Israeli Pianist, Dani Shraibman, began studying the piano at the late age of 14 and half, but within three short years, graduated with honors from the Conservatory of Music in Ashdod, Israel under the renowned professor, Yanina Kudlik. Mr. Shraibman continued studies receiving a Bachelor of Music from the Buchmann-Mehta School at Tel-Aviv University with Maestro Vag Papian, and a Master of Music from Arizona State University with Dr. Baruch Meir. Currently, he is a doctoral candidate under the tutelage of Dr. Meir at Arizona State University and also serves as a Faculty Associate at Arizona State University teaching piano performance, piano ensembles and a special class of Piano Technique. As a composer, he has also studied in Israel with the late Josef Dorfman, and Gil Shohat. Additionally, Mr. Shraibman has appeared and performed in concerts, master-classes and festivals in the US, Israel, and Germany performing for artists such as Daniel Pollack, Dr. Asaf Zohar, Alexander Serdar, Michael Bogoslavsky, Lily Dorfman, Dr. Mark Fouxman and Olga Kern. As a soloist, Mr. Shraibman is the winner of numerous competitions including the Israeli “Ashdod Prize” and “On the Way of the King”, and a special prize from ISAM in Germany, as well as appearing in such international competitions as the Franz Liszt International Piano Competition in Utrecht, Netherlands and the Bösendorfer USASU International Piano Competition in Phoenix, US. At Arizona State University, Mr. Shraibman has been a teaching assistant in the School of Music for five years prior to his recent appointment as a Faculty Associate, and has been performing in concerts with many other students of the School of Music as well as being the accompanist to the vocal studio of Anne Kopta. Highly regarded by the faculty of the School of Music at ASU, Mr. Shraibman is also a keen admirer and a practitioner of music history.