Moshe Louk just released a single in response to antisemitism. The single is called Yerushalayim.
Moshe Louk is a well known and respected composer and poet. With his vocal abilities, he has traveled worldwide, including North Africa, where he performed for many crowds. His professional career began in his youth. He was born and raised in France, where he lived, breathed, and dreamed music. He inherited his love for poetry and music from his father, R’ Rephoel, and from his uncle R’ Chaim Louk, a known scholar and poet.
When he was 14 years old he was attacked by anti-Semites. Right then he realized that music is life, music is the soul. He made aliyah to Eretz Yisroel, enrolled in music school, and learned from the famous R’ Chaim Bitton. He appeared on stage and paved his way as an accomplished soloist. Moshe instructs and teaches poetry across Israel as community service funded by the Avi Chai foundation and Shirim v’Shoroshim which is sponsored by the Ministry of Education. In addition to all this work, Moshe has appeared at many chasidic events armed with a rich musical repertoire that is very diverse.
These days Moshe is paving the way with his single called Yerushalayim.
It is a moving and touching ballad that he wrote.
Composition & arrangements by Doron Elimelech.
Click PLAY below to hear the song
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