Former solo flute with the Israel Philharmonic, flutist-conductor Eyal Ein-Habar is currently Flute Professor at the Musikhochschule Münster. Winner of international competitions and awards, Ein-Habar’s international career has brought him around the globe as soloist, conductor and pedagoge.
The Art of listening
We all have 2 ears, and only 1 mouth, for a reason (and not for hanging the glasses).
Come, open your ears and your heart to explore the beauty of the music.
Join an expression that words cannot describe.
The Art of teaching
I love to share my love.
Join me for a journey, exploring yourself, the music and the flute, to meet your true self.
The Art of performing
The Power of now.
After a long preparation and planning, always some unexpected moment occurs.
The Art of Conducting
Connecting the people on stage with the people in the hall, to share a higher human experience.
Here is the part where others speak.
Be it my former students, critics or editors.
Former Flutist at Frankfurt Opera, Rostock Symphony Orchestra, Stuttgart Opera House and Munich Radio Orchestra
Eyal Ein-Habar knows how to spark a genuine interest not only in flute technique, but also in music making. He taught me to take musical risks and I am grateful for the time I had with him as his student.
Principal Flute of the Badische Staatskapelle Karlsruhe, Principal Flute & Piccolo of the West Eastern Divan Orchestra
Eyal taught me not only about technique, style and musicality, but also about respect, humility and kindness.
I wouldn't be where I am today without his outstanding guidance and devotion!
Ensemble Meitar, Assistant principal Flute Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, Teacher at Jerusalem Academy of Music and Israel conservatory
Eyal's mastery of the flute, his intuitive yet highly analytical musicianship were, and still remain, a true inspiration to me. His passion for teaching and his devotion to his students were evident in every lesson.