Bat Marom began her artistic career as a painter, dancer and as a student of the composition of the late Prof. Abel Ehrlich.
She began her opera studies at the Mozartum in Salzburg and was invited to continue at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, where she completed her master's degree in opera. Already during her studies she performed with the Philadelphia Opera - North Opera, and participated in master classes with artists such as Luciano Pavarotti, Galina Vishnevskaya, Todd Duncan, Betty Allen, Regina Resnik and Anna Mofu.
At the end of her studies she won first place in the prestigious international competition "Opera Foundation" and joined the ensemble of the Deutsche Opera in Berlin, with whom she sang lead roles in operas by Wagner, Vardy, Bizet, Humperdinck and more.
Bavat performs in symphony concerts, chamber music and recitals by the best composers as well as premieres of contemporary composers, at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in New York, at the Deutsche Opera in Berlin, at the Israel Festival and more.
As a voice development teacher, Bavat specializes in the technique of the "Old Swedish / Italian School of Singing" and was chosen to be the successor of her most important teacher today, David Jones from New York, who personally trained her for this purpose.
Bavat teaches voice development at the Conservatory and the Academic Program for Jazz Studies in collaboration with New York New School.