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“One Hundred Thousand People Unite In Dance In Honor Of The Torah”

“One Hundred Thousand People Unite In Dance In Honor Of The Torah”

In a special video that was released on the eve of Shavuot the time when we celebrate receiving the Torah, we see the closing dancing at the recent Dirshu Siyum Hashas which was held in Israel, London, Manchester, Paris, and the USA.

The orchestra performed at all of Siyum Hashas endings that were attended by as many as 100,000 people. In the video below you can see all the singers who accompanied the chaburei siyum throughout the world, and the power and excitement of the each of these chaburas can be seen.

Credits:
Performers/Singers: Motty Steinmetz, Zanvil Weinberger, Areleh Samet, Isaac Honig, Eli Herzlich, Shlomie Cohen, Yisroel Adler
Orchestra: Hamenagnim conducted by Moishy Roth
Voices: Malchus Choir conducted by Pinchas Bichler
Children’s Choir: Chassidimlech

The United States featuring the Shira Choir
Yiddish Nachas and the Freilach Orchestra
And all under the direction of legendary conductor Rabbi Moshe Mona Rosenblum

Technical Production:
Israel: Michael Keflin
Europe: Fleischmann & Pels
USA: Ari Frankel
Photographers: Moti Rabinovich
Musical Production: Shalom Vagshal VMP Productions.
Mix: Chaim Gottesman
Video Editing: Hershis
Multimedia: Visual Live
May US Photo: Yankee Teitelbaum
PR: Israel Berger



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