Pianist, conductor, public figure.
He was born in 1942 in Morocco and immigrated to Israel with his parents at the age of two.
He studied at the Tel Aviv Rubin Music Academy, at the Juilliard School in New York at the Department of Orchestral Conducting. He continued his education at the Graduate School of the New York City University of Music Theory, taught music theory at the Manhattan School of Music.
He performed at concerts around the world as a pianist and conductor.
After 9 years of studying and working in New York, he returned to Israel in 1976, where he founded and directed the Conservatory in Eilat.
In 1983, he was appointed Director General of the Israeli Youth Music Association, was elected four times as a member of the leadership of the World Federation of Music Youth in Brussels, Belgium, and in 1996-1998 he was elected president of the Federation.
In March 2013, he founded the Israeli piano quartet Octopus and the family concert series "Tuesdays in the top five" in the music center “Felicja Blumental”
Member of the musical committee "Sal Tarbut Artzi".
He worked as a lecturer in musicology at Tel Aviv University and at the music college Levinsky. He also actively engaged in music education and the dissemination of music for new audiences, mainly as director of the music department in Omanuta Laam.
Until recently, he was director of “Jeunesses Musicales d'Israe”l, as well as president of “Jeunesses Musicales International” in 1996-98. Founder of the Arab-Jewish Youth Orchestra.
"... Wiesel is endowed with sublime musicality and with the soul of the artist who looks at music through his original perception ..." (Haaretz newspaper) Noam Ben Zeev, Ha'aretz