Noa Chorin





It is a mistake to think that the practice of my art has become easy to me.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Don't only practice your art, but force your way into its secrets.

Ludwig Van Beethoben

To send light into the darkness of men's hearts - such is the duty of the artist.


Noa Chorin


The Israeli Cellist Noa Chorin was born in Kibbutz Ayelet-Hashachar.
Started playing the cello at age 9 with Mr. Uri Chen and later on with Mr. Hillel Zori, with whom she studied her Bachelor of Music at the Buchman-Mehta School of Music in Tel Aviv university and graduated with excellence.
Further studying with Mr. Zvi Plesser (Israel) and Prof. Josef Schwab (Germany).
Recently she graduated with highest honor her Master degree with Prof. Stefan Forck at the Musikhochshule “Hanns Eisler”, Berlin.
Ms. Chorin took part in master-classes with well known cellist as Prof. Usi Wisel, Prof. Bernard Greenhouse, Prof. Janos Starker, Prof. Wolfgang Boettcher, Prof. franz Helmeson among many others.
As an active chamber music performer, she participated in many music festivals in Israel and Europe such as the Chamber music festival of the young outstanding musician unit at the Jerusalem music Center "Mishkenot Sha'ananim", International Cello Congress in Israel, Rolandseck Chamber music festival, The Voice of Music in the Upper Galilee Chamber Music Festival (Israel), “Serenata Berlin” festival (Spain), “Vareler Hafen” music festival and Wiesel music festival (Germany); there she also performed as a soloist with the “Israeli young Kibbutz Orchestra” and the “Wiesel Festival Orchestra”.
Since 2005, Ms. Chorin is a member of the “West Eastern Divan” Orchestra directed by Daniel Barenboim, who also granted her studying scholarship (2005-2009).
She played with the Staatskapelle Berlin, Germany State Opera as an academist from 2009 until 2012.
Ms. Chorin has won several scholarships such as the “American-Israel Cultural Foundation” for cello performing (1999-2009) and chamber music (1999-2001), The “Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now foundation”, Berlin (2013), the “Friend’s Association of the Hanns-Eisler Musikhochschule” (2012-2013) and “Germany Scholarship”.
Ms. Chorin has won the third price in the “Ben-Haim” competition, and the third price of the “Buchman-Mehta School of music “competition.
She is a member of the “Israeli Galil Trio” for Clarinet, Cello and Piano since 2013 and The “Reinhart Trio” for Violin Cello and Piano since 2012.
Since January 2015 Noa is a member of the Israeli Symphony Orchestra Rishon LeZion (Israeli Opera Orchestra).



Adagio und Allegro op. 70 for Cello and Piano

Paul Ben Haim

Third piece from "Three pieces for Cello Solo"

White Days

Leah Goldberg / Shlomo Yidov

Galil Trio

"Words beneath the Trees" Concert

Galil Trio

CARL FRÜHLING / Trio a-moll Op.40


Sonata for Cello and Piano no.5 op. 102/2 D major 1. Allegro


Sonata for Cello and Piano no.5 op. 102/2 D major 2. Adagio


Sonata for Cello and Piano no.5 op. 102/2 D major 3. Allegro


  • Cello lessons for all ages and any level.
    A unique teaching method, adjusted specially for each student according to their needs and ambitions, emphasizing studying and practicing skills.

  • A big satisfying challenge for a teacher is the personal unique bond with every student,
    understanding their personality and picking the best suitable teaching method for each one.

  • I provide efficient exercising and studying habits, focusing on connection and awareness to body and soul.
    We will connect to the music and the instrument, by an integrative and experiential way.