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Riki Guy (Hebrew: ריקי גאי) (born c. 1975) is an Israeli full-lyric soprano.
Riki Guy graduated from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance in 1997. Master classes and private coaching include work with voice professionals such as William Woodruff, Joan Dorneman, Ileana Cotrubaș, Silvia Sass, Vera Rozsa, Mignon Dunn, Renata Scotto, Diana Soviero, Gabriel Bacquier, Eliane Manchet and Sherrill Milnes.
In 2002, Riki Guy won the International Media Prize, the Prize of the Chambre Professionnelle des Directeurs d’Opera, and the special prize of the Leipzig opera at the Hans Gabor Belvedere Competition in Vienna. In 2001, Ms. Guy won First Prize in the opera category, at the International Vocal Competition in Marmande, France.
In 2000, Riki Guy won first prize in the Vera Rozsa Vocal Competition, and later that year she won first prize in the "Lions" Vocal Competition, both in Israel. That year, Riki Guy also won the special prize granted by the chairman of the jury of the Romeo et Juliette competition in Budapest.
Scholarships and awards include the Israel Vocal Arts Institute scholarships (1996–2006), America Israel Cultural Foundation scholarships (1993–2002). Additional important awards include two New Israeli Opera awards – the "Grebov" Prize in 2000 and the "Basser" Prize in 1999.