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“I am drawn to Rivky by her raw talent. What I love about her as an artist is the strength in her vulnerability- absolutely beautiful. I can’t wait to hear more from her!” –Grammy Winner, Amy Lee, Evanescence

Rivky radiates a folky, bluesy, caba-rocker, Jacques Brelian, Joplin-esque nostalgia, a longing for the old yet something never heard before.

Hear Mr. Honey (Amy Lee/Rivky)

Spoken Word: Final Closing Number (Catch 22) With Maya Angelou intro:

Hallelujah (Original last verse):

Eulogy for the livingBeneath The Greenless Garden

About Rivky

A hidden prodigy, scared shipless, navigating, Rivky is an extraordinarily gifted storyteller-singer with lyrical ingenuity, a Jaques Brelian/Kurt Weill/Freddie Mercury nostalgia, living with and sometimes candidly speaking on the awkward subject of psychosis, stigma, being quirky, funny, beautifully messy with unique beat structures, raw, theatrical, spreading light through song and curryaki matzoh-balls, a soulful foodie momma, nourishing audiences. Invited Off-Broadway, self trained in piano, vocals, writing, where began the kickstart album release with her beautiful two fingered friend and cellist Brian Sanders, (ah yes, a kook and a cripple, kismet at its best, ey!), performing at The Kennedy Center, stages featuring Suzanne Vega and Rivky’s latest, “Hear Me Mr. Honey”,  produced by Grammy winning Amy Lee, Evanescence. Rivky was raised in the Jewish, Amish like, “frum” world, cut off from mainstream, prohibited from singing publicly in front of men. She was born to a Venezuelan mother and an Israeli father, making her mix up some Ay dios and Oy vey cocktails everywhere. You can find out more or less, equally, at the 2,019 social media sites that stifle and zombify our gevaldig healthy living. Good luck making your choice…

Cello Soul At The Yiddish Cafe:  

Lonely Bird:

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“A powerful, powerful singer. Capable of reaching notes too high and low for most -and capable of hitting them with emotion.” -Howard Bloom, Former publicist for Billy Joel and Prince.

 Live at Birdland Jazz Club in NYC:

Melancholy Rise (Film Score exploration ) -film-score

 “Stand Clear Of The Closing Doors” (NYC Subway)

Aussie Director Jack Feldstein currently uses Rivky’s work in musical theater: .

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Rivky tip-toes the NY scene also selling art to collectors such as Sheila Gray, wife of Macy’s President, including a recent painting published in Yale’s literary magazine. At the age of eleven the discovery of an old piano collecting dust was salvation, training herself in piano, vocals, composing and painting.  Rivky performs live when she’s able to. jp-carousel-686




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