Eden Ladin is an Israeli jazz pianist, composer and bandleader. He began his career in New York in 2008 when he moved to the US to study at The New School. He quickly joined the New York Jazz scene performing at clubs such as The Village Vanguard, Smalls, and The Blue Note. His first album as leader was released in 2017 and features guitarist Gilad Hekselman as well as saxophonist Dayna Stephens. In 2020 Ladin returned to Israel to ride out the Covid-19 pandemic and work on his second album, "Mirage" which was released in 2022.
Eden Ladin's first album, "YEQUM" takes it's name from the Hebrew word for universe. In addition to music, Eden Ladin also writes poetry. Eden Ladin used a dozen different synthesizers on his album "Mirage."
Born in New York in 1987 to Israeli parents who were visiting on a work-study program, Eden Ladin spent most of his childhood in Tel Aviv. His father, Gil Ladin, was a professional drummer who instilled a love for music in him from a young age. Eden began his music education at age 4 on the drums and added the piano to his repertoire at age 8. When he was 14 he shifted his focus to jazz piano and began studying with jazz pianist and educator Amit Golan. Ladin received the America-Israel Cultural Foundation scholarship for jazz performance studies abroad and moved to New York in 2008 to study music at the New School.