Born: September 18, 1982 Primary Instrument: Flute
Hadar Noiberg, flutist, composer and arranger, was born and raised in Israel and is currently living in New York City.
She attended the music department of Kiriat Sharet high school in Holon, Israel and is about to earn her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the City College of New York. Throughout her years in Israel, Hadar studied flute with Prof. Uri Shoham and Mr. Yossi Arnheim (current principal flutist of the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra) and composition with Mr. Slava Ganelin.
Hadar studied composition and orchestration with Mr. David Del-Tredici and has also been taking private lessons with composers Tamar Muskal and Prof. Adam Silverman.
During her years of study in Israel and in New York, Hadar has composed and arranged music for dance groups that was recorded and performed in numerous festivals in Israel, as well as music for chamber ensembles, big bands and small groups, in various styles. In 2002, her Ladino music group was chosen to perform in the Nessiah Jewish festival in Italy.
Hadar moved to New York at an early age, building a successful musical career by herself. She is a member of two Latin groups that are working in New York City: Charanga Soleil and Coco Mama, and is also very involved in the Brazilian music scene in NYC. Among the venues that Hadar performed at are: Smalls Jazz Club, Dizzy's Coca Cola, the Iridium, Blue Note, Jazz Standard, Sweet Rhythm, Michigan Womyn's Festival, Creole Blues Festival, Midnight Summer Swing festival and many more. Hadar has recently recorded an album of collaboration between herself and the pianist and composer Vladimir Katz which combines compositions of both.
These days Hadar is working on her own project, combining Middle Eastern rhythms and melodies with her rich background in jazz and improvisation. This project is touring nationally and internationally and will soon record a CD.
Awards:ASCAP award for composition
Willing to teach:
Advanced students only.