What is that? Who is that? Where is that?
ABD stands for Ami, Binyomin and Dovid.
It all started one Simchas Torah between Hakofos, an idea was born among three friends in Toronto “lets get together and record a song”
Two years later “a song” became 11 wonderfully diverse and beautiful songs which are sure to become classics.
The compositions on ABD range from Ballads to Disco, A ccappella to Rock, Latin to Celtic and everything in between.
As different as each tune is from the next, there is a common thread of Achdus and warmth throughout the album.
ABD managed to attract the attention of some of Jewish music’s most well know composers and arrangers.
The result, ABD, an album you will enjoy for a long time and share with family and friends. Proceeds from the album will go to Yeshivas Nefesh Dovid .
About Yeshivas Nefesh Dovid:
The first Jewish high school of its kind in the world, Yeshivas Nefesh Dovid (YND) channels the knowledge of Torah into the hearts, minds and lives of deaf and hard-of-hearing young men. YND, with its sterling secular educational program, is a valuable support system for this population throughout the global Jewish community. YND accepts young men in their teens from yeshivos, Jewish Day Schools and public schools and addresses all of the emotional and academic challenges that those with hearing loss typically deal with on a daily basis regardless of mode of communication.
A unique aspect of the program is the presence of role models who are deaf or hard-of-hearing themselves, including Rabbi Kakon, the Rosh Yeshiva (dean) and co-founder Dr. Hart Bressler,MD. In addition to trained and qualified rebbeim, sign language interpreting services, speech pathology, audiology services and an
array of recreational activities all complement the program.
Since its inception, YND’s current home base at the Yeshiva Gedolah of Toronto only serves to further integrate the students with hearing peers and the community at large.
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