Tamara Navoth

    Grant Recipient

    Brooklyn, NY, United States

    Tamara was born in Israel; she began her music studies at Ramat HaSharon Conservatory. She received her Bachelors of Music degree from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance in 2016, where she studied with Mrs. Miriam Meltzer and Zvi Zemel.

    During her studies, she was a soloist and a choir member at the Jerusalem Academy Chamber Choir conducted by Prof. Stanley Sperber and in the Moran Ensemble conducted by Naomi Faran and Guy Pelc.

    Took part in master classes with Elena Bashkirova, Karola Theill and Graham Johnson and Participated in the IVAI Tel-Aviv workshops 2015-2018.

    Tamara has participated in the Jerusalem Academy renditions of “Dido and Aeneas” (Spirit) and “Giulio Sabino” (Annio), The Fairy Queen (Juno, Mystery, Second fairy) with the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra, ‏”Il Barbiere di Siviglia” (Berta, IVAI Tel-Aviv), “Cendrillon” (Noémie, IVAI Tel-Aviv), The lead role in Ravel’s L’enfant et les Sortilèges, Nada in the New York Premiere of Svadba by Ana Sokolovic and Cecilio in “Lucio silla” by Mozart (The Conservatory of Music of Brooklyn College), Armide by Lully (La Sagesse and Lucinde) as part of Grimeborn festival (London), and the lead role in “La Calisto” by Cavalli with Ensemble OrQuesta (London).

    Tamara is a recipient of the 2018 IVAI Buchholtz Foundation scholarship, AICF scholarships in 2014-2016 and 2018-2019 and the “Miki-Ofrat” excellence scholarship in 2015. Won the 2018 “De los Mederos” Special Award in ‘Music Performance of Contemporary Music’ and the second prize and a prize for performing Jan Sibelius songs in the Ada Brodsky song competition 2015.

    Currently, Tamara is pursuing her Master’s in Voice at the The Conservatory of Music of Brooklyn College.