Emily Siegreich was born in Israel in May 1999. She began her cello lessons in 2010 with Mrs. Lube Rabin at the conservatory of Kfar-Saba. She received an excellence scholarship from the Israeli-American foundation in 2013.
Emily is a Chamber Musician
Emily received a certificate with special distinction in the years 2012-2013, in both solo and chamber music, and has participated in concerts in the Kfar Saba conservatory.
Since 2013 she has been studying at the Thelma Yellin High School of the Arts in Givataaim.
In March 2013 she won the third place at the competition named after Earn Zoltan which took place in Reanna. She was invited to take part in a concert of the America Israel foundation, “Haatid Kvar Kan" in March 2014.
Emily Plays with the Young Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra
In November 2014, she performed as a soloist with the Young Symphony Orchestra of Rannana. Emily is part of the Young Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra, and plays in a quartet through the David Goldman program for outstanding musicians at the Jerusalem Music Center.