“I never lose, I either win or learn”, Nelson Mandela
Born in Zurich, Switzerland, Enat began her musical journey with classical piano training at the age of three. In her teenage years, she discovered her passion for the art of voice and attended training in vocal Jazz performance. After graduating from high school, she moved to Tel Aviv, Israel, where she served as a bandleader and vocalist of the Israeli Defense Force Band. By the end of her military service, she was accepted with a scholarship at Berklee College of Music, where she studied Contemporary Writing and Production. During her studies, she had the opportunity to work with prominent musicians, such as Tia Fuller, Victor Wooten, Annette Philip, and many more.
Ever since she remembers herself, she has always been enthusiastic working with children in diverse environments, be it as a peer leader in the youth movement or as a music and dance teacher in group settings. Besides providing ethical values such as creative freedom, tolerance and musical expression through music, she uses it as a medium to enhance interactive and communicative skills, and most importantly, joy.