Aronstein Einat, soprano

Was born in Israel. She serves as an Excellent Musician at the IDF. She was a member of the Moran Choir and currently sings with the Moran Ensemble in concerts in Israel and abroad as well as in numerous Israeli Opera productions such as La boheme, Carmen, Werther, Turandot, Tosca, Otello and others. She performed as soloist in numerous Israeli Opera concerts all over Israel. She taught operatic singing and guided young children in many Israeli Opera summer programs. She performed as a soloist with several local orchestras including the Haifa Symphony Orchestra, the Israel Symphony Orchestra Rishon LeZion, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, the Israel Chamber Orchestra, the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and others in a wide repertoire including the solo part in the Andrew Lloyd Webber Requiem, the Zbigniew Preisner Requiem and the Faure Requiem. At the Cameri Theatre she performed the role of the Girl in A Rat Laughs (Ella Sheriff), the young child in Badenheim 1939 and as the daughter of Alexander Penn in Was it a Dream. She dubbed the role of Hermione in the Hebrew version of the Harry Potter films and the role of Shanti in Jungle Book II. She received the America-Israel Cultural Foundation scholarship for 2008-2010. As a soloist she performed several roles with the Israeli Opera including Orit in The Little Magic Flute (Mozart), the Shepard Boy in Tosca (Puccini), Hansel in Hansel und Gretel (Humperdinck), the child in Half a Moon Tale (Michael Shenhav) – a role which was created for her, and one of the children in Die Zauberflote (Mozart). She also performed Bastienne in Bastien und Bastienne (Mozart) in an Israeli Opera production within the Magical Sounds series
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