About Hila Plitmann
Grammy Award winning vocalist, songwriter and actress, Hilá Plitmann, is known worldwide for her unique expressive quality, as well as her effortless, glittering voice, and her ability to present challenging works of music with dexterity.
She has performed on many notable albums, and continues to accumulate an impressive catalogue of virtuosic recordings: Hans Zimmer’s Grammy Award nominated soundtrack to The Da Vinci Code; Eric Whitacre’s Good Night Moon with the LSO; Oscar winner John Corigliano’s song-cycle Mr. Tambourine Man with the Buffalo Symphony (for which she won a ‘Best Classical Vocal Performance’ Grammy); Richard Danielpour’s Grammy Award winning recording The Passion of Yeshua, with Buffalo Symphony Orchestra, to name a few.
Hilá performs with leading orchestras around the world, including the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the New York Philharmonic, The National Symphony, The Minnesota Orchestra, the Israeli Symphony and the London Symphony Orchestra, and has had the pleasure of working with outstanding world-renowned conductors such as Leonard Slatkin, EsaPekka Salonen, Thomas Adès, Carl St. Clair, Giancarlo Guerrero, Robert Spano and JoAnn Falletta.
In constant demand as a singer of new and contemporary music, Ms. Plitmann shines as a soloist in many world premieres, for example: Frank Zappa’s orchestral staged version of 200 Motels with the Los Angeles Philharmonic; Emmy Award winner Jeff Beal’s The Paper Lined Shack, with St. Louis Symphony Orchestra; the Dallas Opera world premiere of Mark Adamo’s Becoming Santa Claus; Yuval Sharon and Annie Gosfield’s War of the Worlds with the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
A unique crossover artist, Hila frequently collaborates within the realms of jazz, film, classical and world music. She regularly joins creative forces, performs and records with her new world music group, Renaissance Heart. Hila’s own songs and arrangements can be heard and seen on YouTube and social media platforms.
Her greatest wish is to inspire light, beauty, joy and love in others through her endeavors.
She loves poetry, has a black belt in Tae Kwon Do, takes endless walks connecting with Nature, and lives with her son and their cat in Los Angeles.
GRAMMY Award-winning singer, songwriter, and actress Hila Plitmann has worked with many leading conductors, and performed with the likes of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the New York Philharmonic, and the London Symphony Orchestra (LSO).
She has an impressive catalogue of varied recordings, including Hans Zimmer’s GRAMMY-winning soundtrack for The Da Vinci Code, Eric Whitacre’s Goodnight Moon with the LSO, and John Corigliano’s song cycle Mr. Tambourine Man with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, for which she won a GRAMMY Award. Recent recordings include Richard Danielpour’s Toward A Season of Peace and Corigliano’s Vocalise, both released to critical acclaim on Naxos.