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Sivan Rotem combines opera with fine art.
‘Little Orush’ by Sivan Rotem.

‘Little Orush’ by Sivan Rotem.. (photo credit:Courtesy)

One of Israel’s leading opera singers, soprano Sivan Rotem has been gracing the stages of the world’s most prestigious music houses for many a year now.

The list of her standout turns includes a debut with the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Zubin Mehta and performances of Mozart’s The Magic Flute with – particularly the “Queen of the Night” aria – and the roles of Susanna in Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro and Violetta in Verdi’s La Traviata. The countries performed in range from the US to Uzbekistan via Finland, Slovakia, Ukraine and Canada, as well as solo recitals at Versailles, Vienna, Berlin, Madrid, Prague and San Francisco. Rotem appears on a regular basis with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, Haifa Symphony, Israel Chamber Orchestra, Israel Camerata, Israel Netanya Kibbutz Orchestra and Israel Sinfonietta.


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