Franciska is a composer, producer and podcast host. She creates her masterpieces by weaving eternal words of prayer into soulful guitar melodies. Raised in religious school and in musical academy, Franciska's compositions reflect her commitment to bridging both worlds.
Franciska started playing the piano at six years old. She began composing after she mastered the guitar at the young age of twelve. While studying in high school, she toured in the US and Europe with the musical ensemble Ilanit.
Currently, Franciska is producing her 6th album from her own recording studio and offers her music production services to others. She performs at women only events and runs “Karaoke-Studio”, a latest trend at Bat-Mitzvahs. She hosts “The Franciska Show” Podcast, interviewing Jewish women in the arts and entertainment world.
What fans are saying...
"This is awesome! I love how she incorporates Israeli artists into her videos as of late. Franciska's a singing/producing machine. What a gift to us fans".
"This is my favorite! Everything Franciska touches turns to gold!"
"There's something about Franciska's pronunciation that fascinates me. I'm hooked!" -Judith
"My 1.5 year old was clapping and dancing to the music :)"
“Franciska, the most talented female Jewish composer out there”
“Found myself tapping my leg during the song so clearly a great rhythm”
“You rock girl! You are doing such incredible things and spreading so much light with your music and just who you are as a person!”
“JEWISH WOMEN MAKE THE BEST MUSIC! Enjoying Franciska in my kitchen today.”
"Franciska's music combines pop and elegance, giving me just what I need to feel uplifted and free. "Avadti" from Megilat Esther brings to life the drama of Esther's courageous choice."
"Thanks so much for your new CD, the catchy tunes together with timeless words are amazing! My five-year-old son just requested "Franciska"! and his two-year-old sister is singing "shiru l'hashem". דברים שיוצאים מהלב נכנסים ללב, your music is true "soul music" for all ages! Keep the songs coming!e musicians."
"Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful talent with all of us, and for being an inspiration and role model for religious female musicians."
"Franciska's tunes play a beautiful balance of ancient texts and current style."
- Sarah J.