Tamar Rachum, Soprano


Mrs. Rachum made her first stage appearance in Vienna in 1971 at the Theater an der Wien as Pamina in Mozart's, Die Zauberfoete, after completing her studies with her Mentor Hilde Zadek.

This breakthrough performance launched a glorious international career under the baton of esteemed conductors at prominent opera houses such as  the Wiener Staatsoper and Volksoper,Amsterdam Concertgebough and Opera House, Royal Opera House Covent Garden and on concert stages throughout the world.In 1981, she was granted the prestigious Harlequin Award for outstanding singing by critics and audiences in Germany.

Prof. Tamar Rachum is Head of the Vocal Studies Department and Professor of Voice, Opera, Lied and Oratorio at the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music at Tel Aviv University in Israel.

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