Nicole Raviv is an international singer-songwriter and stage performer. She has performed all over the world, singing in English, French, Spanish, Italian and Hebrew. Raviv was born in Montreal, Canada, where she received her earliest training at the Conservatory of Music at McGill University. At the young age of 10, she joined the touring cast of the Dora Wasserman Theatre where she found passion for acting. With a unique soulful tone influenced by an older sound, Nicole's success continued after she moved to New York, where she received further education in Manhattan's finest arts institutions, including her musical theatre conservatory training from AMDA (The American Musical and Dramatic Academy), her writing certification from NYU, and her BFA (Bachelor in Fine Arts) from The New School University. Nicole is an independent artist who enjoys collaborating with other musicians and performers. She is a female vocalist for many live bands in the Tri-State area as well as the official National Anthem singer for the New York Islanders National Hockey League. She depicts some of her best original work in her 2019 self-released single Do It For Love, and returns more spiritual and expressive as ever with her bilingual single 'Angel', which blends Middle-Eastern folk with psychedelic pop under a new umbrella of world music.