About Bavat Marom

Bavat Marom began her artistic journey as a painter, a dancer, and a composition student of Prof. Abel Ehrlich in her native Israel. She traveled to Austria to undertake vocal studies at the Mozarteum in Salzburg and then to the U.S.A. to the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, where she earned a Master’s Degree in Opera. While at Curtis, Ms. Marom performed numerous roles, including Orlofsky (Die Fledermaus), Pauline (Pique Dame), The Sorceress (Dido and Aeneas), Arnalta (L’incoronazione di Poppea), various roles with the Opera Company of Philadelphia as Dorabella (Così fan tutte), as Marcellina (Le nozze di Figaro) with Opera North, and Emilia (Otello) with Rockland Opera, while working as a fashion model in her spare time.

Following her graduation, Ms. Marom won the Opera Foundation Competition, and joined the ensemble of the Deutsche Oper Berlin, where she performed Hänsel (Hänsel und Gretel), Flosshilde and Rossweisse (Der Ring des Nibelungen). Elsewhere, she has performed Third Lady (Die Zauberflöte) with Connecticut Opera, Hänsel (Hänsel und Gretel) and Amneris (Aida) with Theater Plauen-Zwickau, The Mother (Mavra) with Opera Spanga, Schwertleite (Ring an einem Abend) with Nationaltheater Mannheim, The Rat Laughs, with the Cameri Theatre and the New Israeli Opera, The Dramatyczny Theatre in Warsaw, the Sibiu International Theatre Festival and at the Bucharest National Theatre.

Ms. Marom performs frequently in concerts, galas, and recitals at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center New York, Memphis Opera, the Deutsche Oper Berlin, the Israel Festival and at Valery Gergiev’s Red Sea Festival. Her symphonic concerts include: Kindertotenlieder with the Blutenburg Kammerphilharmonie München, the Haifa Symphony Orchestra, the Katzen Arts Center in Washington and at the Ein Hod Festival, at Keshet Eilon and with the Curtis Symphony Orchestra, Des Knaben Wunderhorn and the World Premiere of Gil Shohat’s Stabat Mater with The Israel Chamber Orchestra, Das Lied von der Erde with Orchestra Society, Beethoven 9th Sym. With Israel Symphony Orch. Rishol Lezion, The Israel Sinfonietta Beer Sheva and The Kibbutz Orchestra. El amor brujo with The Israel Sinfonietta Beer Sheva, Rossini’s Messe Solennelle with Tivon Chamber Choire, Stravinsky’s Les Noces with The Jerusalem Academy of Music Orchestra, Mozart Requiem with The Ra’anana Symphonette at the Abu-Gosh Festival, Bach with the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra under the baton of Andrew Parrot, with the Curtis Symphony Orchestra and with Pennsylvania Pro Musica as well as Contemporary Chamber Music Concerts, as part of the Jewish Arts Festival in Philadelphia and in New York, the music Festival in Schloss Elmau, The International Biennial for Contemporary Music, and with the Connecticut Grand Opera and Orchestra.

Ms. Marom dedicates much of her time to chamber music. She performed with musicians such as: Augustin Wiedemann, Emmanuelle Bertrand, Pascal Amoyel, Chagit Glaser, Daniel Propper, Shiri Coneh, Shlomo Shem-Tov, Dan Deutsch, Gila Goldstein, Gil Shohat, Julia Rovinsky, Tali Glaser, Wolf Harden, Zvi Carmeli, Eyal Kless, Kobi Rubinstein, Eckhart Lorenzen, Batia Steinbock-Lorenzen, Michal Schmidt, Sandrine Erdely-Sayo, Danielle Orlando, Mikael Eliasen, Susan Nowicki, Donald St. Pierre, Humberto Ridolfi, Tali Roth, Susan Ashbaker, and Rudolf Meister.

She premiered new compositions by Reinhard Flender, Ella Milch-Sheriff, Ofer Ben Moshe, Gil Shohat, Sylvia Glickman, Boaz Tarsi, Ehud Pecker, and more. Composers such as Leroy Osmon, Abel Ehrlich, Ofer Ben-Amots, Udi Horev and Ady Cohen dedicated their compositions to her.

Ms. Marom won grants from The America-Israel Cultural Foundation, The Opera Foundation Competition, The Olga Forrai Foundation, The Arts Council of the Israeli National Lottery, The Joy In Singing Competition, The Margaret Rice Music Scholarship Fund, The Universität Mozarteum, The Curtis Institute of Music and more.

Bavat Marom


Southbury, Connecticut, United States