Yaron has over 20 years of experience as a musician, mentor and speaker.
He has been involved in the creation and production of artistic and educational projects across the US, UK, Spain and Israel and was a featured speaker at 2012’s TEDx Jaffa. His performances have been described as charismatic, creatively wild, authentic and inspirational.
Yaron was recently commissioned to create the opening percussion piece of the 2014 World City Tattoo in Derry (UK City of Culture 2013).
Yaron is a longtime collaborator of the world-renowned choreographer Hofesh Shechter and played a leading role in the creation of the Hofesh Shechter Company’s major productions and tours around the world.
He is a member of the trio After They Left, an adventurous experimental musical project which was commissioned to create the sound track for the new piece by John Ross, the New Adventures Award winner 2014. In addition, he was featured as the drummer in albums by Kat May, Kindle Trails and Sasha Titov (Aquarium).
A very important part of Yaron’s love for music lies with teaching. He has delivered workshops, master classes and talks in the US, UK, Spain, Israel, Japan, South Korea, New Zealand and Australia.
Furthermore, Yaron leads various coaching activities that include one to one work, group accountability programs (Press Play) and monthly meet ups in London.
In the past, Yaron worked with many different artists as a drummer, percussionist and background vocalist. One of his main collaborations was with the Tap Artist Sharon Lavi in the creation of the critically acclaimed show Keshev kestzev in Israel that later led to his work as the Musical Director and composer of the company Tapeplas in Barcelona Spain.
Yaron graduated Summa cum Laude (the highest distinction) from the world-renowned Berklee College of Music in Boston, U.S.A in 2003.



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