An evening of songs and music merging Chasidic and classical chords was held Monday night in Crown Heights by master pianist Yisroel Adelson, Berel Zucker and Levi Kaplan.
By Anash.org reporter
Photos: David Katash/Anash.org
An evening of songs and music merging the worlds of Chasidic and classical music was held Monday night in Crown Heights.
The event was organized by master-pianist Yisroel Adelson in memory of his mentor Reb Yoel Kahn, the Rebbe’s chief choizer.
Chazan Berel Zucker and Rabbi Levi Kaplan uplifted the crown with heartfelt Niggunim. They were accompanied by Daniel Zinn playing the violin, Daniel Hass on Cello, and Yisroel Adelson on the piano.
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