Uri Netanel was born in Jerusalem and lives near Tel Aviv, Israel. Uri studied music at the Rubin Academy of Music and Dance in Jerusalem and at the Tel Aviv Academy of Music, graduating with a Master’s degree. Among his teachers were prof. Zvi Avni, prof. Yitzhak Sadai, prof. Leon Schidlowsky (composition) and prof. Shmuel Magen (‘cello). In his catalog of works are songs, chamber music, orchestral and choral music.
Won a golden medal at the 5th World Art Games Festival in Belgrade for his musical activity.
Was awarded a diploma of 1st degree laureate in composition in the International Virtual Music Festival Competition “Gates of Hope”.
Release of new recording of Uri Netanel’s “Daydreaming (Stirring in Porridge)” for Guitar solo, played by Reuben Seroussi, sponsored by the Israeli League of Composers.
November 16th, 2019 in L’entrela – Cultural Center Of Evere, Brusselles: Géraldine Fastré, clarinette and Bruno Ispiola, violoncelle premiered Uri Netanel’s two Miniatures. The concert, entitled Osmose Intermezzo, included 54 other one-minute pieces for clarinet and cello by composers from around the world, The concert will for the duo. Artistic director: Danielle Baas.