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Ofri Gross | עפרי גרוס

Singer - Tenor | זמר - טנור

Ofri Gross, tenor, born in Israel in 29/10/91, recently graduated his bachelor degree in Vocal performance from the Jerusalem Academy for Music and Dance in the class of Ms. Marina Levitt and Dr. Ido Ariel. Ofri began singing at a young age and took part in various projects both in ensembles and as a soloist. Ofri was awarded an America-Israel Cultural Foundation scholarship in the years 2010-2012 and 2018-2020, a grant of excellence from the Jerusalem Academy for Music and Dance and also a scholarship from the Ronen Foundation. Ofri performed as Horace in the Jerusalem opera’s production of La Colombe, as Don Pelagio in the Jerusalem academy and the Piccolo Opera festival’s production of La Canterina, as Basilio in the Jerusalem Lyric Opera Festival’s production of Le Nozze di Figaro, as Second Priest and First Armed Man in the Jerusalem Opera production of Die Zauberflöte, as Spoletta in the Haifa Symphony Orchestra's production of Tosca, as Gastone in the Ashdod Orchestra's production of La Traviata, and as Tamino in the Ramat Gan Symphony Orchestra's production of Die Zauberflöte. Also, he performed as Uriel in Die Schöpfung with the NK Orchestra and as a soloist in Monteverdi vespers with the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra. A long side that Ofri was a member of the Jerusalem Academy Chamber Choir conducted by Prof. Stanley Sperber

Ofri Gross | עפרי גרוס

My relationship to Ronen Foundation

I joined the foundation in the summer of 2018, in which I was fortunate to take part in a summer workshop for singers in Tuscany, Italy, thanks to the support I received from the foundation. This was the first time I traveled abroad as a singer and in this workshop, I got to learn from professionals of the highest level and make new connections with colleagues from all around the world. Also, the foundation provides a very special personal attention that is rare to come by in this profession. They always want to catch up on our personal situation and our plans for the future, and accordingly offer ideas or create new connections in preparation for the next step.

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