Orit Wolf

Orit Wolf Internationally acclaimed concert pianist, composer, poet and senior lecturer Dr. Orit Wolf’s music career began at 16 when she was offered a full scholarship to Boston University, graduating Summa Cum Laude in piano and composition. Continuing her studies, Wolf accepted an invitation to the Royal Academy of Music in London, where she was awarded the DipRAM and a Master’s degree with distinctions. Wolf earned her Doctorate in Beethoven and Improvisation from Bar Ilan University in Israel.
Wolf’s work has awarded her many international prizes, including The Richmond Competition in Boston, BBC Radio 3 Young Artist Forum, New York’s East & West Artists International, Royal Academy Concerto Competition, the Kahn Award for the Arts, Lilian Davies Beethoven Prize, Kobler Award, Leverhulme and Craxton Trusts, Hattori Foundation Award (UK), American-Israel Cultural Foundation Awards, and the Israeli Council for Culture and Arts Award for best contemporary music solo performance.
Wolf has received the "Artist in Campus" nomination by the Technion for the 2022-2023 year, where she is also lecturing. In 2019, she received the Tel Aviv Municipality 2019 Rosenblum Prize for her outstanding musical achievements and interdisciplinary work in the arts. 2008 she received the prestigious ARAM award from the Royal Academy of Music. In 2010, Wolf was named one of "The Hundred Influential People of the Year" by THE MARKER Magazine (Israel's leading economic newspaper).
Orit Wolf’s classes at the Tel Aviv University School for the Arts were some of the most popular among students from many different faculties. While teaching in her twenties, she developed her successful concert lecture series that has engaged thousands of attendees at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, The Israel Museum, the Haifa Museum, the Jerusalem Theater, and The Rali Museum in Caesarea, among others. Each event hosts renowned guest performers from Israel and abroad and brings together different styles of music and a variety of artistic disciplines, including poets, dancers, actors and painters. Her concert series' includes thousands of subscribers nowadays. Wolf’s ability to create musical ‘mashups’ of the compositions of Beethoven, Chopin and Schubert together with contemporary popular music brings a new experience for a younger audience to appreciate the genius of the Master composers. She thus fulfils her vision to bring Classical music into new realms for larger audiences.
Wolf regularly performs solo, chamber and concerto performances in Israel and worldwide. She performed extensively with the English Chamber Orchestra, the Royal Academy and Amadeus Orchestras and played with all major orchestras in Israel, including the Israel Philharmonic. Wolf regularly records from the standard repertoire and her own original compositions for numerous radio stations, including WGBH, BBC, CBS, CBC, IBO, GLR, NRK and many more.
Wolf has been a guest lecturer at the Royal Academy of Music in London and specializes in Leadership for Stage Performers. She also teaches Business Leadership at the Reichman University (IDC) in Herzliya, Israel and Lahav Center for Management at Tel Aviv University. She is considered one of the top lecturers focusing on Innovation and Creative Thinking in the music and business arenas. She often is invited to lecture, perform or give Master Classes at acclaimed universities around the world and serves as a judge advocate in various competitions. In her vision to guide artists, leaders and businesses to leave a mark on their industry, Wolf was invited to give a TED talk on the interdisciplinary world of Leadership, Art and Innovation, “Play the Keynote of Your Life.” Her widely acclaimed podcasts are available on Apple, Google, and Spotify.


Associations from Liszt, for Clarinet, Viola and Piano Chamber Music / Ensemble4926 Click to View Details
Human's Love, Romanza for Violin and Piano in C Major Chamber Music / Ensemble4924 Click to View Details
Kadenza for Mozart Piano Concerto No. 23 K. 488 in A Major Solo4922 Click to View Details
Light, White and Argaman (Purple Red), for Symphony Orchestra Symphony Orchestra4923 Click to View Details
Memories from a Temple, for Piano Solo4925 Click to View Details