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Yochi Briskman Orchestra Ft. Simcha Leiner & Mezamrim

Yochi Briskman Orchestra Ft. Simcha Leiner & Mezamrim

Purim might be over, but the Yochi Briskman Orchestra and Simcha Leiner are here to bring more simcha and dancing your way.

In the above clip at a recent wedding, they are joined by the talented voices of the Mezamrim Choir, performing some of the biggest hits from across the globe. From Meilech Kohn‘s “Veohavto” to the mega Israeli hit “Mehapecha Shel Simcha.”

This performance is packed with so much energy, we doubt you can sit still which watching it.

The other songs in the set include: Nasseh (New song from Leiner Live in OIdessa), Vyazor (Levy Falkowitz) and Emes (Shmuli Ungar).
So sit back and enjoy the performance that only the Yochi Briskman Orchestra can bring to your Simcha.

Credits:
Yochi Briskman Orchestra
Vocals: Simcha Leiner
Choir: Mezamrim – Chilu Posen
Audio mixed by: AJ Greenwald
Live sound by: Koby Netanel
Video by: Neumann Media
Recorded live at Lake Terrace
Special thanks to the Horowitz and Shechter families



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