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Mendel “the Sheichet” at Simchas Beis Hashoeiva Pittsburgh

by Sheichet October 08, 2009

Lubavitch Center of Pittsburgh, held their annual Simchas Beis Hashoeiva for 5770 on Tuesday with music by the Moshe Pekkar Orchestra and singer/songwriter Mendel “the Sheichet”.

The orchestra consisted of Moshe Pekkar and Kivi Bernhardt on Keyboards, Rabbi Mordechai Rosenberg on Sax, Rabbi Sholom Cohen on Clarinet, Yitzchok Cowen on Trombone, Hatomim Yitzi Rothman on Drums and vocalist Mendel “the Sheichet” Markel.

As the niggunim were played to pulsing colored lights, the community engaged in lively dancing in the streets which were blocked off courtesy of the Pittsburgh Police Department. Refreshments were generously sponsored by Mr. Hertzl Fakiro.

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