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February 23, 2017

HaZamir at the Met

Join us on Sunday, March 26 at 4 p.m. as hundreds of HaZamir singers perform onstage at the Metropolitan Opera House at Lincoln Center. For more information on how you can be part of this once-in-a- ...
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January 30, 2017

2016 Zamir Choral Foundation Update

We are proud to present the official 2016 update of the Zamir Choral Foundation.Inside, you will see the enourmous strides our organization has made in the last year, and get updated on the latest ...
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January 20, 2017

Intervisitation and Chamber Choir Retreat

Singers and Conductors from all 29 HaZamir USA chapters gathered in Boston over the past weekend to participate in the annual HaZamir Intervisitation and Chamber Choir Retreat. Our singers were given ...
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January 19, 2017

HaZamir Teen Leader Shabbaton 2017

This past weekend, our 33 incredible USA Teen Leaders met in Natick, MA for the annual Teen Leader Shabbaton. This special weekend was one filled with social bonding and friendship but also served an ...
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January 10, 2017

MidVis 2017 - a Wonderful Success

Our winter retreats continue as HaZamir Cleveland hosts "MidVis". This special gathering welcomed singers from HaZamir Chicago, HaZamir Pittsburgh, HaZamir Minneapolis/St. Paul, and HaZamir Columbus ...
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  • My first Festival....I am overwhelmed by feelings of gratitude. You gave me an experience so deeply profound that I can hardly express it. You showed me a world of Jewish choral music I could not have imagined existed.

    -NAJCF attendee

  • Zamir Noded fills the last remaining void in the demographic of the Jewish Choral population. Now young people in their late teens and 20's finally have a place to sing quality Jewish music with a community of like-minded peers. Thank you for providing this venue for them-- and this listening opportunity for us! 

    -Zamir Noded audience member

  • The Zamir Choral Foundation does a brilliant job of bringing the best in Jewish music alive for performers and audiences alike. With the activities of the Mandell Fund for New Music, they go one step further, and take an active role in creating new pieces, and presenting them so they may become the repertory staples of the future. I'm very grateful to have been given the opportunity to contribute to this great legacy.

    -Steve Cohen, Composer

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