Sharon Tadmor, soprano
In 2016 Sharon Tadmor graduated with excellence from Thelma Yellin High School of Arts, and in 2021 she obtained her bachelor’s degree at the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music.
She received several scholarships for opera and early music singing from the America- Israel Cultural Foundation, and from the university of Tel- Aviv. She obtained the first prize in the Lied competition at the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music, and the third place in Paul Ben Haim competition of 2020.
She participated in the chamber choir of Buchmann-Mehta school of music as a soloist with pieces such as Magnificat and the Mass in B minor by Bach, and pieces by Buxtehude and Schnitke. She participated in the Israeli Vocal Arts institute’s summer program for young artists. She performed with Barrocade ensemble as a soloist with pieces such as “Te Deum” by Charpantier, and cantatas by Bach and Mendelssohn. She performed with Phoenix ensemble as a soloist in “La Caduta Dell’angeli” by Rossi. In the yearly Buchman Mehta school productions she performed as Pamina in “Die Zauberflote”, and as Ms. Gobineau and Ms. Pinkerton in the operas “The Medium” and “The Old Maid and The Thief” by Menotti. She performed as a soloist with the Israel Chamber Orchestra in a children concert of Bach.
Since September 2021, she is Artist in Residence a the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, under the guidance of José van Dam and Sophie Koch.