Dudu Fisher in the Media- December
Dudu Fisher in powerful ‘Jewish Unity’ concert
The sold out crowd of 3,000 at the majestic Kings Theater in Flatbush, Brooklyn was comprised of Jews of all ages and backgrounds.
The sold out crowd of 3,000 at the majestic Kings Theater in Flatbush, Brooklyn was comprised of Jews of all ages and backgrounds, from unaffiliated to Orthodox, from Litvish to Chassidish, from Sefardic to Ashkenazi.
If music has the ability to excite, imagine an evening packed with duets, cherished tunes, memorial tributes, moving images and to top it off – an actual wedding of a bride and groom who are children of Holocaust survivors.
“We wanted people to feel inspired and uplifted by the show. The message was, Judaism does not equal tragedy and death, but rather continuity and life,” says Daniel Finkelman, who produced and directed the show along with executive producer and composer Cecelia Margules along with Lev Rivkin. Co-producers were Shlomi Cohen, Victoria Zirkiev and Zvika Bornstein.