AVIVA is a freelance singer-songwriter living in Brooklyn, NY.
Throughout her musical career, AVIVA has pulled from an array of influences; her style has been described as a mixture of Adele, Birdy, and Lea Michele. She was trained as a classical singer for ten years, and has performed in countless venues across Israel and in the U.S. She released her debut album, "Paper Cranes," on June 5th, 2017.
AVIVA realized her musical passions early, memorizing and singing Disney songs before she learned to speak. She began taking private vocal lessons when she was nine years old and trained in classical music until she graduated from high school, including 3 years of majoring in Classical Vocals and Music Theory at The Conservatory of Music of Hebrew University in Jerusalem. At twelve years old, AVIVA held a solo benefit concert in Atlanta, in which she raised over a thousand dollars for The National Tay Sachs and Allied Diseases Association.
As a part of her education, AVIVA had opportunities to perform in a number of venues across Israel, including performances with the orchestra of The Conservatory of Music of Hebrew University, conducted by Michael Klinghoffer.
After she graduated high school, AVIVA sang at the “Coordinators Event” attended by Former Minister of Defense, Moshe Yaalon, along with many other dignitaries.
AVIVA's debut album, "Paper Cranes", features signature piano ballads and new twists on upbeat narratives, while blending the spice of indie-pop with the melodic characteristics of classical music.