About Maya Sayag

Soprano Maya Sayag was born in Tel Aviv in 2000. She graduated Cum Laude from the Thelma Yellin High School of Music and Arts in June 2018, where she majored in classical music. 0n October 2018 she will start her academic studies towards a B.Mus degree at Tel Aviv University’s Buchmann-Mehta school of music.

Maya was recognized by the IDF as an “Outstanding Musician” and she will start her mandatory service in September 2018.
Between 2011-2018 she was a member of the Bat-Kol choir conducted by Anat Morag. In 2018 she graduated from the Israel Music Conservatory in Tel Aviv.
Since 2016 her vocal education is with Efrat Ben-Nun from the Tel Aviv University’s Buchmann-Mehta School of Music.

Maya’s solo performances include the soprano solo, Pie Jesu, in Fauré Requiem performed by Thelma Yellin High School of Music and Arts and Symphonette Raanana, a solo with the Maayan choir, conducted by Anat Morag. She also performed as Bat-Kol choir soloist in various ceremonies and concerts in Israel (Massuah, Abu Gosh) as well as in festivals abroad (Barcelona, Germany, Swiss and China).

Maya graduated from the Jerusalem Music Center program for excellent young singers, where she participated in master classes with leading conductors and artists from Israel and abroad such as Daniel Cohen, Jeanette Favaro, Ammiel Bushakevitz and Timothy Fallon.

Maya’s awards include scholarships from the Ronen Foundation (2017) and the Israel America Cultural Foundation (2018). Maya won first prize in 2017 Or-Tsair competition. In May 2018 she won the grand first prize in the national competition for excellent classical music students sponsored by the Ministry of Education.

Maya Sayag

Voice, Classical

Tel Aviv, Israel
Grant Recipient

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