About Romi Zelig

Soprano Romi Zelig was born in Israel in 1998. She is a graduate of Campus Arison School of the Arts in Tel Aviv and Thelma Yellin High School of the Arts in Givatayim.
She started her vocal education in 2013 with Ms. Olga Binder. Since 2016, she has been Ms. Marina Levit pupil. To date, she serves in the IDF as an outstanding musician and will begin her degree in music performance at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance.

In 2013 she performed as a soloist in Vienna, Austria with a chamber ensemble, conducted by Maestro Danny Donner, for the Jewish community. That same year, in July, Romi performed as a soloist in the president house during the Maccabiah events. In 2015, she performed as a member of the Thelma Yellin choir and as a soloist in Offenburg, Sasbach and Freiburg, Germany, conducted by Ishay Steckler. Later that year she performed in the great hall in Cannes, France as a soloist and as a chamber ensemble member founded by the Israel Music Conservatory. Romi is a graduate of the outstanding young singers program in Mishkenot Sha’ananim, Jerusalem, between 2014-2016.

In 2016, Romi performed the main role of Dido in Henry Purcell’s opera Dido and Aeneas accompanied by the Thelma Yellin choir and orchestra. In January 2016, Romi took part in the final of the National Romances Competition, took place in Sharet Auditorium in Petah Tikva, and was awarded in appreciation prize. That year she received a scholarship from the “Ronen Foundation”. Romi is a receiver of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation for the years 2016-2017.

Romi Zelig

Voice, Classical

Tel Aviv, Israel
Grant Recipient