Born in Israel, Roni Shitrit began her violin studies with Mr. Oscar Shraiberman at the Ramla Conservatory when she was 5 years old. She is currently pursuing her Bachelor of Fine Arts in violin performance at UNCSA with Professors Ida Bieler and Janet Orenstein.
Roni will have her Carnegie Hall debut at the Weill Recital Hall following her winning second prize in the New York International Artist Association competition (2022) and will perform recitals in Israel, Germany, Italy and USA. Roni has won numerous competitions around the world including the 2021 Music Teachers National Association Young Artist National Competition, the Moscow International online competition (2021) and the Bruno Frey music prize 2021 in Germany. She is also the 1st prize winner of the IMKA music competition (2021), one of the winners in the Master Orchestra international concerto competition in Bercia , Italy (2022). In addition, Roni received scholarships with exceptional distinction in performance from the American- Israel Cultural Foundation (2021), and scholarships from Rotary club in Ramla, Israel (2015, 2018).
Roni was a member of the Young Israel Philharmonic Orchestra of the Jerusalem Music Center. She participated in the David Goldman Chamber Music Program for Outstanding Young Musicians, the Huberman Program, Keshet Eilon Seminar, Ocshenausen Festival and the Ilona Feher Violin Program.
Roni participated in masterclasses with many world-renowned violinists, including Benjamin Schmidt, Miriam Fried, Grigory Kalinovsky, Itzhak Rashkovsky, Michaela Martin, Michael Kopelman, Hagai Shaham, and Daniel Heifetz.