Aviv Weinberg

Aviv Weinberg (c) Tobias Barniske

Aviv Weinberg studied at the seminary for cantors at the Abraham Geiger College and is registered on the Masters course in Jewish Studies at the University of Potsdam. She is a fellow of the Ernst Ludwig Ehrlich Scholarship Department and has the privilege of regularly being able to attend courses by many different cantors from Israel and the USA, including Prof. Eliyahu Schleifer, Josee Wolf, Danny Maseng and Israel Goldstein. She has already performed on many different occasions including for the Abraham Geiger Prize, a ceremony in memory of Rabbi Prof. Leo Trepp, the Israel Jacobson Prize, the ordination of rabbis at the Abraham Geiger College and the marriage of the Prince of Prussia in Potsdam.
Weinberg has been an intern in the Jewish communities in Göttingen, Munich, Berlin, Hanover and Hamburg and gained her BA in music from the Rubin Academy for Music and Dance in Jerusalem. As a member of an ensemble she has appeared at numerous festivals including the Sardinia Festival, the Polyfollia Festival in France, the Biblical Festival in Slovenia and the Note di Pace Festival in Rome.
Her extended repertoire includes various musicals as well as pieces by Bach, Handel, Verdi, Mozart, Britten, Menotti and a piece by Arik Shapira, which was recorded for the documentary Am Großen Wannsee (On the Great Wannsee Lake). She speaks Hebrew, English and German.