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Eden was born in New-York on December 1987, and raised in Tel-Aviv, Israel. Since his early childhood he was exposed to different kinds of music such as jazz, funk and fusion through his father, Gil Ladin – one of Israel’s leading drummers. At the age of 5 Eden started playing the drums, and by 9 years old he began studying classical piano. Always intrigued by rhythm, at the age of 14 he began studying jazz piano privately with Alec Katz and Amit Golan and switched his principal instrument from drums to piano, while also studying ear training and harmony with Yafim Yoffe. Shortly after, still at his early teens, Eden have already performed with Israel's leading jazz musicians in some of the best venues and festival, and moreover took part in several pop and rock bands who performed nationally.
In August 2008, after winning the “America-Israel Cultural Foundation” prestigious scholarship for jazz performance studies abroad. Eden moved to NYC to attend “The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music” under a scholarship. Since his arrival, he had the privilege to study with renowned musicians such as: George Cables, Reggie Workman, Lee Konitz, Billy Harper, Kirk Nurock, William Parker, Robert Sadin, Charles Tolliver, Sy Johnson, Gerard D’angelo, Jane Ira Bloom, Lee Ann Ledgerwood, Kevin Hays, Sam Yahel, Joanne Brackeen, Vijay Iyer, Doug Weiss, Ari Hoenig, Armen Donelian, Ben Monder, and many more. Eden is slowly building his reputation in the NYC jazz scene and considered as a promising young pianist, he have had performed and/or recorded with artists such as Wallace Roney, Myron Walden, Avishai Cohen (trumpet), Antoine Roney, Darren Barrett, Kimberly Thompson, Mike Clark, Ari Hoenig, Joel Frahm, Eli Degibri, Bill McHenrey, Omer Avital, Mark Guiliana, Dayna Stephens, Donny McCaslin, Gilad Hekselman and Eric Harland to name a few. He played in some of the best venues in the city and in festivals and venues around the USA and internationally.
Notable discography : Wallace Roney - "Understanding"; Philip Dizack - "Single Soul"; Myron Walden - "Momentum Live"