"The freshest, edgiest, weirdest artist on the Israeli airwaves today."
—PRI's The World
Jerusalem-based Victoria Hanna is known for mesmerizing interpretations of traditional Jewish texts (both Hebrew and Aramaic) that combine traditional Middle Eastern sounds with contemporary genres, such as rap and hip-hop. But it was her first official video single, “Aleph-Bet,” that garnered more than 68,000 views in the first week, signaling that her unique, experimental sound is perhaps going more mainstream.
In the Bing Studio, she performs her existing repertoire and new work she is developing at the Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life at UC Berkeley, during her fall residency there based on amulets in their collection.