Serving as assistant conductor to Maestro Zubin Mehta in the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Israeli conductor Ronen Borshevsky Is a prize winner of the Tokyo International Conducting Competition and the Nikolai Malko Conducting Competition in Denmark. He is also a Professor at the Buchman Mehta School of music in the Tel Aviv University.
Mr. Borshevsky regularly conducts Israel's leading orchestras as well as orchestras in the United States, Japan and Europe.
Ronen Borshevsky is the music director of the Gary Bertini Israeli Choir, the Israel Kibbutz Choir and the Jerusalem Oratorio Choir. He has led the "German – Israeli Philharmonie" on a concert tour in Germany, conducting at the Gewandhaus in Leipzig, among other venues.
As a winner of the Koussevitzky scholarship, he was invited to participate in the prestigious conducting master classes of the Tanglewood Music Festival where he studied with Maestro Seiji Ozawa and Bernard Haitink with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. He also mastered under Maestro Hans Graf in Vienna.
Ronen Borshevsky holds an Artist's Diploma in orchestra conducting. Several of his recordings were released in Europe. His CD recording "the seventh gate" under the label Ad Vitam Harmonia Mundi won the Charles Munch award, Grand Prix International, "L'Orphée du prestige lyrique de l'Europe", featuring the Jerusalem Oratorio Chamber Choir.