When Eden’s mother was pregnant with him, his father would take a speaker and hold it against her belly while playing Johannes Brahms Piano Concerto No 2. Eden is pretty sure this is where his love for music, and specifically classical music, all began.
From the very first moment, he was capable of wrapping his hand around a drumstick, there would be no letting go of it.
At the age of eight, he was already performing publicly. When he was 14 he went on his first tour.
Soon after, he was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to perform all around the world learning from one of the most talented and renowned musicians in Israel, Yaron Bahar, who happens to also be his father.
In the army, Eden served in the Israel Defence Force orchestra for two years. Following his service, Eden’s professional career took off. He found himself performing across many continents playing a variety of musical genres and meeting remarkable musicians along the way.
Eden also studied conducting with Professor Rafi Kadishzon, Orchestral Percussion with Tomer Yariv, Drums with Kenwood Dennard, Clayton Cameron, Chris Coleman, John Riley, Steve Gadd, Horacio Hernandez, David Z. Rich, Tabla with Pt. Samir Chatterjee, Djembe and Dundun with Frederick ‘MILO’ Darboh and Sabula Bangura, Cajon with Hagai Leshem, Pandeiro with Joca Perpignan, Timpani with Dan Moshayev, Congas and Bongos with Gadi Seri, Taiko with Nitay Zelniker
Eden’s passion and enthusiasm for new projects are unwavering. Nothing makes him happier than seeing people moving their feet to his drum beat.