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Noam Wolf


Noam Wolf is an Israeli vocal artist, singer-songwriter, and composer. Her musical projects have been showcased in some of the biggest venues in Israel and around the world. Born and raised in Reut, Israel, and as the niece of famous Israeli Singer Yehushua Limoni, Noam was introduced to music at a very early age and started singing at 4 years old. She managed her own business of music ensembles for events in Israel and around the world and has written and recorded several songs that have been aired on national radio and television channels in Israel. Apart from her original music work, she specializes in vocal arrangements, composition, and voice-over. Wolf had studied at Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music between the years of 2014 and 2016, after which she studied and graduated at Y.Z.M College, receiving her diploma in Business Entrepreneurship. During her studies at Rimon, Wolf got to learn from and perform with some of the best musicians in the country, all of which are considered to be milestones of the Israeli music and jazz scenes


Virginia Schenck


Virginia Schenck, known by the stage name VA, is an accomplished international vocal artist and jazz performer, utilizing both straight-ahead, spoken word, and free improvisation. VA is an imaginative vocalist with a broad stylistic reach. She can soothe her audience with a beautiful ballad, invigorate them with a re-imagined standard and challenge them with a powerful blast of free improvisation. Yet all of these aspects exist within one singular and unique voice. VA often spices up her shows with world music influences from her own vocal exploration and CircleSinging, which she studied under the legendary Bobby McFerrin


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