Listen to the music from the live theatrical concert, Meet Me in a Moment, written and directed by Aviva Chertok.
Violinist Aviva Chertok and pianist Monika Miodragovic debut their first album, with music of Ernest Bloch, Jonathan Leshnoff, Lazare Saminsky, and Paul Ben-Haim. Featuring the works of four great Jewish composers, these selections are infused with not just traditional Jewish themes and melodies, but also the spirituality and history of the people through its music old and new, ancient and reinvented.
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Solo and Chamber Music
Hello Panda Festival 2020 in NYC
Fritz Kreisler Arrangements Performed by Aviva Chertok | Daily Joy | From The Top
Janot S. Roskin 3 Yiddish Songs - Jascha Nemtsov, Aviva Chertok, Greg Gropper
50 Violinists From Every State in America Give Musical Thanks to Healthcare Workers | Salut d’Amour
Mendelssohn Violin Concerto (movm't 1) - Walgreens Competition MYA division 2011
The Meshugene Quartet - Shostakovich No. 9 V. Allegro slideshow
Haydn Op. 64 No. 3, Adagio ma non troppo
Piazzolla - El Tango (1965)
Playing for online music festival 'AndraTuttoBene' in Italy, to boost morale during the pandemic!
Masks and social distance keep the music going in 2020. Recording session with composer Ashley Beck (photo: Ogunsola Carter III).
With violinmaker Liu Zhaojun in Shanghai
Backstage with some beautifully dressed dancers at the Hello Panda Festival in NYC!
Performing at Northbrook Library with the Picardy Collective!
Busking in South Kensington, London UK Photo: Chris Christodoulou
With the concertmaster of the YMSO, after one of our performances in St. John's Smith Square, London.
My final performance at the Royal College of Music, in the Amaryllis Flemming Concert Hall.
My wonderful teacher, professor Itzhak Rashkovsky and I after my final masters recital at the Royal College of Music.
Performing music by composer Michael-Thomas Foumai, with Hidemi Minagawa at the Bowdoin International Music Festival.
Performing in the Victoria & Albert Museum. Music transcends borders! My fellow musicians are from Sweden, Spain, and Scotland.
Cheering up patients at a hospital in Jerusalem, Israel.