In July 2015 Sarit and her family moved from Canada to the UK and she started her new position as the Larkhill Music Director in September of the same year. She also runs workshops for choirs in London area and in Wiltshire, focusing on choral vocal technique and performance skills. To contact her visit her website www.saritaloni.com.
Sarit Aloni is recognized as a conductor, singer, pianist, choral arranger and music educator. She received her Master of Music Degree in Choral Conducting from the University in British Columbia School of Music, Vancouver, Canada and her Bachelor Music Degree in vocal performance from the University of Tel ‐ Aviv School of Music, Israel. She received a diploma in piano at the age of 18 from the Jerusalem Conservatory of Music, and shortly after won a status of an ‘Excellent Musician’ serving in the Israeli Defense Forces as a singer and a pianist.
She studied conducting under Graeme Langager, Noam Sheriff and Avner Etay and received vocal training from Michela Sburlatti, Giovanna di Rocco, Liliana Pacinotti, Patrizia Gracis, Tamar Rachum and Hadassa Ben‐Haim.
She performed as a soloist both in Israel and in Italy and was honored to sing in 2004 on a Wednesday mass service as a soloist in front of Pope John Paul II at the Vatican in Rome.
She recently worked as the Music Director of the Vivaldi Chamber Choir and Fusion Latina and founded and conducted the Internationals Choir and the Jewish Vocal Ensemble in Vancouver, Canada. She also worked as a vocal coach with the Collegium Karalitanum choir (Italy) and founded the Anashim women’s choir in Sardinia.
Side by side to her work as a choir conductor Sarit is a voice teacher since 2003. She taught in various schools of music and conservatories both in Israel and in Italy, where she also worked as a piano accompanist for singers and choirs.