Chava started singing as a teenager, performing with several selective choirs, including Pennsylvania’s All-State Choral Ensemble, where she ranked fourth high soprano in the state, and the National Association for Music Education Eastern Division Honors Chorus, where she performed under Grammy-award winning conductor Jerry Blackstone. She also performed in Carnegie Hall, NYC with the American Choral Director’s Association All-Eastern Honors Choir. Chava received the Loeb Performing Arts Scholarship in 2006, for which was awarded a scholarship and the honor of performing at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia.
Inspired by the teachings of Chabad Chassidism, Chava began pursuing a more traditional Jewish lifestyle at age 18. She has since performed exclusively for women audiences across the United States, singing an eclectic repertoire of music in English, Hebrew, Yiddish, Ladino, Russian, French, and Italian.
Chava lives in New Jersey with her husband Michoel (The Fighting Rabbi) and their three sons.