Malka Silberberg-Schwarz, mezzo soprano, accompanied by Warren George Wilson, pianist.
Malka Silberberg-Schwarz, mezzo soprano, began her career in theater, including in the Habimah Theater, where she appeared in productions under the direction of Sir Tyrone Guthrie, but her great love of singing art songs and oratorio led to her pursuit of a concert career. Ms. Silberberg-Schwarz has appeared extensively in concerts and recitals in Israel, England, Brazil, and the United States (Portland, Maine; Toms River, New Jersey; Boston, Massachusetts; Providence, Rhode Island; Stamford, Connecticut; Baltimore, Maryland; Washington, D.C.; Raleigh, North Carolina; Miami, Florida; Louisville, Kentucky; Dayton, Ohio; Detroit, Michigan; Stevens Point, Wisconsin; and Chicago, Illinois). In New York City, Malka Silberberg-Schwarz has sung at Carnegie Hall, Town Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Hall, Radio City Music Hall, Kaufmann Concert Hall at the Y, and Museum of the City of New York. She was soloist with the New York City Ballet at The New York State Theater in Liebeslieder Waltzer (Brahms) and Midsummer Night’s Dream (Mendelssohn), George Balanchine, choreographer. She also sang the Brahms with the company in London, England at Covent Garden. Malka Silberberg-Schwarz was co-director of Music by Invitation, a project of the New York Foundation for the Arts.
Kol Dodi arranged by Malka Silberberg-Schwarz and Warren George Wilson.
Hulet Hulet arranged by Malka Silberberg-Schwarz and Warren George Wilson.