Aviva Chernick | In the Sea

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In the Sea

by Aviva Chernick

World/Cabaret. Luscious Judeo-Spanish world vibe meets the tales of Leonard Cohen and Kurt Weil. In the Sea is an intimate and sensual voyage.
Genre: Easy Listening: Cabaret
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2. Sunday in Savannah
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3. When the Sun Goes Down
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6. I Think It's Going to Rain Today
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7. Noches, Noches
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8. Dance Me to the End of Love
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9. Esta Montana D'Enfrente
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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IN THE SEA: an intimate and sensual, musical adventure. A 40-minute voyage of 10 songs that traverse the beauties of Judeo-Spanish folk melodies, the fancies of Kurt Weil German Cabaret and the soul of traditional Spirituals as well as the music of Leonard Cohen, Randy Newman and Torontonian, Kevin Quain. With musicians Tania Gill (The Flying Bulgar Klezmer Band, Saint Dirt Elementary School, Deep Dark United) on piano, harmonium and melodica and Andrew Downing (The Great Uncles of the Revolution, Melodeon, Jane Bunnett, Moe Koffman) on bass and cello, this World/Cabaret debut for Aviva Chernick is a music collection must have.

Aviva Chernick is a singer whose work over 10 years as a performer with a theatre and modern dance background informs all the artistic work in which she now engages. Her musical experiences have included a broad range of genres; Baroque, musical theatre, Middle Eastern, Sephardic, jazz, gospel and improvised music for dance. She works as a Cantorial Soloist where she lends her voice to Jewish spiritual practice throughout Toronto, Canada. She is also the lead singer in the world fusion ensemble Shakshuka(lightstonemusic.com). Her passion is Judeo-Spanish music and she is presently focusing on the creation of a new music project that uses this folk form as a launching point for her own sound. Aviva’s concert series, Wine, Woman and Song, is an evening of World Cabaret music performed in concert halls as well as intimate club settings. This album is the series brings together all of Aviva’s varied musical interests into one evening.
Aviva has played with many of Canada’s leading jazz and world musicians including Andrew Downing, Tania Gill, Chris Gartner, Aaron Lightstone, Angela Hammar, Sundar Viswanathan, Chris Mckhool, Jeffrey Wilson, Mark Inneo, Ernie Tollar, The Sisters of Sheynville, Levon Ichkhanian, Debashis Sinha, Victor Bateman, Kevin Quain, Tony Quarrington, Kevin Laliberte, Edie and Lenny Graf.


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Peggy J. Kleinplatz

In the Sea
This album is pure joy! It has not budged from my CD carousel since I first bought In the Sea one year ago. Aviva Chernick's mellifluous voice will remind you of early Judy Collins. Her soulful, soaring way with interpretation is where Norah Jones meets kd lang. The final medley combining Hannah Senesh with folk spirituals is utterly inspired.

Leeat Granek

Soulful, Soothing, Sublime
I am not a big Jazz person. Chernick’s CD kind of fell into my lap and I was amazed at how much I loved it when I ended up listening. Now I can't stop! I listen to the album ALL the time. I listen when I cook. I listen when I write. I listen when I am getting ready in the morning. There is something soulful and calming and inspiring about this velvety voice.It uplifts the spirit. Unlike anything I have ever heard before. The Medley is particularly moving. This would make an awesome Chanukah gift for anyone who loves and appreciates good music.