” ...Ein-Habar is an artist with presence, personality, and impeccable performance…” (Yossi Schiffmann, Globes)
Former solo flute with the Israel Philharmonic, flutist-conductor Eyal Ein-Habar is currently Flute Professor at the Musikhochschule Münster. Winner of international competitions and awards, Ein-Habar’s international career has brought him around the globe as soloist, conductor and pedagoge.
Eyal had his Debut as soloist with the Israel Philharmonic under Zubin Mehta at the age of 18. Shortly after he shared the stage with Jean-Pierre Rampal as co soloist on a concert tour. A most memorable debut in Carnegie hall, Disney hall (LA) and other venues, highly praised by the american press, under Gustavo Dudamel and the Israel Philharmonic.
He appears regularly both as a soloist and as a conductor with all the major Israeli orchestras, including the Israel Philharmonic, as well as with numerous orchestras around the world. He gives international recitals and master classes and has appeared in chamber music festivals and concert tours in Israel, Europe, North and South America and Canada. He was a jury member of the Concours de Genève as it celebrated its 75th anniversary.
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A Word from my former Students
"It is very clear that besides being a great flutist, he is also an incredible teacher who can truly see the students' weak and strong points and help them unlock their true potential. He knows how to spark a genuine interest not only in flute technique but also in music making. During my studies with him and also due to his musical support I have won many competitions and had amazing opportunities of playing as a soloist with numerous orchestras including the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. He is a very motivating and experienced pedagogue."
- Margarita Timoshin, former flutist at Frankfurt Opera, Rostock Symphony Orchestra, Stuttgart Opera House and Munich Radio Orchestra
"I have had the honour and privilege to study with Prof. Eyal Ein-Habar for my B.Mus degree in Tel Aviv.
Eyal taught me not only about technique, style and musicality, but also about respect, humility and kindness. I wouldn't be where I am today without his outstanding guidance and devotion!"
- Tamar Romach, Principal Flute of the Badische Staatskapelle Karlsruhe, Principal Flute & Principal Piccolo of the West Eastern Divan Orchestra
“Eyal was my teacher at a crucial stage of my studies and had a significant role in my becoming a professional musician. His mastery of the flute, his intuitive yet highly analytical musicianship were, and still remain, a true inspiration to me. Eyal’s explanations were always clear and informative on all topics from technique to style, and his passion for teaching and his devotion to his students were evident in every lesson. ”
- Hagar Shahal, Ensemble Meitar, Assistant principal flutist Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, Teacher at the Jerusalem academy of music and Israel conservatory, Tel Aviv