Tali Tadmor began her musical career at the age of six, when she enrolled in Tel Aviv’s Israeli Conservatory for Music. Currently, Ms. Tadmor is pursuing a Doctorate in Music at the University of Southern California; she is majoring in Keyboard Collaborative Arts (KCA) and working as a Teaching-Assistant. At USC, Ms. Tadmor has been the recipient of various awards and scholarships; she has been granted the KCA Departmental Award for the past three years and was recently named the Composition Department’s Most Valuable Player in recognition of her contributions to young composers and new music. Ms. Tadmor has performed with musicians such as soprano Hila Plitmann, soprano Ayana Haviv, and cellist Daniel Rothmuller. She has performed with various ensembles including the Los Angeles Jewish Symphony concert at the Ford Theatre, and the Los Angeles Gay Men's Chorus concert series at the Alex Theatre in Glendale. Recent engagements include concerts with the American Youth Symphony, The USC Thornton Symphony, The USC Thornton Chamber Orchestra, USC’s Contemporary Music Ensemble at Disney Hall, and the Eric Whitacre Choral Invitational in China’s Forbidden City in Beijing. Most recently, Ms. Tadmor toured Italy with the Azusa Pacific University Choir and Chamber Orchestra (UCO), with performances in Rome, Lucca and Venice. Upcoming engagements include a chamber music recital with members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as a recital with the Synergy Ensemble, sponsored by the Jewish Center for Culture and Creativity. Ms. Tadmor received a Masters in Music with honors from USC and a B.Sc. from UCLA. Her teachers include Kevin Fitz-Gerald, Bernadene Blaha and Israeli pianist and legendary pedagogue, Malka Mevorach.