Born in Jerusalem, Moran Abouloff was a member of the IDF-Outstanding Musicians Program during her period of military service 2000-2002. She studied at the Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Hochschule of Music and Theatre in Leipzig with Professor Jeanette Favaro-Reuter und Professor Hans-Joachim Beyer. After 2002 she gained scholarships from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation, and in the years 2002-2009 held the IVAI Scholarship (International Vocal Arts Institute, Tel-Aviv), and was a participant and prize-winner at the IVAI Opera Workshop for singers, répétiteurs and conductors at the Metropolitan Opera, New York.
Moran Abouloff made her debut in 2006 at the Gera-Altenburg opera house, appearing as Anna in the operetta "Das Feuerwerk" by Paul Burkhard. In a production of the American Opera Project in 2008 she was heard in one of the principal roles of Janice Hammer’s opera "Lost Childhood.” At the 2006 Aviv Competition in Tel-Aviv she won the audience’s prize, and in 2007 an advancement prize in the Yamaha Vocal Competition in Bremen. In 2010 she was awarded the second prize in the Robert Stolz Competition in Hamburg. Since the 2008/09 season she has been engaged in a full position at the State Theatre in Braunschweig, her roles there including Musetta in "La Bohème", Blonde in "Die Entführung aus dem Serail" und Marzelline in “Fidelio”. In 2009 Moran Abouloff, recorded for German Radio the role of Inez in Spohr’s "Der Alchymist," performing with baritone Bernd Weikl.