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April 03, 2014

HaZamir in The Jewish Week

Vice President of Zamir Choral Foundation, Rabbi Gerald Skolnick writes "At Carnegie Hall, Teens Sing Jewish Identity."
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March 30, 2014

Kinor David Award

The Zamir Choral Foundation's Kinor David Award was given to Elena Neuman Lefkowitz and Jay Lefkowitz at the HaZamir Carnegie Hall Concert today.  Matthew Lazar presented Elena and Jay with a ...
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March 30, 2014

HaZamir at Carnegie Hall

HaZamir performed at Carnegie Hall on Sunday, March 30th.  The full stage and sound of 300 plus teens from across the United States and Israel provided a delightful afternoon of Jewish song to ...
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February 23, 2014

Jack Gottlieb Memorial Concert

The Zamir Chorale was among the featured performers in a concert celebrating the music and memory of Jack Gottlieb at 4 p.m. on Sunday afternoon, February 23 at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute ...
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February 11, 2014

HaZamir at Carnegie Ticket Sales Update

Ticket Sales to parents and Sponsorships for the HaZamir Gala Concert at Carnegie Hall on Sunday, March 30th at 3pm have exceeded expectations.  Orchestra, First and Second tier seating is sold ...
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  • Every year, for 5 glorious days, I am transported to a world of Jewish music, friendship and sheer joy. I start counting the days to the next Festival as soon as I get into my car for the drive home!    

    -NAJCF participant

  • 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

  • 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

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