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Bracha Bdil (1988), is a composer, conductor, and pianist, winner of the Prime Minister's Award for Composition (Israel, 2022) and the ACUM Award (2019). Her repertoire spans different mediums including orchestral music, chamber, vocal and electronic music. 

Bracha's compositions have won several first prizes, among them: MaestrosVision Awards International Composition Competition, China (2022); The International Symphony Orchestra Composition Contest named after Michal Kleofas Oginski, Molodechno, Belarus; The Electo Silva International Choir Festival, Santiago de Cuba; Donne In Musica XVIII Composition Competition, Belgrade; the VIII and the IX International Piano & Composition Competition, ULJUS, Smederevo, Serbia (2021); the Wolf Durmashkin Composition Award, Germany (2018) and the Yardena Alotin Composition Competition, Bar-Ilan University, Israel (2016).

Bracha's composition Yizkerem (May Our Lord Remember Them), for a cappella choir, represented Israel at the Asian Composers League Festival, Taiwan (2018). Yizkerem was also awarded a prize in the III International Composer Competition “New Music Generation", Kazakhstan (2021) and in the International Choral Writing Competition named after A.D Kastalsky – Moscow (2018).
Bracha Bdil is a member of the Israel Composers' League, her works are broadcast on the Israel Radio Voice of Music program and published by the Israel Music Institute. 
Bracha has been a lecturer for the faculty of music at the Levinsky College of Music Education, the Jerusalem College, and at the Ron Shulamit Conservatory, she has also worked as a pianist in dance classes at the Wingate College and in theater performances. Beginning in the fall of 2018, Bracha became the artistic director and chief conductor of the Zmora Women's Orchestra in Jerusalem.

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