Mashi Guslicer‬‏

    Grant Recipient
    • Theater

    Tel Aviv, Israel


    Mashi began her music studies at a young age, at the Netanya Music Conservatory, in the class of Mrs. Ilana Burtman. She is a former member of the “Nitzan” choir and Chamber ensemble, conducted by Mrs. Vita Gurevitch, in which she sang as a leading soloist in various performances and projects around the country and abroad. Mashi graduated with honors from Metro West high school’s music major (Ra’anana), where she sang as a leading soloist in school productions, master classes, and concerts.

    Today, Mashi is an undergraduate student at the Jerusalem Academy of music and dance, in the class of Mrs. Anat Efraty and Mr. Ido Ariel. During her studies, she was granted the Gertrude Kraus scholarship. She sang in masterclasses with Prof. Rolland Schubert (Germany), Anna Skibinsky (Israel) and others. During her studies, she sang the roles of  “Apollonia” in “La Canterina” (J.Haydn), “Papagena” and ”Pamina” in a children-oriented production of “Die Zauberflöte” (Mozart). She also Participated in the IVAI Tel-Aviv workshops 2016-2018

    She was granted a scholarship from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation, “Zfunot Tarbut” Foundation, and the “Miriam” young artists encouragement scholarship. 

    Nov  2018


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