Tal’s performances have been hailed by the press as ‘overwhelming … amazing … leaving the audience exhausted with excitement’ (DAVAR magazine, London) and … ‘Outstanding charm… spins the audience on her finger’ (Reinhal Henke, Germany)
Tal was born in Tel Aviv, Israel in 1988. She has sung concerts throughout the world, from private recitals for figures such as the Minister of Defence of Israel to public recitals, such as recently at The Holywell Music Room and the Jacqueline Du Pre Music Hall in Oxford, at Braunlage’s Festival Hall in Germany, at Bath’s Music Festival, at St. Gorge’s Cathedral in Jerusalem, and St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. Tal’s achievements include being the first singer to sing with the Thelma Yellin Symphonic orchestra, at only 16 winning a distinction Scholarship from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation as well as the Ronen Foundation Award, at 18 winning ‘Outstanding Musician’ status in Israel, and at 21 winning a Scholarship to Oxford University, where she won First Prize a record two years running in the Margaret Irene Seymour competition. Tal performed with the ISIS ensemble, the Somerville College Orchestra and the Jerusalem Festivals’ Orchestra. She studies with soprano Nelly Miricioiu and has just graduated with honours from Oxford University.