The Camp HASC Concert: New York City
The renown David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center was filled to capacity this week, for A Time for Music 29. The sold out show was an elaborate and masterful production by Eli Gerstner & EG Productions, and was an unforgettable evening full of highlights.
There were so many special moments during the close to 4 hour event, as thousands joined together in support of Camp HASC and enjoyed the penultimate Jewish music experience of the year.
Superstar headliner Yaakov Shwekey dazzled the crowd with hit after hit, while the engaged crowd sang, danced, cried and were swept off their feet along with him.
Accompanied by the powerful Yosis Symphonic Orchestra, conducted by the super talented Yoeli Dikman & Rafi Greidy on an amazing stage filled with over 140 Screens & 200 lights, the performers were supported by the beautiful backup vocals of The Zemiros Choir, Six13 & the debut of the Sephardic Boys Choir.
From the soaring harmonies of Lev Tahor, to the rocking tribute for Yosi Piamentaz’l… 8th Day’s electrifying and spirited set… the dazzling piano of Yaron Gershovsky… the timeless, heartfelt songs of R’ Abie Rotenberg and the music ofJourneys… the soulful of Yonatan Razel who joined us from Yerushalayim… it was an unforgettable and inspiring night of music, Ruach and Achdus.
United States Senator Charles Schumer and Camp HASC Chairman of the BoardJeremy Strauss addressed the crowd, and spoke of the importance of supporting Camp HASC.
Due to the generosity of our sponsors, dozens of our special campers were treated to a great night out, and A Time For Music 29 was our most successful fundraiser yet!
Special Thanks to our office staff and Development team, Yonatan Sklar and the Camp HASC Ambassadors, our generous sponsors, and to all of those who joined us for the evening.
Looking forward to continuing the success of The Camp HASC Concert across America, coming soon to a city near you! Stay tuned for details…