The NY Cantors perform live at SummerStage
In Association with Capital One City Parks Foundation SummerStage,
National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene at the Museum of Jewish Heritage — A Living Memorial to the Holocaust
The New York Cantors (as seen on PBS)
Yaakov (Yanky) Lemmer, Azi Schwartz, and Netanel Hershtik
Conducted by Zalmen Mlotek
With Special Guests Shulem and Frank London
MC: Rabbi Joseph Potasnik
Wednesday, June 12, 7 PM (Doors open at 6 PM)
at SummerStage in Central Park
enter at E 72nd St. and 5th Ave.
FREE OUTDOOR CONCERT
(seating on a first come, first served basis)
For sponsorship opportunities call 212-213-2120 Ext. 208
From last year’s NYTF and Capital One City Parks Foundation Summerstage concert. photo: Victor Nechay
The National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene at the Museum of Jewish Heritage — A Living Memorial to the Holocaust is proud to present The New York Cantors, a concert by three young Cantorial superstars which originally aired on PBS in March 2018 and was seen by millions of viewers on over 150 channels. The Cantors lead three vibrant congregations in the New York area – Azi Schwartz at Park Avenue Synagogue, Yanky Lemmer at Lincoln Square Synagogue and Netanel Hershtik at The Hamptons Synagogue.
They will be accompanied by a 16 piece orchestra, conducted by NYTF Artistic Director Zalmen Mlotek. Special guests joining the show include Shulem, a young Chassidic singing star and recently signed Universal Music/Decca Gold recording artist; Grammy-winning klezmer icon Frank London, a founding member of the Klezmatics, who will perform the world premiere of his new klezmer concerto for trumpet; and emcee Rabbi Joseph Potasnik, Chairman of the New York Board of Rabbis and co-host of “The Rabbi and the Rev” weekly radio program on WABC.
Azi Schwartz performs “Ose Shalom” for PBS’s “The New York Cantors”
Capital One City Parks Foundation SummerStage is New York’s largest free outdoor performing arts festival. SummerStage annually presents approximately 100 performances in 15-18 parks throughout the five boroughs. With performances ranging from American pop, Latin, world music, dance and theater, SummerStage fills a vital niche in New York City’s summer arts festival landscape. Since its inception 34 years ago, more than six million people from New York City and around the world have enjoyed SummerStage. Capital One is the Title Sponsor of SummerStage. For more information, visit www.SummerStage.org.