The Zamir Choral Foundation
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
Thank you for showing me the real beauty in music. Thank you for bringing me close to American and Israeli friends who now feel like family. And thank you for making US your mission.
It was thrilling to be on stage with 300 other singers, and to contribute my voice to the celebration of this exciting celebration of Zionism and pride.
-National Jewish Chorale member
Vice President of Zamir Choral Foundation, Rabbi Gerald Skolnick writes "At Carnegie Hall, Teens Sing Jewish Identity."
The Zamir Choral Foundation, created by Matthew Lazar, promotes choral music as
a vehicle to inspire Jewish life, culture, and continuity.
Zamir Choral Foundation
475 Riverside Drive, Suite 1948
New York, NY 10115
Phone: (212) 870-3335
Fax: (212) 870-3336
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