List of Pages
- About Me
- Send Me a Note
- Copyright Notice
- Our Contributors
- On Liberal Democracy
- On Freedom of the Press
- Universal Declaration of Human Rights
- The Holocaust
- My Cancer Posts: 2012–2013
- The Happy Curmudgeon
- The Happy Yidisher Curmudgeon
- Yiddish Poets & Writers
- Yiddish Performance of the Week
- Photo of the Day
- Tales of Montreal
Sunday, August 26, 2018
Niggun Jerusalem: Nożyk Synagogue in Warsaw (2007)
Niggun Jerusalem at a concert (September 9, 2007) at the Nożyk Synagogue in Warsaw, Poland, led by Cantors (Chazzanim) Joseph Malovany, Eric Freeman and Berel Zucker; piano: Alexander Velikovskiy. The concert is conducted by Alexander Tsaliuk. It is not only OK if you sing this aloud while watching, it is also encouraged. Enjoy. The full two-hour concert can be enjoyed [here]. This takes place as part of the 4th Singer’s Warsaw Jewish Culture Festival.
The Nożyk Synagogue, an Orthodox shul, is the sole surviving synagogue in Warsaw; it was completed in 1902, demolished by the Nazis during the Second World War (1939–1945) and the rebuilding process completed in 1983. For more about the Jewish community in Warsaw, Poland, go [here].
About 10,000 Jews reside in Poland, led by Chief Rabbi Michael Schudrich, who was born and raised in New York City, and who emigrated to Poland in 1990, the country which his grandparents left before the Second World War.