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Shlomi Shaban is a graduate of the Thelma Yellin School for the Arts, and the London Royal College of Music, which awarded him an honors diploma as a pianist-artist.
In parallel to his great success as a classical pianist, Shlomi gradually began exploring different musical scenes. The year 1998 was a turning point for him, when he shifted his artistic focus to rock and popular music. His debut album at age 23, featuring his own compositions, was received with great acclaim by critics and audiences alike.
In recent years Shlomi has often been invited to take part in special projects, all resulting in great praise for his unique, diverse talent and original approach. In 2001, Shlomi put on a one-man show for the Tel Aviv Piano Festival with unusual arrangements of both his known songs and new ones. The show, which had been planned as a one-time event, became an ongoing tour.
In 2002 he initiated a "piano event" - a joint performance with Israeli rock star Rami Fortis. In 2003 Shlomi paired up with musician Eran Zur for an ongoing tour of "He and He", and has started to compose music for theater, television and movies.
Last year shlomi released his long awaited second album - "Ir".