Be’eri Moalem was born in Jerusalem and grew up in the small desert village of Kfar Adumim. He learned to play the violin in public school at the age eight when he first moved to Portland, Oregon. Later settling in Palo Alto, Be’eri studied violin with William Whitson, conductor of the Palo Alto Chamber Orchestra. He attended the San Francisco Conservatory of Music where he studied with Paul Hersh and Jodi Levitz. Graduating in just three years, he went on to perform with the San Francisco Chamber Orchestra, Monterey Symphony, Fresno Symphony, as
Concertmaster with with the choral ensemble Viva la Musica, Stanford Symphony, Barbaresco Classica (Italy), and many others.
In 2008 he studied composition with Pablo Furman at San Jose State University. His electroacoustic composition,
Harold in California
award. In 2010 the Palo Alto Chamber Orchestra played his composition, Wadi
on tour in Turkey. Many of his orginal compositions have been performed by the
San Francisco Composers Chamber Orchestra, San Jose State University Orchestra, Fremont Symphony various local chamber ensembles.