Lior Lifshitz, 18, began his studies with Dr. Dror Semmel and is currently studying with Prof. Tomer Lev at The Buchmann-Mehta School of Music. Lior made his debut as a soloist already at the age of 10 with The Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, and since then performed with many other orchestras such as The Israel Philharmonic, the Rishon Lezion Symphony, the Jerusalem Camerata, Tel Aviv Soloists Ensemble and more. He also performed on behalf of the Israel Philharmonic and The America-Israel Cultural Foundation in concerts abroad.
Lior has won awards in many competitions in Israel, including the first prize in 2020 at “The Young Artist” competition, as well as the "Israeli piece performance prize”, the first prize in 2015, 2018 and 2021 in the “Piano Forever" competition in Ashdod, and the first prize in "Clairmont" competition (2022). He Plays regularly in master classes for Maestro Murray Perahia at the Jerusalem Music Center, where he also studied theory and played in various ensembles.
Since the age of 11, he has been awarded scholarships with outstanding honors by the America-Israel Cultural Foundation, the Israel Conservatory of Music – Tel Aviv, “Secrets of Culture” and the “Ronen Foundation”.