My Town: HaZamir Choir Makes Carnegie Hall Debut

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CLEVELAND — The city’s own HaZamir Jewish High School Choir is set to perform in New York City’s Carnegie Hall.

The choir will perform on Sunday, March 30 at 3 p.m.

The Jewish Federation of Cleveland hosts nine teens from sister city Beit Shean in Israel who will also perform with 18 local teens. In all, the concert will host more than 300 singers from choirs across the U.S. and Israel.

Teens from Beit Shean visited Cleveland for one week before their Carnegie Hall debut. Beit Shean is only the second HaZamir chapter in Israel.

For more information about the choir and future performances, click here.

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