Israeli born pianist-composer Eyal Lovett creates a wide range of music. Although classically trained, he is deeply immersed in the jazz tradition, as well as in the diverse music located in Israel and the Middle East.
Eyal is a former student of renowned teachers such as Sarah Tal, Rachel Feinstein (classical music), Amit Golan, Ofer Ganor, Omri Mor, Yuval Cohen and Alon Yavnai (jazz). He is an award winning alumni of the first class of the prestigious joint program for exceptional jazz students of The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, and The Israeli Conservatory. He later continued his education in New York, at the New School, where he was fortunate enough to study with musicians such as Sam Yahel, George Cables, Hal Galper, Ari Hoening, Jane Ira Bloom and many more. Eyal's debut album - Let Go was released in November 2013. The music is a blend of original compositions, jazz standards and israeli music. Eyal has toured with his trio in Denmark, Berlin, Poland nd Israel, playing in different venues, including the renowned Aarhaus International Jazz Festival. He is also a member of the Kenneth Dahl Knudsen Quintet, and has toured Denmark, Poland and Germany. He also performed with the Martin Seiler quartet at the Bern International Jazz Festival. Eyal had played and shared the bandstand with musicians such as Peter Bernstein, Michal Cohen, Noam David, Yuval Cohen, Anat Cohen, Kenneth Dahl Knudsen, Noam Israeli, Maxence Sibille, Ramiro olaciregui, Malte Schiller, Ilia Skibinsky, Thomas Oakman ,Dvora Davis, Gabi Gelman, Daniel Dor, Jeremy Breuere, Jess Koren, Udi Kazimirski and many others.