Shpilman has worked with a variety of performers, orchestras and ensembles including the Ensemble Intercontemporain (Paris), International Contemporary Ensemble (New York),MIVOS String Quartet, IKTUS Percussion Project and Ensemble Moto Perpetuo (New York), Ensemble Meitar and Nikel Ensemle (Tel Aviv), Interface (Frankfurt), AuditivVokal Dresden, El Perro Andaluz (Dresden), Johann Rosenmüller Ensemble (Leipzig), LUX:NM and Ensemble Mosaik (Berlin) and more.
Shpilman received his Masters from the Hfm Dresden with Mark Andre, Manos Tsangaris, FranzMartin Olbrisch, and his Bachelors at the City University of New York with Jason Eckardt and Tania Leon. Recently, his full evening new music-theater work, TIFERET premiered at the Maxim Gorki Theater in Berlin in November 2017. His piece Hedef for large ensemble premiered and won the jury prize at the Heidelberg Spring Festival in April 2013 under the baton of Matthias Pintscher. Ensemble Intercontemporain premiered his large work Iridescent Stasis at La Biennale di Venezia in October 2014 and he was selected to represent Germany at the recent European Capital of Culture, Wroclaw 2016 premiering Destruction for choir and large orchestra. The open-air concert took place on the banks of the Odra river, with attendance of 140.000 spectators.
Shpilman possesses a particular interest in chaotic forms as they are expressed through artistic means. Fascinated by shapes that synthesize the inherent multiplicity of music, while reflecting back a unified vision or idea, he aspires to translate the relationship between structure and volatility to authenticity in performance through compositional process. For him, performers energy should be classified as a compositional category and is highly detailed in his creative process.