"Adler’s Resonating Sounds came from a far less familiar harmonic world, exploring abstract instrumental textures and effects in waves of glorious, shifting sound". Alexandra Coghlan, The Independent, 21/8/2014
"The musicians juggle clusters together with echoes and harmonics. They manage to exist, to live through even the sound, which we can almost see it moving on the stage". Martin Arnaud, Backtrack, BBC Proms 46, 21/8/2014
"What blissful harmony they brought with them, too, with Jerusalem-born Ayal Adler's Resonating Sounds ..Adler's Resonating Sounds is a spider's web of delicately played instruments". Jeffrey Taylor ,Sunday Express, BBC Proms 46, 24/8/2014
"Resonating Sounds by Ayal Adler proved to be a shimmering processional, confidently deploying a very large orchestra." Nick Kimberly, The Evening Standard, 21/8/2014
Ayal Adler is one of Israel's leading composers. He is internationally active and his works are being performed worldwide. His ouvre includes music in various genres, including solo, chamber, vocal and orchestral. His orchetsral works were commissioned and performed by Daniel Barenboim and the West- Eastern DIVAN Orchestra; Zubin Mehta and Israeli Philharmonic, and others. His music was performed at the BBC Proms- Royal Albert Hall; Lucerne Festival; Salzburg Festival, and other venues.
His works were commissioned by the Jerusalem International Chamber Music Festival; West- Eastern Divan Orchestra; Jerusaelm Symphony Orchetsra: Adele and John Gray Endowment Fund; Israel Camerata Orchestra; Jerusalem Music Center; America- Israel Cultural Fund, etc. Mr. Adler has received many awards, including the Prime Minister Composers' Awarad ; The "year achievement" award (Acum prize), and others. He served as Composer-in-Residence for Meitar Ensemble from 2006-2012. In adition, he was nominated Composer-in-Residence for McGill University Symphony Orchestra. His music is published by the Israeli Music Institute (IMI) and the Israeli Music Center (IMC).