About Yarden Kiperman

Yarden Kiperman, born in Argentina 1993, began her musical path at the age of 12 when she joined The Li-Ron Choir, which is the representative choir of Herzlia, her home town. She continued her musical education at the music department in Alon High School.

At 2020 She graduated from the Buchman Mehta Music Academy at the Tel Aviv University under the supervision and guidance of Prof. Tamar Rachum, where she was granted the Academy’s Scholarship for Excellence and completed both a Graduate and Masters degree.

Her operatic repertoire includes various roles such as Sesto from Giulio Cesare (Handel), Marcellina and Cherubino from Le nozze di Figaro (Mozart), Baba from The Medium (Menotti) and Miss Todd from The old maid and the thief (Menotti).

While attending the Yosef Zambuki Master Class and international workshop IMVAJ, she performed at the World premiere of the opera “Albert” by Moshe Zorman.

In October 2018 she participated at the “Festival der Jungen Stimmen Internationale Opernwerkstatt” under the guidance of Prof. Verna Keller.

Yarden is a recipient of the 2018-2019 AICF scholarships and a first prize winner of in the vocal competition at the Buchman Mehta Music Academy 2018.

In September 2020 Yarden will join the Meitar Opera Studio of the Israeli Opera.

Yarden Kiperman

Voice, Classical

Herzliya, Israel
Grant Recipient