Gilad Hochman was defined as “one of Israel’s most prominent composers” by Magazine Deutschland and as “a rising star in the classical music world” by France 24. Today, his works are regularly commissioned and performed worldwide by leading musicians, ensembles, choirs and orchestras.
Hochman's music has been played at numerous venues, among them the Berlin Philharmonie, Carnegie Hall, Alte Oper Frankfurt, Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, London's St James's Piccadilly and the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
At 24 years old, he became the youngest ever to win Israel's prestigious Prime Minister's Prize, cited by the committee as “a fascinating, original and colorful creator”. Since then, Hochman's compositions have gained praising reviews from the New York Times, BBC, Deutschlandradio and Haaretz, among others.