Ofir Klemperer (born in Israel 1982) is a pianist, composer, improviser, singer/song writer, and producer.
He received his Bachelor and Master degrees in music composition at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, the Netherlands.
Leaning heavily on the analogue synthesizer the Korg MS-20, Ofir’s music is melodic in its core, and through orchestrating classical instruments along with punk-rock and electronics, he applies to his melodies an experimental approach and Noise.
Ofir’s music has been performed internationally, selected cities include: Tel Aviv, Amsterdam, Belgrade, Brussels, and Sao Paolo. His work has been featured at Bolzano Jazz Festival in Italy, and MATA Festival for new music in New York City.
Ofir is currently located in Atlanta, Georgia.
In Ofir’s lessons, students play piano and keyboards, train their ear, read and write music notation, invent music, twist knobs (the future is here!), record in channels, and work with music software.
Ofir is practicing musicianship with his students, with emphasis on innovation. He is offering a path to the music world as a whole, regardless genre, for all ages and levels.
In addition to composing and performing music, Ofir is a fan of action and comedy films and series. He likes being in nature, and spending time with his wife Kate, and their cat Frida-Nikita-Lovita-Velvita.
Ofir received his Bachelor and Master degrees in music composition at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, the Netherlands.