Israeli born Soprano, Einat started out as chorister with the Moran choir and the Moran Vocal Ensemble, with whom she performed extensively nationwide and abroad as well as in such productions with the Israeli Opera as La Bohème, Carmen, Werther, Turandot, Tosca, Otello and more. Her first operatic roles as soloist with the Israeil Opera included Orit in Little Magic Flute (Mozart), the Shepherd Boy in Tosca (Puccini), Hänsel in Hänsel und Gretel (Humperdinck), the Girl in A Crescent Moon Tale (Shenhav) and Knabe in Die Zauberflöte (Mozart). She later sang the role of Bastienne in a “Magic Sounds – Stage Lights” youth opera production of Bastien und Bastienne (Mozart). Some of her more recent roles were The Dead Child in the world premiere of A Child Dreams after Hanoch Levin (Gil Shohat), Valencienne in Die lustige Witwe (Lehár) and Zerlina in Don Giovanni (Mozart), the latter two produced by the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music in Tel Aviv in 2011-2012. Her theatre appearances include various roles in And the Rat Laughed (Ella Milch-Sheriff), Badenheim 1939, Was it a Dream andFly Away (Milch-Shriff) in the Cameri theatre.
Einat was guest artist with most Israeli orchestras including the Israeli Philharmonic, Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, Rishon leZion Symphony and Haifa Symphony orchestra, Symphonette Raanana and the Israeli Chamber Orchestra, under the baton of such conductors as Zubin Mehta, Dan Ettinger, Yishay Steckler, David Sebba, Stenley Sperber, Mendy Rodan, Eitan Globersohn, Uri Leschmann, Malcolm Singer and many more. As concert artist Einat has collaborated with some of Israel’s most renowned pianists, among whom Arie Vardi is most notable, and has given recitals in Holland, Scotland, France and Vietnam.
In 2012 Einat graduated the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music where she studied under Ms. Efrat Bin-Nun. She has been the recipient of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation awards for outstanding musical performance since 2008. Additionally she won a scholarship from theIsrael Vocal Arts Institute Foundation, First Prize in the School of Music Vocal Awards for 2009-2010, was finalist in the prestigious Spring vocal Competition in 2012 and recently won the Atle Vestersjø Young Talent Award the 3rd International Singing Competition for Baroque Opera Pietro Antonio Cesti in Innsbruck, Austria. In 2013 Einat won the Second Prize at the Concorso lirico città di magenta in Italy and the Audience Prize at the Concours International de chant des Châteaux en Médoc 2013 Bordeaux-France. She has Recently performed as a soloist in Festival Classique the Hague with the Den Haag Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Rumon Gamba, and sang the second woman in Dido and Aeneas (Purcell), and Shepherdess in Venus and Adonis (Blow) in Production of The Innsbrucker Festwochen der Alten Musik, Austria.
These days she is based in Berlin.