Born in 1979, Nurit Stark studied at the Rubin Academy in Tel Aviv, at the Juilliard School of Music in New York and at the Hochschule for Music in Cologne. Then, she perfected her skills with Ilan Gronich at the University der Künste in Berlin.

Since then, she has performed in the greatest halls (Carnegie Hall in New York, Wigmore Hall in London, Philharmonie in Berlin, Konzerthaus in Vienna, Mozarteum in Salzburg,) and plays as a soloist with renowned orchestras, notably the Philharmonic Orchestra of Israel and the Munich Radio Orchestra.

Host of several major festivals, she was invited in 2007 by the violinist Gidon Kremer to play at the Lockenhaus Festival.

Linked to pianist Cédric Pescia by a long-standing collaboration, their duo is supported by the Forberg-Schneider Foundation. She has recorded with him a CD of sonatas by Busoni and Enescu, a disc which has garnered the best reviews.

Her repertoire ranges from baroque to 21st century music, of which she is a committed performer. In 2006, she won the Special Prize for the best interpretation for the contemporary piece at the Leopold Mozart Competition in Augsburg.

Nurit Stark is regularly engaged in avant-garde stage projects that combine music and theatre.
She plays a Guarnerius violin dating from 1710.