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Calling all girls who enjoy singing, dancing, and acting! Malky Giniger’s programs are just for you. How this powerhouse performer got started with her singing career…and how she connects to her audiences today.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

“I’ve always loved to sing,” declares Malky Giniger, who has produced more than 25 tapes, CDs, and DVDs since childhood. “I grew up in a musical home; my great-grandfather was the Modzitzer Rebbe, who was known for his niggunim. My father loved to sing and would coach me in singing complicated harmonies. By the time I was seven, I was already composing my own songs. “When I was in seventh grade, my mother gave me a birthday present of an hour in a studio. I got a bunch of friends together and we banged out eight songs. I was the lead vocalist; they were backup harmonies. We created a tape (it was before the days of CDs and mp3s!) and called it Voices of Youth. I made 100 copies and sold them to family and friends. Whatever money I made, I put aside for my next recording.”  

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