Herut Israeli graduated from the Tel Aviv Academy of Music where she earned its Mozart Prize. She continued her studies at the Conservatoire National du Paris where she graduated with honors, receiving the Premier Prix.

Winning the Arthur Rubenstein Prize given by the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Ms Israeli appeared as a soloist with that orchestra.

Ms Israeli has performed in many venues, in solo recitals, collaborating with leading instrumentalists and in concert with orchestras in Israel and abroad. She has performed in West Berlin, 1983, and toured Argentina, Brazil, Perú and Colombia.

Violinist Haya Livny and Herut Israeli formed Duo Avivit, and together toured México, 1993, Croatia, 1999,  and  France, 2000.

In 2001 and 2004 Ms. Israeli performed in various venues in the United States of America.

In 1993 and 1997 Ms. Israeli participated in the international seminars for contemporary music held in Israel’s Hed Music Center.

Herut Israeli has released a number of CDs.

In 2003 a piano solo CD, Psanterin Anthology of Israeli Music for Piano, produced by the Israeli Composers Union, ACUM.

In 2004 Israeli and International Pearls, another solo piano CD featuring the works of women composers, Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann and Yardena Alotin.
That year she collaborated with violinist Eliyahu Schulman in Prayer and Tune – Jewish music for violin and piano.

In 2006, collaborating with a young pianist, Haggai Yodan, produced Piano 4 Play music for piano duets and two pianos.

In 2009 she released the disk OPUS 1: unknown Opus 1 compositions.

In 2012 she released the disk Beloved Miniature Pearls: well known beloved pieces.