About Mayan Goldenfeld

Born in Tel Aviv, Mayan has a B.Mus degree from the Buchman-Mehta School of Music where she studied with Efrat Ben Nun and a M.Mus degree from the Brooklyn College Conservatory where she studied with Patricia McCaffrey. She went on to specialize in Baroque music at the Barock Vokal Excellence Program in the Hochschule für Musik Mainz, from which she graduated in 2019. Since October 2019 she is a member of the prestigious Atelier Royaumont in France, all the while living in Germany, performing in concerts and opera productions in Germany as well as the rest of Europe.

Noteworthy performances include her debut in the Schwetzingen Festspiele in a concert that was broadcast on German radio station SWR2, her performance as Dorilla in Hasse’s La Serva Scaltra on tour with La Petite Bande, one of the world’s most important baroque ensembles led by legendary conductor Sigiswald Kuijken, a concert performances of scenes as Desdemona in Rossini’s Otello under the direction of Patrice Caurier and Moshe Leiser, Singing the female title role in a production of Handel’s Acis and Galatea with Summer Opera Tel Aviv, and staring in this season’s Gala Series of the Dresdner Residenz Orchester as their main Soloist. In addition, since June 2019 Mayan is a Featured Artist at the Koblenz International Guitar Festival, to which she will return for a concert in May 2020.

Awards and scholarships include the Buchholz Foundation and The Israeli Opera Arts Association scholarship for the season 2019-2020, The Cini Foundation Accademia Vivaldi Scholarship for 2019, The Berlin Song Festival Award for 2017, The Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg prize for 2017, The Brooklyn College Theater Award for 2015, The Brooklyn College Performance Award for 2014, the 1st Place at the Buchman-Mehta School of Music Vocal Competition, the Buchman-Haiman Scholarship for 2010 and the AICF Excellence Scholarship for 2008.

Mayan Goldenfeld


Dresden, Germany
Grant Recipient

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