The Adi choir at the New Vocal Ensemble was established in 2006, and since 2009 has operated under the direction of conductor Oded Shomrony.
The choir has performed with some of Israel’s leading orchestras as well as in various a cappella programs at HaMishkan LeOmnuyot HaBama (The Israeli Opera), the Jerusalem Theatre, the Abu Ghosh Festival, the Mormon University in Jerusalem, the Jerusalem Music Centre, the Felicja Blumental Music Center and the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
In the field of pop music, the choir has taken part in concerts and recordings alongside some of Israel’s most prominent musicians such as Yoni Rechter, Yehudit Ravitz, Rona Kenan, Shlomi Shaban and Aya Korem. As representative of Israel in international events, the choir participated in the Music Edict festival (Niš 2013), the Rossi Fest (Belgrade 2018) and the Louis Lewandowski Festival (Berlin 2018).

ODED SHOMRONY earned his master's degree in conducting from the Jerusalem Academy of Music, where he studied with Dr. Yevgenii Zirlin, Prof. Mendi Rodan and Aaron Harlap.Oded Shomrony

studied piano, voice, and violin and earned his master’s degree in conducting from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance.
Since he began conducting at the age of 17, Shomrony has served as the conductor of the Moran Singers Ensemble and the Jerusalem Opera Choir, Chief Conductor of the Jerusalem Oratorio Choir, and Musical Director of the Open Concert project, the Thalamus vocal quartet, and the Jerusalem Choral Fantasy festival.
Shomrony has conducted various orchestras, including the Israel Camerata Jerusalem and the Israel Chamber Orchestra, and for the past decade has served as the conductor of the Adi Young Israeli Choir and the lead baritone for the Thalamus vocal quartet. Shomrony has been a faculty member at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance since 2004, where he serves as Musical Director of the Student Choir and teaches choral conducting, counterpoint, harmony, and ear training. | Facebook | YouTube | Wikipedia Adi Choir

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