Omer Frenkel is one of Israel’s most recognized male voices with a reputation in Radio and TV since 1994 (IDF radio, Channel 10, Channel 2, Channel 1 etc.).
Omer moved to Berlin in 2013 to develop his career as an orchestra conductor after graduating his Masters degree from Buchman Mehta School of Music – Tel Aviv, under the instruction of Mr. Vag Papian, and was also a student of the late Prof. Mandy Rodan, Prof. Noam Sheriff, Mr. Yoav Talmi and Prof. Avner Itay.
He was the music director of “Emek Heffer Orchestra” for 2 years, and conducted Haifa Symphony Orchestra, Rehovot Orchestra, Ashdod Symphony Orchestra and the “Campus” Symphony Orchestra Ramat Hasharon.
As a singer member of the Collegium Tel-Aviv ensemble, Omer performed in various concerts, among which can be counted performances in the Abu-Gosh festival and the Israel Festival, as well as performances in Germany, Austria and Italy.
Omer also participated as narrator in several stage productions: Stravinsky’s “A Soldier’s Tale”, Britten’s “Young Person’s Guide to the Band” – with the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra, Mendelssohn’s “A midsummer night’s dream”, Mozart’s “Magic flute”, Prokofiev’s “Peter and the wolf”- with Haifa Symphony Orchestra, and many others.
Omer composes music for film, theater and television.