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Sophie Milman

Sophie Milman
Milman in July 2010
Background information
Born 1983
Ufa, Russia
Genres Jazz
Pop Standards
Occupation(s) Singer
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2004–present
Labels Linus Entertainment
Website .comsophiemilman

Sophie Milman (°1983)[1][2] is a Russian-born jazz vocalist who lives in Canada. After emigrating from Russia in the early 1990s, Milman, who is Jewish,[3][4] spent most of her childhood years in Israel where she listened extensively to jazz. Her self-titled debut album was released on October 12, 2004, in Canada via Linus Entertainment and in 2006 in the United States on Koch.

Milman graduated from the University of Toronto in 2011 with a Bachelor of Commerce degree. [5]

She won 2008 Juno Award for Vocal Jazz Album of the Year for Make Someone Happy.

Her recording of "So Long, You Fool" is used in commercials for Air Wick Winter Collection candles.[6]

Milman is married to lawyer, professor, and musician Casey Chisick, who was also the executive producer on Milman's albums Make Someone Happy (2007) and Take Love Easy (2009), as well as her concert DVD Live in Montreal (2008).[7][8][9]



  1. ^ Serge, Joseph (2011-11-10). "Singer Sophie Milman reflects on her immigrant roots". The Jewish Canadian News. 
  2. ^ "Jazz Singer Sophie Milman Makes Homecoming to Israel". Canada Newswire. 2011-06-16. 
  3. ^ Swift, Glenn R. (March 2008). "Sophie Milman: So Much Accomplished… So Much More to Come". I'm Jewish, and growing up in Russia I never felt at home. 
  4. ^ Loudon, Christopher (December 2007). "Sophie Milman: Beauty and the Geek". JazzTimes. We were probably the only Jewish family in Israel blaring gospel music... 
  5. ^
  6. ^ "Air Wick Winter Collection TV Commercial Music". Retrieved 2011-01-25. 
  7. ^ Gray, Jeff (2010-04-20). "Changing Canada's tune on copyright law". Globe and Mail. 
  8. ^ Casey Chisick at Cassels Brock Lawyers
  9. ^ Casey Chisick at Osgoode Hall Law School

External links

  • Official website
  • Record label
  • Audio interview with Sophie Milman, November 2007
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