Avi Kaplan Biography
|Date of Birth:||1989 , April-17|
|Age:||29 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 Feet 11 Inch|
|Birth Name||Avriel Benjamin Kaplan|
|Birth Place/City||Visalia, California|
|Net Worth||$8 million|
|Books||Joshua Kaplan, Esther Kaplan|
|Albums||Sage and Stone, Pentatonix|
Avi Kaplan, an American musician, and singer is a fond of classical music. He also plays the guitar and composes and arranges music for both choral and a cappella. He is a former member of the Pentatonix; other members include Scott Hoying, Kevin Olusola, Kirstin Maldonado and Mitch Grassi. Avi is the bass vocalist of Pentatonix.
Early Life, Education, And Bio Of Avi Kaplan
Avriel Kaplan was born Avriel Benjamin Kaplan on April 17, 1989, in Visalia, California under the birth sign Aries. Kaplan is American by nationality and belongs to White ethnicity. He is the son of Shelly Kaplan and Michael Kapaln.
Kapan is originally from the small town of Visalia, California, but moved to Upland, California, in 2007. His parents raised him with his siblings, a brother Joshua Kaplan and a sister Esther Kaplan.
He attended Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, CA. Kaplan is a serious student of classical music who also plays the guitar and composes and arranges music for both choral and a cappella. A Visalia, CA native, Avi moved to Walnut, CA in 2007 to attend Mt. San Antonio College, known worldwide for their strong choral and a cappella tradition. In 2008, he joined Fermata Nowhere, a high-energy male Cappella group.
Avi Kaplan's Career
Avi Kaplan won the competition’s award for “Best Rhythm Section,” the first year that this award had ever included a vocal bass (the award was called “Best Vocal Percussionist” before Avi’s victory prompted the language change). In his third year at Mt. San Antonio, Avi joined Syncopation, an award-winning jazz ensemble that won the Monterey Jazz Festival Competition in his first year.
Avi Kaplan has performed at venues worldwide, including New York City’s Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall." Avi loves playing the guitar, composing and arranging music and is training in opera.
Along with classical music, Avi's singing voice was low in several vocal jazz and contemporary Cappella groups in the last seven years. In 2008, he joined "Fermata Nowhere," a cool, high-energy, in-your-face, male a capella group of Mt. San Antonio College.
In its second year, "Fermata Nowhere" won the ICCA, the first community college ever to do so. In this competition, Avi Kaplan received a special award for "Best Rhythm Section" in previous years, the award had been coined the "Best Vocal Percussionist" and had never been assigned a low voice.
Pentatonix, Avi’s Band
After winning The Sing-Off in 2011, the group got a $200,000 record deal--and was quickly dropped. So, they turned to YouTube, where their pop-rock covers have gathered over 1 billion views. In 2014, their Christmas album sold over 1 million copies, one of only three acts to accomplish the feat that year; in 2015 they took home their first Grammy, and their self-titled album debuted atop the Billboard charts. He left the band in earlier 2017 to start his solo career.
Avi Kaplan's Net worth
The American singer has an estimated net worth of $8 million as per Celebrity Net Worth. He owes his fortune to smart stock investments, substantial property holdings, and lucrative endorsement deals with CoverGirl cosmetics.
He also owns several restaurants in Washington, a Football Team, has launched his brand of Vodka and is tackling the juniors market with a top-selling perfume.
Avi Kaplan's Personal Life and Affairs
Avi Kaplan is not yet ready to take the responsibility of his wife so he is unmarried. Kaplan has not spotted with anyone and also has not introduced anyone as his girlfriend, so, he might be possibly single in the present days.
In the past, he was rumored to be dating Kristie Maldonado who is one of the band members. However, the dating rumors of the duo proved to be false as Kristie was actually linked with Jeremy Lewis since 2013.
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