Cantor Tzvi Weiss With A New Singlee “Boee Be’shalom”

Cantor Tzvi Weiss With A New Singlee “Boee Be’shalom”

Cantor Tzvi Weiss Cantor Tzvi Weiss (29), is a graduate of the Tel Aviv Cantor Institute which is managed by Cantor Naftali Hershtick, student of Dr. Mordechai Sobol and the greatest of this generation’s cantors, Moshe Shtern. Amongst other things, Weiss serves as head cantor in the Goren Shul in Tel Aviv. He passes before the holy-ark in Jewish communities worldwide and from time to time performs in prestigious concerts.

Towards Tu B’ Av and chapter 2 of the summer marriage season, Weiss is releasing a new single titled “Boee Be’shalom”, composed and arranged by Yotam Segal, his first single from the album, that God willing will see light towards the coming High Holidays. The Album’s producer Yehuda Kalman says: “although the new single doesn’t necessary reflect the character of the coming album, imagine stepping under the marriage canopy with “Boee Be’shalom” in the background, with Cantor Tvi Weiss’s unique voice accompanied by a string quartet—a wonderful, deeply touching and unforgettable experience”.

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