Boaz Berney studied traverso with Wilbert Hazelzet in The Royal Conservatory, The Hague, were he graduated in 1999.
He is active in various early music groups, performing music from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries on historical instruments. He is a founding member of several early music groups, including DISCANTVS and baroque orchestra Barrocade, active in Israel as well as the Modena Consort.
In addition to his activities as a player, Boaz also makes copies of historical flutes after original instruments in various European museums, and plays on flutes that he has made himself.  He participates regularly in early music exhibitions in London, Berlin, BostonUtrecht and Vienna.  From 1995 to 1998 he was employed by The Gemeente Museum in The Hague to do research and conservation on the flutes in the collection.
Boaz is also doing research on the history of the renaissance flute, and has been invited to lecture in various symposiums dedicated to the history of renaissance woodwinds.