Photo: Itamar Mendes-Flohr

 

It Is All a Chaos of Nothing

for Mixed Choir

 

Photo: Yotam Mahler

Netta Shahar is an Israeli composer, arranger and singer.
 
She first received her musical education as a child, singing in a choir, and discovered the world of musical composition during high school.
Netta graduated from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance with a Master's degree in composition, where she studied under Mr. Rafi Kadishson and Prof. Amnon Wolman.
 
In addition, she studied with Prof. Oded Zehavi, as well as at BPM College, and participated in various international composition programs at Atlantic Music Festival, Festival Mixtur, Banff Centre and more.
 
Her works include pieces for orchestra, chamber and vocal ensembles, choral pieces, electroacoustic music, and music for dance.
 
Her compositions and arrangements were performed by leading ensembles, among them the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, the Israel Camerata, Ra’anana Symphonette Orchestra, The Israel Sinfonietta Beer-Sheva, ‘Meitar’ Ensemble, the JAMD Chamber Choir and the Israeli Opera, among others. Netta also collaborates with choreographers and other artists.
 
As a singer, Netta was a member of several choirs and alternative vocal ensembles, including the JAMD Chamber Choir, Moran Singers Ensemble and Great Gehenna Choir.
 
​Netta is a recipient of Rabinovich Foundation for the Arts Scholarship, Sir Jack Lyons Scholarship for the Arts and AICF Scholarship.

Photo: Yotam Mahler