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Muzik is a creative and nurturing hothouse that broadens the artistic world of the students and stimulates them to approach their craft with a commitment to technical mastery, an awareness of aesthetic and industry standards, and knowledge of trends and developments in the music industry. music school Israeli Students develop a collegiate with other students and artists in which they exchange ideas and form long-lasting professional relationships and friendships.
Muzik is situated in Tel Aviv, Israel’s vibrant metropolis and the heart of the music industry in Israel. Tel Aviv is home to world-class performance halls, museums, and music libraries and to Israel’s hottest nightclubs, cafes, and bars. This city is also host to many musical, cultural, and educational events, all of which broaden opportunities for the students’ professional and artistic growth and enrichment.
The campus is located on Ben Shemen Street, not far from the Azrieli business towers and the Ramat Gan diamond and financial district. Campus facilities include a studio lab configured with high-level equipment and computer software, classrooms outfitted with computers and keyboards, turntable labs, and a performance bar.
The Muzik School faculty is made up of the finest instructors and working professionals in Israel. Members of Muzik faculty are active partners in developing Muzik's challenging and results-oriented curriculum, and consequently, in grooming the next generation of Israeli artists and in contributing to the professionalism, growth, and vibrancy of the Israeli music industry.
Below is a partial list of our faculty:
Ronen Heruti - Director
Ronen planted the seeds of Muzik when he founded the DJ School of Contemporary Music in 1997. He holds a law degree from Tel Aviv University, where he was member of faculty in the Education Department. Ronen is also a DJ, and his passion for music and his dedication to grooming Israel's next generation of artists has driven his goal to create a fully established music school that specializes in music creation and production. Muzik School, the only school of its kind in Israel, is testimony to his success.
Amit Hecht - Academic Director
Amit's experience working in the arts spans over two decades. He studied film in the US, worked in A & R for several labels, and, prior to co-founding the DJ School, directed musical projects for Music Plus, a company that produces music for Israel film and television. Amit has brought his vast experience in all of the arts to designing Muzik's unique curriculum. In addition to serving as academic supervisor, Amit lectures on the history of music.
Roee Ben Sira - Coordinator, Theory, Harmony and Composition Studies
Roee is an accomplished and versatile composer and pianist. After studying classical and jazz piano at the Thelma Yellin High School of Arts, he pursued his BA studies at Berklee College of Music, where he graduated with highest honors. He has performed around the world as a jazz pianist for a variety of jazz ensembles and has composed original music for Israeli dance and theater companies.
Ziv Matushka - Coordinator, Sound Design Studies
Ziv is a producer, engineer, programmer, and composer. He has lent his formidable talents to the albums of some of Israel's platinum pop and rock stars, including Barry Sakharov and Shlomo Artzi. In addition to working on his own projects, he seeks to develop young artists in electronic music through his own label, Bonnamusic. He is the two-time winner of the Shades of Dance Award and, when he’s not teaching or producing, he performs his original music live on synthesizers across Israel.
Ori Lichtik - Coordinator, DJ Studies
Ori’s talents and experience as a drummer have empowered his mastery of the turntables. Ori joined Muzik in 2000 and has developed the track for DJ studies. A virtuoso DJ, he is one of the leading personalities in the Israeli techno scene. He has dj’ed and continues to dj at some of Israel’s leading nightclubs, including TLV, Sofabeat, Dynamo D’vash, as well at a raves and dance parties all over the country.
A graduate of Berklee College of Music, Avi has applied his background in classical music to composing electronic music. He is a pioneering instructor of electronic music production in Israel, and he has been instrumental in making electronic music studies a respected component of music education in academia. He teaches advanced sound design at Muzik.
Eyal is a dj, producer, and composer. His tracks have been released on local and international labels, among them Ministry of Sound. Hailing from Haifa, Eyal has established himself as one of the leading dj’s in northern Israel, where he is currently resident DJ at Hurva. His six years as broadcaster and editor for Israel Radio have added to his already rich experience in the Israeli music industry. He teaches music production at Muzik.
DJ Mesh is one of Israeli’s hottest hip-hop artists and virtuoso turntablists. He was voted best hip-hop DJ in 2004 at the Israeli Hip-hop Championship. DJ Mesh shares his musical tastes and scratching talents at nightclubs and skateboarding events across Israel as well as in the Muzik classroom, where he teaches advanced DJ skills.
Eran is a graduate of the first DJ course offered by the DJ School in 1998. He began spinning in the early 90’s and since then has worked as a dj, teacher, and researcher for dance music in its various expressions, including rock, soul, house, dub, techno and more. He is currently developing a theory of the “groove,” which he teaches and implements in his DJ sets. In addition to teaching and mentoring at Muzik, Eran is the Director of Community Projects at Muzik.
• Writer Performer Vocalist
• Writer Performer Instrumentalist
• Writer Producer
The program is geared to qualify, develop, promote and expose creative musicians, performers, instrumentalists and producers of popular music; to explore the relation between popular music and artistic music; to give the creator the skills and ability to combine art with practicality, creativity with professionalism, technological control with original creation and stylistic independence with high work standards.
The program is aimed for students with musical talent, background and creativity who aspire to be professional full time musicians, prepared to devote their best efforts throughout three years of intensive studies in order to become earning musicians that make music their career.
The study program is structured by general modules that are taught to all Muzik students and modules that are structured specifically for every discipline.
The first year is structured mostly from collective studies for all narratives, and its main intention is to provide every student with the necessary knowledge and tools of music and production foundations through classes, practical workshops and playing groups in order to drive students to write, create, arrange and produce music.
The specialized classes each discipline throughout the first year are as follow:
The second year is designed to allow students to apply and experience in practice all the knowledge they have acquired in the first year. The students are asked to deliver musical products that are backed by a musical rational, a concept and a targeted audience whilst keeping artistic and professional industry standards. The collective disciplines' classes in this year include courses and workshops in the fields of music theory, performance, ear training, composition, arrangement, recording, studio work, programming, mix and production skills.
The specialized classes for each discipline throughout the second year are educated in two formats:
• Musical Groups - through the group's sessions, students develop their performing and composing skills in real time. The groups are based on the principle that all the music they perform and play is original music, written by the students in a challenging and demanding work progress. The group's work is aimed towards mandatory live performances.
• Group Projects - the projects are aimed to allow students to apply all the skills they develop throughout the course- composition, arrangement, performance, recording and the ability to finish the project. These assignments are a year long projects that are based on students compositions to specific briefs in different subjects, the projects are expected to be executed in professional standards.