Israeli Coloratura Soprano Adi Denner is a current member of the Schweizer Opernstudio, and studies with the Mezzo-Soprano Tanja Ariane Baumgartner. She is a graduate of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance.
Full Roles include Rosina (Il Barbiere di Siviglia- Mediterranean Opera Studio), Queen of the night (Die Zauberflöte) Belinda (Dido and Aeneas) and the leading role of Epponina (Giulio Sabino). The opera Giulio Sabino was performed as a part of the international conference – “Giuseppe Sarti and Late Eighteenth-Century Italian Opera”- that was held in the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance in collaboration with the faculty of Dance.
Roles excerpts include: Nanetta (Falstaff), Gretel (Hansel and Gretel, Humperdink), Gilda (Rigoletto), Adina (L’elisir D’amore), Adele (Die Fledermaus), Nanetta (Falstaff), and Marie (The Ghosts of Versailles).
Adi opened the season of concerts “Concerto for Film” at the Jerusalem Cinematech. The Opening concert was on the subject of the Coloratura Soprano (2016).
She performed in Romania giving a recital as part of the “Viva Vox” festival for young singers (2014).
Was a soloist and member of the Moran Ensemble (2010 – 2011).
Acted and Sang in the musical “Little shop of horrors” by the Lieber music Center in Ramat Hasharon, preforming as “Audrey” in the Youth Musical Festival (2009).
Previous Teachers include: Mezzo-Soprano Zehava Gal, Soprano Nelly Miricioiu, Prof. Marina Levitt and Soprano Rona Israel Kolat.
Coaches worked with: Kamal Khan (the Met), David Gowland (ROH), Felice Venanzoni (Oper Frankfurt), Leonardo Catalanotto (Teatro Bellini), David Harper, Dr. Ido Ariel, Prof. Omer Arieli, Prof. Zvi Zemel, Sonia Mazar, and David Sebba.
Was a finalist in the “Orchestral Competition” at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. Received an “Excellent citation” in the international competition of Josef Zamboki.
Won scholarships for singing from the America – Israel Cultural Foundation consecutively from 2010 to 2017.
She has sung in Masterclasses with Mira Zakai, Rita Dams, Anna Margareta Bragge, Olga Makarina, Ilona Domnich, and Elmar Fulda.