Netta Spiegel is an Israeli musician, artist, conductor and vocal performer. She researches the intersection of classical music, performance art, folk and troubadour tradition, voice, movement
Ms Spiegel graduated (Cum laude) in choir conducting and musicology at the Buchmann-Mehta school of music (Tel-Aviv, Israel)
in the class of Maestro Ronen Borshevsky.
Ms Spiegel has conducted various choirs and ensembles in Israel and around the world such as the Berlin Rundfunkchor, Pro Coro Canada, Garry Bertini Chamber choir, Collegium Ensemble Tel Aviv, Meitar ensemble- Tedarim project and more. She is a collaborative member and performer in the Great Gehenna Choir, and founder and musical director of the Opus Octopus Ensemble.
Ms Spiegel served as Choirmaster to Maestro Zubin Mehta in Mahler 2nd symphony with the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra,
and as ChoirMaster to Maestro Yoel Levi in Holst's "The Planets”.
Also, she prepared and conducted a chamber choir performing live with the Rolling Stones.
Since 2017, Ms Spiegel has been incorporating “Soundpainting”
in her work, a multidisciplinary language for live composition.
In February 2019, she participated in the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity residency for contemporary Choral Arts, conducting the Pro Coro Chamber Choir.
Ms Spiegel received the Colton scholarship for outstanding achievements (2014-2016), a scholarship for a promising young conductor granted by the Garry Bertini Fund and the Israeli ministry of culture (2015-2016), the Repsol emerging artist award (2019), the Israel Ministry of Culture grant for independent artists (2019-2020) and her works were kindly supported by the Pais art council and the Rabinovich fund.