About Ofri Gross

Tenor Ofri Gross is currently a third-year student at the Jerusalem Academy for Music and Dance in the class of Ms. Marina Levitt and Dr. Ido Ariel. Ofri began singing at a young age and took part in various projects both in ensembles and as a soloist. He graduated from the Jezreel valley center for the arts in classical singing.

Ofri performed as Tamino in the Ramat Gan Symphony Orchestra’s production of the opera The Magic Flute, as Second Priest and First Armed Man in the Jerusalem Opera production of the Magic Flute, as Spoletta in the Haifa Symphony Orchestra’s production of Tosca, as Gaston in the Ashdod Orchestra’s production of La Traviata and also performed with the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra in a Monteverdi Vespers concert. Ofri is also a member of the Jerusalem Academy Chamber Choir conducted by Prof. Stanley Sperber.
Ofri was awarded an America-Israel Cultural Foundation scholarship in the years 2010-2012 and 2018-2019, and also a scholarship from the Ronen Foundation.

Ofri Gross

Music, Theater
Voice, Classical, Baroque / Early Music, Musical Theater, Actor

jerusalem, Israel
Grant Recipient