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Dancing in the streets concert with Pruz!

by JMDerech October 06, 2009

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I was in the Chicago area for the chag and I saw the poster for a concert with Michoel Pruzansky! There was no way I was going to miss this tremendous superstar of a voice sing! The best past was… It was entirely free! Woohoo!

The concert started with local warm up singers, including A.Y. Karsh, a famous YouTuber and Acapella singer in the Chicago area. The concert was called – Michoel Pruzansky and Mesamechai Leiv Orchestras Live in Chicago at Bnei Ruven’s “Dancing in the Streets 2009″ – And boy was there a lot of dancing in the streets. The mood was festive and there was plenty of good food to go around. A great time overall. Here are some pictures that I took and a short video clip.

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