Roi Shiloah, violin

Roi Shiloah studied with Mr. Haim Taub and first performed as a soloist with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra at the age of 12. Since then he had performed with numerous orchestras, among them Israel Philharmonic Orchestra on a tour to Europe and Canada, The London Symphony Orchestra, Flandria’s Royal Philharmonic, the Radio Orcestras of Berlin and Frankfurt, The Sofia Philharmonic, The St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, The Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, The Polish Radio Orchestra, The Seoul Radio Orchestra and many others. He had performed in prestigious concert halls such as the Avery Fisher Hall, The Berlin Philarmonie, Wigmore Hall in London, the Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw, The Melbourne Symphony Hall, The Vancouver Albert Hall, Heichal Hatarout in Tel Aviv and others.

He had performed many recitals and is frequently invited to give masterclasses. throughout Europe, Canada, The US, South America and the Far East. Roi is a founding member of The Jerusalem Trio, considered today to be one of the world’s Chamber Music ensembles. He plays a violin on loan from the Raitman Tubert Collection, Mendoza, Argentina.