Eran Sachs

Eran Sachs, Music Installation. Sachs works as composer, improviser, sound-artist and curator in Jerusalem and Jaffa. Sachs holds an MFA from Bard College, NY.  He has presented his works at international festivals such as Transmediale/CTM (Berlin) and Festival for Jewish Culture (Krakow), as well as spaces and platforms such as TATEmodern, Café Oto (London), Berghain (Berlin), Melkweg (Amsterdam), Swiss Institute, and Issue Project Room (New York). Sachs has given lectures at institutions such as New York University, Den Haag's Institute of Sonology, Edinburgh University and many others. His work Studio with sculptorEytan Ronel was awarded the Excellence Award by the NY International Fringe Festival in 2001. Since 2008 Sachs is the director of the international music program at the Musraramix festival, organized by the Naggar School of Photography, Media and New Music, where he has been teaching for the past 12 years. Along with sound poet Alex Drool, Sachs is the co-curator of “Primate Arena” – a nomadic platform for experimental, free and out there music which has been running since 2008. Currently, Eran Sachs works as the content editor and musicologist of the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, IBA.