About Eitan Mechtinger

Eitan Mechtinger is a classical baritone and recently received his Bachelor of Music degree from the Tel Aviv University Buchmann-Mehta School of Music, under the instruction of Efrat Ben-Nun.
In 2011, Eitan graduated with honors from the Mor Metro-west High School, Raanana, where he majored in classical music including theory, performance and composition. He had several solo performances including lead roles in his high school productions.

Eitan is a Raanana Music Center graduate for voice and clarinet, which he played for ten years. As a clarinet player, he performed as a soloist with orchestras in festivals and competitions in Israel and abroad. When graduating, he had a solo recital which included singing and clarinet.

Eitan served for five years in an Intelligence Corps unit of the Israel Defense Forces and was released as a lieutenant.

As a soloist, Eitan performed with the Tel-Aviv Soloists Ensemble conducted by Barak Tal, with the Gary Bertini Israeli Choir conducted by Ronen Borshevsky, with the Symphonette Raanana Orchestra conducted by Gil Shohat and with the Netanya Kibbutz Orchestra, conducted by Shmuel Elbaz. In 2018 and 2019, participated in the International Summer Opera Program in Tel Aviv. His repertoire includes the role of Polyphemus in “Acis and Galatea” and Guglielmo in “Così fan tutte”.

Eitan received the America-Israel Cultural Foundation scholarship (2018-2021) and excellence scholarships from Tel Aviv University (2017-2020).

Eitan Mechtinger


Tel Aviv, Israel
Grant Recipient