A professor of Violoncello, Amir Eldan has been the winner of the Juilliard, Aspen Music Festival, and Cleveland Institute of Music concerto competitions and performed as the Associate Principal Cello, the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. He has performed the Bach cello suites at Bargemusic, Columbia University, ENCORE School for Strings Blue Ribbon Series, Windham Chamber Music Festival, La Sierra University, Indiana University, and abroad at the Tel-Aviv Art Museum and the Jerusalem University, and has performed in the International Chamber Music Festival in Giverny, France, the West Cork Chamber Music Festival, Ireland, and the Open Chamber Music Festival, Prussia Cove, England, amongst others.
- B.M. cum laude, Cleveland Institute of Music
- M.M. the Juilliard School
- D.M.A. Candidate, the Juilliard School
- Studies with Uri Vardi, Peter Wiley, Richard Aaron, and Joel Krosnick