About Ronnie Enoch

Ronnie Enoch is an Israeli singer and actress, born in 2002. She underwent vocal training as a member of the Bat Kol Girls Choir as well as in private voice lessons, in the Israeli Conservatory of Music in Tel Aviv between 2011 and 2020, until graduating from high school. Ronnie has also studied piano for six years.

Although singing is Ronnie's strongest suit, Ronnie also studied acting in the performing arts studio founded by Yoram Loewenstein. In addition, she participated in the West End Summer School, a summer musical workshop in London, in 2016. Ronnie also took a dubbing course with Yaffa Gabay.

In the last couple of years, Ronnie has participated as a choir singer and soloist in many concerts in and out of Israel, including with the Israeli Opera and with the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra, and in the Abu Gosh music festival. In March 2020, Ronnie performed her singing matriculation ("Bagrut") recital. She has 10 Bagrut points in Music, including 5 in music theory as a part of her music major in Alon high school.

Ronnie won a scholarship from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation, for the years 2020-2021. She also received an Excellence Scholarship from the Israel Conservatory of Music for the school year of 2018-2019. Ronnie has been designated by the IDF as an "Outstanding Musician", and she will start her military service in March 2021.

These days, Ronnie continues her vocal training under the guidance of Efrat Ben-Nun.

Ronnie Enoch

Dance, Film, Music, Theater

Tel Aviv, Israel
Grant Recipient