Liron Man is an Israeli world music musician and composer.  He is widely considered one of the most influential figures in the world of handpan, and often known for his musical skills and speed; in China, he has been affectionately called “guishou” (ghost hands).  Liron incorporates elements of various forms of world music into his pieces, including African, Eastern European, Latin, Asian, Middle Eastern, flamenco, and also jazz, pop, rock, heavy metal, classical music and more.

Born on December 19th, 1985, to a supportive and loving Israeli family, Liron’s musical journey started at age 6, and began performing in concerts since age 10.  He began composing his own pieces in the year 2000, and has been receiving media attention globally since 2010.  His 2013 album with 19 other musicians from around the world continues to sell thousands of copies, as he is working on his solo album and a project with a whole new set of ethnic musicians.  

As a self taught handpan musician and musical genius, Liron’s work is a reflection of our global world and the richness of cultures and heritages, his passion for
authentic expressions, an inspired journey to learn about one another, and is filled with wondrous musical delight, touching the hearts of all his audience.  

Since he first encountered Yishama Pantam, Liron strongly believed in it’s great future, as of now, Liron uses exclusively Yishama made instruments for already several years.