Zamir Chorale of Boston announces that there will be a performance with the Jerusalem Academy Choir at Northeastern’s New Fenway Center in a special three-choir concert at
on October 26 at 7:30 p.m.
Artistic Director Joshua Jacobson, who is also Director of Choral Activities at
Northeastern, will conduct sets by NU’s choir and Zamir, followed by a performance
by the Jerusalem Academy Chamber Choir (JACC), considered one of the finest musical
groups in Israel. For the finale, all three choirs will share the stage.
The JACC, comprised of 30 music students and led by Stanley Sperber, is also
celebrating its 40th anniversary. Sperber, founded the Zamir Chorale in 1960 in New York and inspired Jacobson to form the Zamir Chorale of Boston in 1969. The JACC has performed with the Israel
Philharmonic Orchestra, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, and the Israel Chamber
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Open Sing Back by Popular Demand
On Sunday, December 7 at 3:00 p.m., don’t miss the third annual Open Sing at Temple
Reyim in Newton. This year, in addition to favorite choruses from Handel’s glorious
Judas Maccabaeus, we will sing great synagogue motets by Renaissance master Salamone
Rossi. Maestro Jacobson will offer fascinating historical background on this prolific
composer. Singers of all abilities and listeners welcome! Vocal scores will be
Tickets available at the door only: Adults, $10; Students and Seniors, $8.