Born in Israel. BA magna cum laude from the Department of Thearte at the Tel Aviv University. Studied at the academy of music in Tel Aviv and with high profile vocal teachers in Europe and New York, such as Wolfgang Millgram and William Schuman. Regularly attended the international summer opera programs of the IVAI. Sang in Master classes with Siegfried Jerusalem, Hilde Zadeck, HatmuthHoell, Verena Keller, Lucy Arner etc..Winner of the Laubachprize at the International Hans Gabor Bellveder singing competition in Vienna, 2005, and the Schloss Rheinsberg Festival 2009. Recipient of scholarships from the IVAI, AICF, the Ronen foundation and the New York Wagner Society. In 2000 won the Davidoff prize for outstanding achievements in Acting studies and received a special scholarship from the America Israel Cultural Foundation for opera studies in New York.
The main highlight of the opera was the singing if the tenor Guy Mannheim, who will be remembered as one of the stars if the entire evening. Over the past years Mannheim has been working abroad and has become a wonderful Wagnerian tenor. He has a rich and colorful voice, fantastic acting skills, and impressive presence. A perfect match for the role.
Guy Mannheim who got the significant and leading role of the evening, fascinated with his dark and beautiful tenor voice, and his Orson Welles presence which has upgraded the entire production several levels higher.
Noam Ben zeev, Haarets
Guy Mannheim als Siegmund durchaus ebenbürtig, der enorme Durchsetzungskraft entfaltet, aber auch in den leisen Passagen noch vielfältigste Zwischentöne unterzubringen in der Lage ist. Guy Mannheim as Siegmund quite equal, unfolds the enormous penetrating force, but also in the quiet passages is still capable of accommodating a wide variety of middle notes.
The Siegmund, Guy Mannheim, displayed a youthful, room-filling sound and a nice Heldentenor ring.
Classical Voice America