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Sivan Goldman

Soprano (Voice) Tel Aviv, Israel 59 Followers
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About Sivan Goldman

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Rising soprano Sivan Goldman is quickly establishing herself as a versatile artist with a wide range of repertoire from the classical period to contemporary music. In her performances worldwide, she enchants audiences with her warm, rich, shimmering light lyric voice, praised for her flexible top and exquisitely beautiful dramatic delivers. Her attention to musical style, combined with a striking stage presence have taken her to début as Lisa in La Sonnambula (Bellini) at the lyric theatre of Cagliari, Sardinia, under the baton of Mº Maurizio Benini. Since then, soprano Sivan Goldman enjoys a promising invigorated career with performances in operatic roles and oratorio both in Israel and abroad. With the PSG Classic production she has sang the role of Queen of the night in The Magic Flute (Mozart), at the Passion Theatre in Oberammergau, Germany under the baton of Mº Frank Cramer. She has also sang this role with the Israel Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Mº Roni Porat. With the New Israeli Opera she has sang the leading role of the Nonette at the world's premiere of The child dreams by Israeli composer Gil Shohat, and the role of Madame Herz in The Impresario (Mozart). She has also sang the role of Adele in The Bat (J. Strauss) both with the Ashdod Symphony Orchestra and the Ra'anana symphonette orchestra under the baton of Mº Leonto Wolf.

At the International Opera Workshop of the Israeli Vocal Arts Institute, under the guidance of Ms. Joan Dornemann from the Metropolitan Opera in NY, she sang the roles of Blonde in The Abduction from the Seraglio (Mozart), Elvira in The Italian girl in Algiers (Rossini), and Zerlina in Don Giovanni (Mozart).

Her successful performance in the contemporary Israeli piece My Lord Hear my Prayer (Zehavi) with the Tel-Aviv Chamber Choir at the Abu-Gosh Festival, led to an impressive continuity concerts in Berlin and Nuremberg. Her International Tournée includes, among others, solo recitals at the International Imago Festival of Arts in Hungary and Slovenia.

Recently she has performed, along with Israeli mezzo-soprano Orit Gabriel, at The Euro Mediterraneo Festival in Villa dei Quintili, Rome. The programme included exclusive pieces by Grand composers of Jewish music, and the entire concert, which officially opened the festival, was broadcasted live on the Italian channel Rai. The two Israeli soloists have also performed with this unique concert last May in Milan. Their performance officially opened the Israeli pavilion for Expo Milano 2016.

Sivan frequently performs as a distinguished soloist in oratorio and liturgical music. Recently she sang the soprano role in Mozart's Great Mass in C Minor, with the Jerusalem Festival Orchestra. Other favorite Mozart roles include Vesperae Solennes de Confessore with the Ashdod Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Abner Itai, and the motet Exsultate Jubilate with The Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Mº Amos Talmon, a concert which was broadcasted live at the national Israeli radio channel. Her cooperation with Mº Talmon has continued in season 2013/2014 and has include, among others, Mahler's 4th Symphony, Bizet's Te-Deum, and Rossini's Stabat Mater

Among Her engagements for the season 2014/ 2015 in Israel, Sivan will be singing the opera roles of Norina/ Don Pasquale (Donizetti), Gilda/ Rigoletto (Verdi), Oscar/ Un ballo in Maschera (Verdi), as well as in Mahler's 2nd Symphony, The Grand Mass by Gounod, and Mozart's Requiem.

Sivan has graduated with distinction (Cum Laude) from the Tel-Aviv Academy of Music, where she studied voice with Mrs. Agnes Massini.

Among her recognitions she was awarded the America Israel Cultural Foundation scholarships, The Israeli Vocal Arts Institute scholarships, and recently The Foundation of promoting education in Israel scholarship, as well as the Ronen Foundation scholarship.

Repertoire

Title Composer Role
L'Elisir d'amore Gaetano Donizetti (* 1797; † 1848)
Don Pasquale Gaetano Donizetti (* 1797; † 1848)
Il Campanello Gaetano Donizetti (* 1797; † 1848)
Der Schauspieldirektor Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (* 1756; † 1791)
Madame Herz Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (* 1756; † 1791)
Die Entführung aus dem Serail Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (* 1756; † 1791)
Die Entführung aus dem Serail Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (* 1756; † 1791)
Die Zauberflöte Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (* 1756; † 1791)
Don Giovanni Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (* 1756; † 1791)
Les Contes d'Hoffmann Jacques Offenbach (* 1819; † 1880)
L'Italiana in Algeri Gioacchino Rossini (* 1792; † 1868)
La Bohème Giacomo Puccini (* 1858; † 1924)
Ariadne auf Naxos Richard Strauss (* 1854; † 1949)
Die Fledermaus J. Strauss Sohn
The Child dreams Gil Shohat
Rigoletto Giuseppe Verdi (* 1813; † 1901)
Un Ballo in Maschera Giuseppe Verdi (* 1813; † 1901)
Mass in C dur (op.86) Ludwig van Beethoven (* 1770; † 1827)
Te Deum Georges Bizet (* 1838; † 1875)
Deutsche Requiem (op. 45) Johannes Brahms (* 1833; † 1897)
Requiem (op. 48) Gabriel Fauré
Messe Solennelle Santa Cecilia Charles Gounod (* 1818; † 1893)
Salve Regina in G moll Joseph Haydn (* 1732; † 1809)
Die Schöpfung Joseph Haydn (* 1732; † 1809)
The Messiah Georg Friedrich Händel (* 1685; † 1759)
Symphony no. 2 Gustav Mahler (* 1860; † 1911)
Symphony no. 4 Gustav Mahler (* 1860; † 1911)
Great Mass in C minor Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (* 1756; † 1791)
Requiem Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (* 1756; † 1791)
Vesperae Solennes de Confessore Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (* 1756; † 1791)
Exsultate Jubilate Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (* 1756; † 1791)
Orfeo Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (* 1710; † 1736)
Stabat Mater Gioacchino Rossini (* 1792; † 1868)
I Capuletti e i Montechhi Vincenzo Bellini (* 1803; † 1835)
La Sonnambula Vincenzo Bellini (* 1803; † 1835)
Carmen Georges Bizet (* 1838; † 1875)
L'Elisir d'amore Gaetano Donizetti (* 1797; † 1848)

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