Performs regularly as a soloist and chamber music artist with ensembles such as OWLOS recorder quartet, The soloists of the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra, Quynade, Tel Aviv Baroque etc. Alongside her work on medieval, renaissance and baroque music, is one of the most active performers of contemporary music for recorder in Israel, having had more then 80 pieces composed for her by prominent composers.
Records regularly to Israel’s Kol HaMusica, and had recorded to ABC (Australia), WGBH (USA) and CDs for Albany records, EWB and TELAD.
In recent years Drora had decided to dedicate much of her time to caching young artists and is currently teaching at the Jerusalem Academy of Music & Dance, The Washington Hill College for education and is the director of the Early Music department at the the Israel Conservatory of Music, Tel Aviv. Is a sought after teacher, coach of recorder teachers and is invited to teach masterclasses internationally.
Holds a BMus from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, a diploma from the Civica Scuola di Musica in Milano and an MA degree in music education from the Levinsky College of education.