Solo strolling violin
Elegant, intimate, and versatile, solo violin music will make your celebration one to remember. Request your favorite from her musical menu of timeless melodies for the perfect accompaniment to your special occasion.
Music for every occasion
The perfect elegant touch to your wedding. Choose from the classics in her extensive repertoire, or request an arrangement of that song that is only yours.
Restaurants & Country Clubs
For Valentine’s Day dinner or Mother’s Day brunch, what better way to celebrate the ones we love than serenading them with their favorite song? Merav can provide music for ambience, or take requests at each table.
A beautiful addition to your holiday dinner party or anniversary celebration. From Christmas songs to Irish fiddle, you'll find music to entertain every guest.
Residents will stroll down memory lane and share stories with their friends as they listen to the songs that bring it all back.
"It's a nice backdrop to what we're trying to do here. She is super talented, she plays lots of requests and the customers are getting used to having her.
Everybody's real excited about it; they think she's fantastic.”
- KEN BAKER, CHEF AND OWNER OF PACHAMAMA'S RESTAURANT
The perfect accompaniment to your dining experience
From classical favorites to Broadway show tunes, hoedowns and timeless ballads, everyone is sure to find something to satisfy their musical palate. There is even a menu just for kids!
Merav began her violin studies at age six with Lydia Mordokovitch and at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance in Israel. She received a B.A. from Smith College, majoring in Music and Jewish Studies, and a Master of Music in violin performance from the Cincinnati Conservatory. As a professional musician Merav played with the Kansas City Symphony and toured Europe with the Camerata Lawrence. She also performed with her own ensembles, the Meadowlark String Quartet and Trio Fontana, and as solo strolling violinist.
In 2006 Merav moved to the Bay Area to pursue a PhD in Ethnomusicology at UC Berkeley, where she wrote her dissertation on Israeli women singer-songwriters, while continuing to perform and teach violin in the area.
Merav lives in El Sobrante with her daughter, where they spend their days dancing, singing, and making miniatures.