Oshri Segev     tenor

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Oshri Segev, Tenor, born in Israel 1986, began his artistic path as a pianist graduating (in excellence) Buchmann – Mehta School of music in Tel-Aviv university in 2010.  Among his teachers Prof. Emanuel Krasovsky and Prof. Asaf Zohar.

While majoring in piano he has started singing under the guidance of miss Marina Levitt and Dr. Ido Ariel at the Rubin Academy of Music
in the Hebrew University, Jerusalem where he graduated at 2014. He has Participated in master classes with Rita Dams (the Netherlands), Johaness Manov (Denmark), Bertold Schmidt (Germany), David Stern (France/USA), Graham Johnson (UK), Dalia Sechter (Israel/Germany) and Joan Dornemann (USA).  

Today he is studying under the guidance of the renowned tenor Nicola Tagger in Milan, Italy.

Oshri has sung with all the leading vocal groups in Israel under the batons of Avner Itay, Myrna Herzog,  Ronen Borshevsky, Stanley Sperber, Yishay Steckler, Danny Etinger, Asher Fisch, Roberto Abbado, Kurt Masur and Zubin Mehta.

Recent concerts and recitals engagements include: 
"Music Fest Perugia" festival (Perugia, July 2010), "Tel – Hai international piano master classes" (Israel, August 2011), Mozart Requiem and Bach Magnificat with the Israeli Chamber Orchestra conducted by Ronen Borshevsky (Israel, March 2012), Rossini Petite Messe Solennelle and Mozart Coronation masse (Rome, April 2012), Jerusalem Opera Gala Concert (Jerusalem, 2012), Don Ottavio in Mozart's Don Giovanni and Don Curzio in Le Nozze di Figaro, Aarecital at "Viva Vox" festival in Cluj, Romania and performances with the Israeli Opera (as part of the "operas for children program) : Ramiro in "Cenerentola", Nemorino in "L'elisir d'amore" and Tamino in "The Magic Flute".  
Mr. Segev's 2016 engagements include recitals in Israel and the leading role of Rossini's "il Barbiere di Seviglia" (Conte Almaviva) and the title role in the world premiere of the complete oratorio Nabucco by Michelangelo Falvetti in charge of Myrna Herzog and PHOENIX at the 50th Abu Gosh Festival in October 2016.

 

PHOENIX members (in random order)