Karin Hochman | Soprano and Vocal Instructor
Soprano and vocal Instructor in Henderson, NV
An Israeli native, Karin Hochman, holds a Bachelor of Music from The Juilliard School and a Master’s degree from the Curtis Institute of Music. Ms. Hochman is currently pursuing her DMA in applied voice from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas under the direction of Dr. Alfonse Anderson.
Recent performances include the roles of Euridice (“Orfeo ed Euridice), Helena (“A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Donna Elvira (“Don Giovanni”), and Madame Lidoine (“Dialogues of the Carmelites”).
She has been a member of the Pittsburgh Opera young artist program, singing the roles of Sesto (“La Clamenza di Tito“), Jenny (“Threepenny Opera“) Ottavia (“L’Incoronazione di Poppea“) and Carmen (“La Tragedie de Carmen“). She has also appeared with the Pittsburgh Opera as the Page (“Salome“), Alisa (“Lucia di Lammermmor“) and Suzuki (“Madama Butterfly“). Ms. Hochman has sung the role of Zerlina (“Don Giovanni“) at the Kiev Opera, Miss Jessel (“The Turn of the Screw“) at the Chautauqua Institute and Hansel with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra production of “Hansel und Gretel.” With the Israeli Opera she sang the roles of Kuchtík (“Rusalka“), Madelena (“Il Viaggio a Reims“), Curra (“La Forza del Destino“), Innkeeper’s Wife (“The cunning Little Vixen”,) in the world premiere of Gil Shohat’s “The Child Dreams and the Third Lady in the “Magic Flute”. Karin is a member of the Avant Gard opera group “Opera Camera” with which she sang the roles of Mr. Smith (“The Bald Soprano”) and Etroga (“The Crook”) all directed by Daniel Ehrlich. Karin Hochman is a recipient of the Baroch Grabov prize for exceptional emerging talent given through the Israeli Opera, numerous scholarships from IVAI (Israel Vocal Arts Institute), as well as other prizes and scholarships throughout her career.
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