Three Jewish Movements, Three Famed Cantors, One Voice
To celebrate Jewish Music Week, Holy Blossom Temple welcomes the harmonious Three Cantors from New York.
Cantor Azi Schwartz, Park Avenue Synagogue
Cantor Mo Glazman, Temple Emanu-El
Cantor Chaim Dovid Berson, The Jewish Center
$20 Youth (18 and under)
For tickets & information, contact Mari Lynn 416-789-3291, ext. 224
Three cantors from three movements have come together to create A harmonious journey called “One Voice.”
Acclaimed by New York Jewish life as a “Wonderful tenor and star attraction,” Cantor Mo Glazman has performed throughout the world. He has concertized at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and the National Opera Center. He is the senior cantor of Congregation Emanu-El NYC, The largest synagogue in the world.
Cantor Azi Schwartz is the senior cantor of Park Avenue Synagogue and is a world renowned vocal performer and recording artist. Cantor Schwartz represented the Jewish people at the multireligious service at the national September 11 Memorial. He plays the Cantor’s role in Richard Gere‘s movie ‘Norman.’
An internationally acclaimed cantor and Hasidic music singer, Cantor Chaim Dovid Berson has performed at music festivals throughout the world. He recently released his debut album “Ten Lanu Chaim.” In July Berson will assume the pulpit at Kehillat Israel.