Sivan Keren

    Grant Recipient

    Herzeliya, Israel

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    Sivan Keren was born in Israel. She began her music path playing flute and performing a graduation recital (1999-2009). She started her vocal studies in 2012 with Professor Tamar Rachum, and continued to the B. Mus in Prof. Rachum’s class in Buchmann-Mehta School of Music, Tel Aviv University (2013-2017). Now days (2018) Sivan studies her Master’s degree in the class of Prof. Rachum in Buchmann-Mehta School of Music.

    Sivan Keren sang various operatic and oratorio roles, including: Rosalinde from Die Fledermaus (2018), Contessa Almaviva from Le Nozze di Figaro (2018), Erste Dame from The Magic flute (2018), Soprano solo from Faure Requiem (2018), Cleopatra from Giulio Cesare in Egitto (2017), Soprano solo from For the Fallen/Elgar (2017), Irina from Albert/Zorman- world premiere (2017), Marzelline from Fidelio (2017), Soprano solo from Mendelssohn Psalms 42 (2016) and many more. She also sang and sings lots of Lieder and Contemporary classical music. Sivan sang with The Israel Sinfonietta Beer Sheva Orchestra (2018), The Israel Netanya Kibbutz Orchestra (2018) and the BMSM Symphony Orchestra (2016).

    Sivan Keren won the first prize in the Aviv competitions by America Israel Cultural Foundation 2018: both Main prize and Israeli vocal composition prize. She also won the 3rd prize in Buchmann-Mehta’s school vocal competition (2017 and 2018). Sivan won excellence scholarships every year of her studies (2013-2018). She also got to the Semi-final of “Riccardo Zandonai Concorso lirico” in Italy, jury president: Herr Dominique Meyer- Director of the Vienna State Opera (2018).

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    | Artist News
    AICF alumna Soprano Sivan Keren performs a recorded session of Mimì’s Farewell, La Bohème Act 3 by Puccini, at The Classical Studio Eyal Zaliouk Piano: Yi-An Xu Video: Ohad Keren

    | Foundation News
    The winners of AICF’s 19th Aviv Competitions were announced on January 3 at the Tel-Aviv Museum of Art. This year, thirty five candidates competed in four categories: piano, singing, cello, and brass. The winner of the Rafi Guralnik Award for Piano, a…