Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Yossie Beren - Ki Nicham - Official Audio

Yossie Beren is no stranger to Jewish music. He emerged onto the music scene briefly as the lyricist, writing lyrics for Michoel Pruzansky’s hit ballad “Show Me The Way” and a few years later writing “Illuminations” (a single produced for RCCS).

Yossie has always been enamored with Jewish music, and not only write lyrics, but has been composing his own songs for years. After meeting Jewish music maven Yossi Zweig, Beren realized that he now had the proper connection to help him produce and release some his own music to the world.

This song “Ki Nicham,” is the first single from Yossie Beren and it features vocals recorded by Yossie himself. Ki Nicham recalls the splendor of the Bais Hamikdash through the melody that Yossie composed at the foot of the kosel many years ago. The song was produced and arranged by the mega talented Mendy Portnoy. Mendy knew how to keep the song simple yet modern, with beautiful instrumentation yet uncomplicated. It is our hope that this song inspires you and may we all merit the coming of Moshiach bekarov.

Patient Plays Violin During Brain Surgery

Professional musician Dagmar Turner played her violin while undergoing brain surgery at King’s College Hospital London.

The brain tumour was successfully removed becoming the first procedure of its kind in the UK.

Ms Turner was diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2013.

While under general anaesthetics , the melodies helped the surgeons avoid the areas of her brain used for playing her musical instrument.

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

The Regesh Choir - Debut Video

Two years ago, a brand new choir emerged into the simcha scene and started performing to the heimishe/chassidishe crowd. Their name, the Regesh Choir. Unlike a lot of choirs out there today, Regesh is a pure chassidishe musical choir.

Now Regesh Choir is ready to show the world at large what a simcha with Regesh looks like and more importantly, sounds like. In this video from a recent simcha, Regesh performs the song V’Omar Bayom Hahu, a classic from the talented composer R’ Benzion Shenker A”H.

Sit back and relax as the harmonious voices of Regesh Choir fill your speakers, and feel the warmth and “Regesh.”.

For inquiries or to book Regesh Choir today, please call: 845-883-8117

Filmed at: Wilchowitz Hall- Monsey, NY
Filmed by: Motty Engel
Editing by: On-Dot Studio
Keyboard:.Avrum David Lunger

Monday, February 17, 2020

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Asher Bara - Shea Berko, Shulem Brodt & Yedidim Choir

A magnificent performance at a wedding in Ateres Chaya, where Shea Berko, Avrumi Berko, Yedidim Choir and Shulem Brodt performed the familiar words to a new tune.

The song composed by Avrumi specifically for this occasion. At their brothers wedding, performing this song had additional meaning for Shea & Avrumi. Watch as they synch harmoniously creating this sensational piece.

Composed by: Avrumi Berko
Vocals: Shea Berko, Shulem Brodt
Choir: Yedidim Choir
Music: Avrumi Berko Production
Video produced: Studio 62
Sponsored by: Sunnlite

Avi - Pinny Schachter - Composed by Benzion Klatzko

Rabbi Klatzko took a group of students to the Auschwitz  Death Camp to remember and learn from the tragedy of the Holocaust. Upon exiting the camp, Rabbi Klatzko met the Yeshivas Maarava of Rabbi Baruch Chait . Rabbi Klatzko was asked to share a few words with the bachurim. Rather than grasping for words where there are none, Rabbi Klatzko chose to teach them a new song he had recently composed. Immediately, the bachurim picked it up and in a matter of moments, the entire Yeshiva was swaying in a circle, arm in arm, singing the song, "Avi" with great emotion.

We see atrocities and say, "Why have You abandoned me?" However, on second thought, we say to ourselves "Why have we abandoned You, our Creator, our Father." We respond, that we will return to You, our Father, insisting on declaring that You are our Creator, Avi Avi Avi. The song ends with the recognition that Hashem's love for us is eternal and we ache for that love now and forever. is the world’s largest Jewish social network, an organization consisting of a global social media platform and app that assists people to find places for Shabbos, Shidduchim, Jobs and Chevrusas. is active in 187 countries. To donate to our worthy cause,

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Vocals and Arrangements by Pinny Schachter
Melody and Lyrics by Rabi Benzion Klatzko
Produced, Mixed and Mastered by Jeremy (Yaakov) Englander
Violins by Jim Queen with thanks to Miriam Hershkop
Video and Musical Production - Rabbi Benzion Klatzko

Mordechai Ben David - Highlights from Meirim Dinner

Motzei Shabbos February 15  2020, London, UK

Sunday, February 16, 2020

LIVE - ATIME Shas-a-Thon

LIVE - ATIME Shas-a-Thon

10:00 AM - The Entire Shas in a Day
Watch live as the entire Shas is studied under one roof.
To bring hope to couples struggling with infertility.
6:45 PM - Live Siyum Celebration
Watch the inspiring Hadran, rousing musical performances by
Avraham Fried & Family and uplifting kumzitz and dancing.

Live feed sponsored by Mr. Marc Jason in honor of Moshe Danzger

Guinness World Record Biggest Firework

The new Guinness World Record for the Largest Aerial Firework. 62inch firework over Steamboat Springs Colorado. February 8, 2020.

Tateny'u - Yoely Brown & Dudi Linker - Music Video

Every once in a while, someone re-introduces an old song and introduces it to a new generation. Classics are always classic, no matter how much time has passed.

Undoubtedly, one of the biggest hits of Jewish music and Mordechai Ben David’s career is the golden oldie “Daddy Dear” originally recorded on his L'kovod Yom Tov album. This song speaks of a son asking his father when Moshiach will come. It’s a heartfelt prayer and shows how much we yearn for Moshiach.

Yoel Brown is proud to present “Tatenyu.” The song known as Daddy Dear, now featuring all-new original Yiddish lyrics, was filmed with a breathtaking music video written by the famous Badchan Yoel himself. One of Brown’s specialties is his ability to write and sing about any topic and it goes right into the listener's heart.

Tatenyu features the stunning voice of wonderkid Dudi Linker, who continues to shine and play the part of the son to perfection. These two amazing talents will leave you weeping, and begging our father in heaven to fill his cups with the tears so Moshiach can finally come.

Michoel Schnitzler’s Surprise Arrival At Rafi’s Siyum