Celebrate Yom Yerushalayim with Cantor Elias Rosemberg as he hosts colleagues from around the continent in an evening of music and songs.
- Cantor Natalia Arazi – Argentina
- Cantor Gaston Bogomolni – Miami
- Cantor Arianne Brown – Washington, D.C.
- Cantor Pablo Duek – California
- Cantor Daniel Gross – Michigan
- Cantor Ari Litvak – Mexico
- Cantor Elana Rozenfeld – Newton
- Cantor Robbie Solomon – Newton
- Cantor Ramon Tasat – Maryland
Growing up in a family of Cantors and Klezmer musicians, Cantor Elias Rosemberg may have been destined to perform. From his early days as a wedding singer in Buenos Aires to his present position as the Cantor for Temple Emanuel in Newton, MA. (the largest Conservative synagogue in New England) his talent and energy have made him a stand-out performer. No stranger to radio, television, and the recording industry, he won the “Argentina Sings for Israel” vocal contest in 1998.Jerusalem Day or Yom Yerushalayim, is an Israeli national holiday commemorating the reunification of Jerusalem and the establishment of Israeli control over the Old City in the aftermath of the June 1967 Six-Day War. The day is officially marked by state ceremonies and memorial services.On May 12, 1968, the government proclaimed a new holiday – Jerusalem Day – to be celebrated on the 28th of Iyar, the Hebrew date on which the divided city of Jerusalem became one. the Knesset passed the Jerusalem Day Law, making the day a national holiday. Our eternal capital of the Jewish people is to be celebrated.What better way to celebrate Jerusalem than to have a concert with colleagues from different countries and cities around the world? While it is always difficult to gather all of these cantors in one place at the same time because of travelling and calendar logistics, we are grateful that in these unusual times filled with uncertainty, the magic of video and the internet makes it possible. Please join Temple Emanuel and Cantor Elias Rosemberg as we enjoy a night of song.The Yom Yerushalayim Concert will premiere on Thursday, May 21st at 8:00pm and will remain vieweable at www.templeemanuel.com/YomYerushalayim after that date.+ More... - Less...
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