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Ninet is a rock artist, now based in LA, with a sound reminiscent of The Kills, PJ Harvey and The Yeah Yeahs and with a subtle and unique middle eastern influence. 

Already recognized as one of the most influential musicians in her hometown of Israel, Ninet is now bringing her distinctive sound overseas.

Heralded by NPR, Paste Magazine, Rolling Stone, and many more for her solo performances as well as her involvement with Porcupine Tree’s Steven WilsonNinet is no stranger to the States and has made L.A. her home base and just released Paper Parachute. The full-length (which includes singles “Subservient”, “Superstar”and “Child”) is available now.


Lee Triffon

Lee Triffon is an Israeli born musician, singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer.

Over the past decade, Triffon has shined by mixing concepts and bending genres.  She’s created and lead various musical projects that challenge the norm and present a unique and artistic perspective. Ranging from her early prog-rock years fronting the acclaimed Israeli prog-rock band, Eatliz, to her melodic EDM solo project, Kokoro, where she collaborated with producer Dan Farber. Her most recent self-titled solo project experiments with ethereal down-tempo and futuristic sounds. Triffon is also one half of the duo project, White Wolvz, which is a fusion of electronica and experimental world music.  


Artists Civia has worked with include:

  • Maroon 5
  • Major Lazer
  • Jason Mraz
  • Eric Hutchinson
  • Christina Perri
  • Flyleaf
  • Joshua Radin
  • Josh Kelley
  • The Kin

….and more


Volunteer Work

Jewish National Fund gives all generations a unique voice in building a prosperous future for the land and people of Israel. Civia sits on the board of Jewish National Fund in Los Angeles, on the national Board of Trustees for JNFuture, the organization's young professionals division, and is chair of JNF's new Arts & Entertainment Task Force. 

CCFP is an organization comprised of prominent entertainment industry professionals who promote music and the arts as a bridge to peace, support artistic freedom, and counter the cultural boycott of Israel. Civia is proud to sit on the organization's Professional Network Committee.