Checkout is disabled during Shabbos and Yom Tov
0
  • Your Cart is Empty

Shua Kessin with Special Guest Moshe Hecht, Calrbeach Kumzitz, VIDEO/PICS

by Jewish Music Reporter November 14, 2011

A full video rebroadcast of the event is available now on the link below ,enjoy.

http://matzav.com/videos/kessin.wmv

This past Motzoe Shabbos Nov.12th, Child Life Society and Matzav.com proudly presented Jewish music sensation Shua Kessin with special guest Moshe Hecht and the renowned Mezamrim choir, led by Chilu Posen, with music by S&S productions in a special kumzitz commemorating the yahrtzeit and featuring the compositions of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach.
The kumzitz – with full audio and video – was web-casted, powered and hosted by Matzav.com, allowing people all over the word to watch it from their homes. Tens of thousands of viewers all over the globe logged on to enjoy this beautiful and unified evening of song.
The kumzitz took place live beginning at 9:30 p.m. at Minyan Shelanu, located at 145 Ocean Avenue (Route 88) in Lakewood, NJ. The event concluded shortly before midnight, following a stunning 2 1/2 hours of heartwarming music. The event was a smashing success by all accounts.
New for 2011, in addition to technology upgrades, including stunning videography by L’Chaim Studios and the highest sound quality in the field by Stratton Sound, was the participation of noted Jewish radio personality Nachum Segal’s Saturday Night Segal show, which web-casted live from the kumzitz at www.nachumsegal.com. The show featured its regular host, Yoni Korbman, and Nachum Segal himself.
Thank you to the following people for being part of the event and ensuring its success:
Extra special thanks to: Child Life Society, the primary sponsors of the event. Readers may visit www.childlifesociety.org. & donate
Thanks as well to:
– Shua Kessin – the one and only
– Simcha Wenger and S&S Productions (ansandspro@gmail.com) – on the road to greatness in the world of Jewish music
– Rav Chaim Abadi and Minyan Shelanu of Lakewood
– Chilu Posen and the Mezamrim Choir, including Shauly Waldner, Chaimy Deutch and Don Stern
– Nachum Segal, Yoni Korbman and the Saturday Night Segal show
– Chaim Rosen of L’Chaim Studios
– Reb Naftoli Greenwald
– Yossi Tepper of The Video Maven
– Psachya Skaist – video
– Calev Stratton Sound
– Moshe Hecht – whose new album, Heart Is Alive, is available everywhere
– Dovid Makovsky and the entire Matzav.com staff
– The ultra-talented musicians: Yaakov Zeines – keyboards; Yisroel Ament – acoustic guitar; Sammy Kissel – electric guitar; Jeremy Benabou (Westmount Auto Leasing) – percussion; Yonason Rothman – violin; and Meyer Rosenbaum – flute.
– The media outlets and others who helped publicize the event and webcast, including: The Lakewood Shopper (Yaakov Wenger), Yated Ne’eman, The Lakewood Voice (Ari Berkowitz and Yitzy Levi), Minyan Shelanu, Hamodia, Matzav Email Blasts, The Lakewood Scoop, Kol Mevaser, & all blogs including Jewish Music Report, Jewish Insights, Shlager.net, The Cool Jew, Mostly Music & others
– And finally, to the “player to be named later,” the nekudah tovah, the one who gets it done. Period. Thanks a million.
A full video rebroadcast of the event is available now here ,enjoy.

Jewish Music Reporter
Jewish Music Reporter


Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.


Also in News & Updates

Preview for Benny Friedman – Spread the Light – Israel

by Jewish Music Reporter February 20, 2017

Coming soon! Preview for Benny Friedman – Spread the Light – Israel Sneak peek. Coming soon! Short travel vlog (video log, yes?) of trip to Israel we did a few weeks ago. Stay tuned for the full rendition. pic.twitter.com/yRzM4YVlAm — Benny Friedman (@BennysMusic) February 20, 2017 &nbsp
Read More
It’s Here! The new single from Reb Shloime Taussig – Ein Gedula!

by Jewish Music Reporter February 19, 2017

Download MP3 here. fter the hit Mai Dehava which was very successful, Reb Shloime Taussig is coming back with another new song in anticipation of his new album. Reb Taussig turned to chassidic composer R’ Meshulem Greenberger in order to take the idea of “do not say to Hashem how big your troubles are, tell your troubles how big Hashem is.” into [&hellip
Read More
LEV TAHOR – LTV – COMING ROSH CHODESH ADAR

by Jewish Music Reporter February 16, 2017

Lev Tahor is back and better than before with “Lev Tahor – LTV”, the group’s fifth studio album and its first in the last 10 years. With rousing dance tracks, beautiful ballads and thumping beats, these songs will get you out of your seat. There is already buzz about the album, that includes the hit [&hellip
Read More
News & Updates

Sign up to get the latest on sales, new releases and more …