitor prizes. Tom is also the winner of the Maurice M. Clairmont competition at the Buchmann-Mehta School of music, Tel-Aviv University
Tom has been a recipient of the “America-Israel Culture Foundation” scholarship, with distinction since 2012 and has received a scholarship from the “Tsfunot Tarbut” foundation and the “Ronen” foundation.
Concierto de cuerdas de la Buchman-Metha School
2º entrega del Premio Maimónides
Jueves 8 de Noviembre
Hotel Villa Magna, Madrid.