Monday, January 13, 2014

Video Collection Of Hasc 27 Concert

Avraham Fried, Abie Rotenberg, Benny Friedman, Ohad, 8th Day Baruch Levine, Ari Goldwag, and the reunion of the Diaspora Yeshiva Band headed by Avraham Rosenblum performed at the HASC A Time For Music 27 concert Sunday night, celebrating 40 years of Camp Hasc. The concert featured the Shira Choir alongside the Neginah orchestra conducted by Yisroel Lamm. Hosted by Nachum Segal. January 12, 2013 at Avery Fisher Hall in New York City.

Avraham Fried singing "Bentch" from his latest album, composed by Pinky Weber.

Baruch Levine singing Uforatzta with the Shir V'Shevach Boys Choir, conducted by Chaim Meir Fligman.

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Benny Friedman

Benny from another angle.

8th Day

Baruch Levine

Ari Goldwag



Avraham Fried

Abie Rotenberg and Baruch Levine performing Little Neshamala

Abie Rotenberg,Baruch Levine and Avraham Fried performing Vzakeinu

Abie Rotenberg,Baruch Levine and Ari Goldwag

Abie Rotenberg,Baruch Levine and Benny Friedman performing Chossen Hatorah

Abie Rotenberg,Baruch Levine and 8th Day performing Yeshiveshe Reid

Diaspora performing Ivdu with Avraham Fried,8th Day and Benny Friedman


Anonymous said...

what the heck has happened to ohel and hasc orchestras! i know the economy is tight and im not excpecting a 60 piece band but come on - at a AVERAGE israeli concert theres at least a 12 piece orchestra. this is just ridiculous. its so bad. ps this is the first year that i am NOT getting the dvd and i refuse to! the only way i will have any interest in hasc again is if another unforgettable moments comes out with footage from the early hascs, or if the next hasc has mbd again

Anonymous said...

apparently i was too generous - according to a persont here last night there was no more than a 10 or 11 piece band, it may have only been about 9 piece

Anonymous said...

Dear Anoynymous,
The whole HASC is for tzedokeh ,who cares how many pieces band there was.....The main thing is the singers were good and the crowd loved it.....

Anonymous said...

yeh great whats next a one man keyboard? hasc is supposed to be the pinacle of jewish music and look at it, an embaressing small band

Anonymous said...

People don't care about how many piece band will play, the main thing is the entertainment people enjoy themselves, money well spend(tzedokah),forget about the band, look at the performers, and were the money went to....

Anonymous said...

haha no hasc 27 dvd this year, had it confirmed by mostlymusic to me. it seems the producders finally realise how lame their 8 piece orchestras come across, and how hasc just does not look like a big time concert anymore