Na’ama is a London based Composer originally from Bnei-Brak, a small Orthodox-Jewish town on the outskirts of Tel-Aviv, Israel. Her work spans around collaborations, with a focus on: Contemporary Dance,Opera, Installations,Theatre and Instrumental music.
Upon completion of her compulsory military service as a Pianist at the Air-Force orchestra (IDF), Na’ama started her Composition studies at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance where she earned commissions from Israel’s leading Orchestras such as the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra and the Israel Camerata Orchestra. Having since completed her degree at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama under Matthew King, Na’ama is currently studying towards a Masters in Composition at the Royal College of Music under Mark-Anthony Turnage (supported by the Polonsky Award).
Since arriving at the UK Na’ama presented her work at: DANCE UK at Sadler’s Wells, East London Dance at Stratford Circus, Resolution! At The Place, Tete a Tete Opera Festival at Riverside Studios, Grimeborn Opera Festival at Arcola Theatre, Aldebrugh Music Festival, The Lindbury Studio Theatre, Barbican Cinema, Roundhouse, National Portrait Gallery, Limewharf Gallery and Brighton Dome.
She took part in the following schemes: Britten-Pears Young Artists Program, Sound and Music Portfolio Scheme and Royal Opera House and East London Dance Emerging Artists Program.