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Eran Fink

Eran (Musician | Composer) was born in Petach Tiqwa, Israel. He was accepted to Israel's most renowned jazz program at the Thelma Yellin High School of the Arts. In his senior year, Fink was selected to be the drummer of the school's Big Band to perform at the International Association for Jazz Education Convention, held in New York City. He continued his studies at Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music as part of a joint program with Berklee College of Music. In 2008, Fink performed at the Red Sea Jazz Festival, representing the Rimon-Berklee joint program. He was awarded a scholarship to study at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA where he studied with such greats as Terry Lyne Carrington and Hal Crook. His jazz composition, "Blues for Gil," featured in a student-run Jazz Revelation Records compilation album. He completed his BFA in music performance in 2011, graduating with the highest honor. Upon graduation, he moved to New York City to continue pursuing his musical career. In New York, he has been active in the local music scene, performing in clubs such as Smalls Jazz Club, Brooklyn Bowl, and Cornelia Street Café. Fink is currently involved in multiple professional musical projects scheduled to perform in New York and abroad.