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Alon has written for ensembles all over the globe including The Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra (Philippines), The Tel-Aviv Soloist Orchestra, Musica-Nova Consort and The Contemporary Israeli String Quartet (Israel), The New England Conservatory Composers Orchestra, The New England Wind Ensemble, The M.I.T Festival Orchestra, The Slee Sinfonietta (U.S), The Rutgers Symphony, The Yokohama Festival Orchestra (Japan), The Savassi Festival Ensemble (Brazil).


His Chamber pieces has been commissioned by Barge Music, Mise-En Ensemble, New Thread Saxophone Quartet, Imani Wind Quintet, The Israeli Contemporary String Quartet, Con Vivo Music Ensemble, Talujon Percussion Ensemble, Keats String Quartet, Four Corners Ensembe, Fair Trade Trio, Caught in a snare Quartet, Tesla String Quartet, Mivos String Quartet, The New Vocal Ensemble, Ekmeles Vocal Ensemble, Helix Chamber Orchestra, Tel Aviv Wind Quintet, Atlanta Contemporary Ensemble, Radnovsky Saxophone Quartet, Manhattan Wind Ensemble, NY Andalus Ensemble.  


Alon released 10 Cds under his name on various international labels such as Tzadik, ESP, Naxos, Buckyball (U.S.A), Creative Sources (Portugal), Between the Lines, Challenge (Netherlands), MGN, Enja (Germany), Future Classics (Netherland), Ayler (Sweden).


Principal Composition teachers include: Zvi Avni, Mark Kopytman, Joseph Bardanshvilly (Israel), Michael Gandolfi, Lee Heyla, Lukas Foss (U.S), Masterclasses with Fredric Rzewski, Eric Ewazen, Morton Subotnik, Pierre Boulez, John Harbison and Louis Karchin (June in Buffalo).