The Meitar Ensemble, founded in 2004 by artistic director Amit Dolberg, has established itself as a prominent array of virtuosos specializing in contemporary music. Over the past ten years they have commissioned and premiered over 200 new works. Based in Tel-Aviv, they have been featured at some of the most prestigious venues worldwide, including the Centre Pompidou (Paris), the Purcell Room (London), the Radial System (Berlin) and more. They regularly collaborate with renowned composers including Fabian Panisello, Mark Andre, Philippe Leroux (composer in residence) and Matthias Pintscher.
They have been acclaimed for their significant contribution to the development of Israeli culture and music, receiving the Binyaminy Award (2006), Partosh Award (2008), and the Landau Award (2010).
The Meitar Ensemble is ensemble in residence at the Israel Conservatory of Music, Tel Aviv.