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Miami Boys Choir Concert! With Yumi Lowy and Ari B!

Miami Boys Choir Concert! With Yumi Lowy and Ari B!

For the first time ever!
A Simchas Yom Tov with Miami!

Yerachmiel Begun and the Miami Boys Choir performing amazing new songs and dances from their latest smash album, Me Lashem Ailai, and other Miami Classics.

Miami is the only authentic choir that continues to sing live in concert, with no pre-recorded choir vocals the audience hearing. And, you know you will be treated to a performance you can be sure will inspire and entertain you and your family with true torah values.

Also starring singing sensation, Yumi Lowy, singing from hit hit debut album. And featuring great guitarist Ari Boiangiu with the Shirainu Orchestra.

Chol Hamoed Succos
Tues. October 18, 2pm
Separate Seating only.
Accompanied by Shirainu Orchestra
The Palace – Grand Ballroom
in Boro Park/Flatbush Ditmas & Mcdonald aves.
All seats reserved – see jewishtickets for seating chart.
Special level suites available.
Groups 718 809 9744
Busses by Monsey Tours, from Crown Heights & Williamsburg.
Right at the f trains top of Ditmas avenue.
Valet parking available.

Tickets available at JewishTickets.com. Groups 718-809-9744.
For a sneak video preview go to MiamiBoysChoir.com.

Miami will also be performing in Baltimore on October 16 and New Brunswick, NJ on October 17.

Tickets available at JewishTickets.com or by calling 718-809-9744. For a sneak video preview go to MiamiBoysChoir.com



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