Massalha Enas, soprano

Massalha Enas, soprano

Was born in Israel. She appeared in concerts at the Carangi Hall in New York and in Tangelwood Festival. She was a member of the Israel Opera’s Opera Studio program, where she sang roles such as Masanka in The Bartered Bride (Smetana), Papagena in The Little Magic Flute (Mozart) and Euridice in Orfeo ed Euridice (Gluck). She received the Apple Hill and the AICF scholarships. At the Israeli Opera she sang the role of The Painter in Half a moon tale (Shenhav).

At the Israeli Opera she sang:
Attila: Camp Prostitute (2004)
Die lustige witwe: Jo Jo (2004)
L'elisir d'amore: Gianneta (2004)
Rigoletto: Countess Ceprano (2005)

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