Born: March 19, 1991 Primary Instrument: Piano
Eitan Kenner is a NY/Boston based pianist, composer, arranger, and songwriter.
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Born in Tel-Aviv, Israel in 1991, Eitan began studying classical piano at the age of 6. Inspired by his father, a well-known musician in Israel, Eitan began studying and expanding upon his musical knowledge and gradually chose to focus on Jazz. At 16, after two years in Thelma Yellin High School of the Arts, he joined Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music on a scholarship and was the youngest ever to reach the finals of Rimon’s “Jazz Player of the Year”.Two years later Eitan graduated with honors and by the age of 18, he’s studied and performed with top Israeli Jazz musicians all over Israel and in Düsseldorf, Germany. In 2010 he relocated to Boston, MA where he attended the prestigious Berklee College of music on a scholarship. He Recently Graduated with honors as a Bachelor of Music Performance. Eitan has studied with Hal Crook, Ralph Peterson, Benny Green, JoAnne Brackeen, Alain Mallet, Dave Santoro ,Ed Tomassi and others. Since moving to the US, he has performed across the East Coast, Including The Kennedy Center in DC, The Jazz Standard club in NY, and the WBGO Studios in NJ.