Carmit Natan, soprano, was born in Jerusalem, Israel.
Carmit began singing from a very young age in the professional children choir Ankor, with which she appeared as a soloist in Israel and abroad.
She completed her degree of B. Mus. at the Jerusalem Music Academy with Prof. Efrat Ben Nun, and a Masters in performance at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, specializing in early music repertoire in the class of prof. Gerd Türk.
She received lessons from Alessandro De Marchi, Roberto Gini, Antonella Gianese, Ashley Solomon, Margreet Honig, Andreas Scholl, Anthony Rooley, Evelyn Tubb, Simone Kermes, María Cristina Kiehr and Jeanette Favaro-Reuter.
As a soloist, Carmit performed Bach (Johannes Passion, Magnificat and various cantatas), Faure (Requiem), Masses by Bach, Haydn, Poulenc and Rossini, Carissimi (Jephte), Vivaldi (Magnificat), Händel (Alexander’s Feast, Dixit Dominus), Lulier (Weihnachtsoratorium) and M. A. Charpentier (Le malade imaginaire) among others.
Recently she participated in a concert presenting newly discovered cantatas by Alessandro Stradella, with Maestro René Jacobs, and performed and recorded Biber’s Missa Salisburgensis with Maestro Jordi Savall and La Capella Reial de Catalunya.
Carmit has performed as a soloist with various orchestras, conducted by Jordi Savall, Rinaldo Alessandrini, Andrew Parrott, Nicolas Krüger, Yaron Gottfried, Stanley Sperber, David Shemer and Yuval Ben Ozer.
Carmit is a member of various ensembles such as “La Capella Reial de Catalunya”, “Choeur de Chambre de Namur”, "La Cetra Vokalensemble "and “Novantik Basel”.