Eran Borovich is A permanent Member of the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra since 2012. Has performed with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (among other works; Britten’s “War Requiem” with conductor Sir Simon Rattle), the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra, the Valencian Opera (among other works; Wagner’s “The Ring of the Nibelung” cycle and “Tristan and Isolde” opera with conductor Zubin Mehta).
He is a regular guest player at the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra including both concerts inIsrael and in international tours.Eran studied with Gabriel Vole in Tel Aviv, and in Berlin with Rainer Zepperitz and Michael Wolf. He has participated in Masterclasses with Ludwig Streicher, Klaus Stoll and Dorin Marc. Eran is actively involved and is demanded as a chamber music player and has performed in the Jerusalem International Chamber Music Festival, the Kfar Blum Festival and with the Israeli Chamber Project. He has also performed as a soloist with the Tel Aviv Soloists Ensemble.
Eran is especially devoted to new music and is a member of the Israel Contemporary
Players. In addition, he has performed with some of the leading ensembles in the field,
including Ensemble Modern Frankfurt, Kammerensemble Neue Musik Berlin (KNM),
Ensemble Resonanz Hamburg, Ensemble Nikel and Ensemble Meitar. He has collaborated with composers such as Pierre Boulez, Mauricio Kagel, Peter Eötvös, George Benjamin, Wolfgang Rihm, and Brian Freneyhough, in addition to having played works written especially for him.
Eran teaches double bass at the Conservatory Next to the Jerusalem Music Academy and is regularly invited as a music instructor at the Jerusalem Music Centre Mishkenot Sha’ananim.