Uzi Heymann was a scholarship recipient in the Rubin Academy of Music in Jerusalem where he studied with Prof. Bracha Eden and Dr. Asaf Zohar. After graduating with a B.Mus in piano performance in 1995, Uzi was invited to study with Prof. Leonard Hokanson at Indiana University where he was granted with an excellence-based scholarship and completed his graduate degree in piano performance in 2000.
Uzi has specialized in chamber music and lieder, and has also performed as a soloist, with orchestra, with various chamber ensembles, and with singers in the U.S.A., Europe, Israel, and Brazil such as regular performances with the Israeli contemporary music ensemble “Kaprizma” and the orchestra piece “Dances” by Louis Andriessen in the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. In addition to Amaryllis Ensemble, Uzi is also a member of the Trio Acoustique, and performs regularly with the Leman string trio. Uzi currently lives in Holland in The Hague, and teaches in the American School of The Hague and the Music Center for Young Musicians of the British School of The Hague.