Keren Motseri … was the vocal star of the evening 
La Vie Parisienne, Offenbach, Trouw



The Israeli soprano Keren Motseri first studied cello and completed a B.Sc. in biology summa cum laude, before graduating with a Masters degree from the Dutch National Opera Academy. Keren has since established herself as a versatile and highly sought after soprano, with repertoire ranging from the Renaissance to the 21st century in both concert and opera.



Reviews & Press

How breathtakingly beautifully, and how slowly also, soprano Keren Motseri died as Euridice  
Orfeo by Rossi, Utrechts Nieuwsblad

Praise must go to the Israeli soprano Keren Motseri and the Slovenian mezzo Barbara Kozelj who intertwined their voices and swept each other to stratospheric heights 
Jan van de Putte, Festival Dag in de Branding, Volkskrant

The ensemble Quintus … and soprano Keren Motseri gave us a true hymn to love. […] Well served by the purity of the voice of the singer, each vocal offensive was followed by an instrumental piece, creating a subtle balance. […] the cantata Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen … allowed Keren Motseri to take the public with her in its vocal flights. 
Her performance left the audience spellbound. Alleluia 
Festival Bach en Combrailles



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