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Marina Maximilian Blumin

Marina Maximilian Blumin
Background information
Birth name Marina Blumin
Born (1987-12-15) 15 December 1987 (age 26)
Origin Dnipropetrovsk, Soviet Union
Genres Jazz, Pop, Cabaret
Occupations Singer, Songwriter, Actress
Years active 2002–present
Labels Helicon
Associated acts Common Band, Avi Elman

Marina Maximilian Blumin (Hebrew: מארינה מקסימיליאן בלומין‎; born 15 December 1987), is an Israeli singer and actress. She was the runner up of the 5th season of Kokhav Nolad (Star is Born).

Early life

Marina was born in Dnipropetrovsk, Soviet Union (now Ukraine) on 15 December 1987. At the age of three, she immigrated to Israel with her parents. The family lived with friends in Ramat Gan before settling in the Pardes Katz neighbourhood of Bnei Brak. From a young age, she studied piano with her mother, Ella, a classical pianist, and sang in a choir. Marina later went to the conservatory where her mother taught.[1]

Marina graduated from Ironi Alef high school in Tel Aviv. She began performing at jazz clubs at the age of 15, after pianist Rick Birman took her under his wing. She performed at the Red Sea Jazz Festival in Eilat.[1] She sang with the Common Band, an Ethnic-Fusion-Rock-Jazz band in festivals and clubs, and performed a solo, Beit Sefer LeMiskhak ("Acting School") on Ohad Ben Avi's debut album.

Career

Kokhav Nolad

In 2007, Marina auditioned for the 5th season of Kokhav Nolad and was accepted. During the show, she mostly sang Israeli pop and folk songs, adding her own jazz nuances. She sang "Halomot" ("Dreams") by Ruhama Raz, "Shir Ahuvat HaSapan" ("Song of the Sailor's Lover") by Rita, "Bluz Kna'ani" ("Canaan Blues") by Ehud Banai and "Vidui" ("Confession") by Alexander Penn (sung by Yehudit Ravitz). In the end, Marina qualified for the final along with Bo'az Ma'uda and Shlomi Bar'el, and came in second, with Nurit Galron's "Nifradnu Kakh" ("That's How We Finished"). The prize was a contract with Helicon CD Company.

Post Kokhav Nolad

Blumin did not serve in the [1]

Acting career

Blumin appeared in two Cameri Theater productions: The play "Requiem" (at age fifteen) and in the musical "The Producers" at eighteen. She also participated twice in the Acre Festival, where she sang in the play "Schmetterling" ("Farewell, Butterfly"), which won first prize in 2005; In 2006, she later participated in "Rabak" and wrote the music for it, for which she received honorable mention. Blumin currently stars in the daily drama "Hasufim" ("Exposed") on HOT 3, where she plays a successful correspondent who moves to the competing channel.[1] She also plays a duty officer in the mystery series "Timrot Ashan", also on HOT 3.[2]

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Marina Maximilian Blumin site with concert listings, videos, articles, etc.
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