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Photo Gallery of HASC 27 A Time For Music

Photo Gallery of HASC 27 A Time For Music

Last night at Avery Fisher Hall in New York City, HASC presented it’s 27th, “A Time For Music”, celebrating 40 years of Camp Hasc. The sold out show featured Avraham Fried, 8th Day, Benny Friedman, Ohad, Baruch Levine, Diaspora Yeshiva Band, Abie Rotenberg, and surprise guests Ari Goldwag and Ieshula Ishakis. One of the highlights [&hellip

OutOfTowner Reviews HASC 25

OutOfTowner Reviews HASC 25

                    Here is a review that I started writing months ago and never completed. With HASC 26 coming up in the very near future, I decided now was the perfect time to complete it! Ever since I started writing reviews for JMR, I have always had [&hellip

HASC 26: Mordechai Ben David & Avraham Fried

HASC 26: Mordechai Ben David & Avraham Fried

The HASC Summer Program Presents, A Time for Music 26! Featuring for the first time since HASC 17, Mordechai Ben David! If that isn’t enough, MBD will be paired with Avraham Fried! A concert lineup that we have not seen in many years. With both MBD and Fried still pumping out huge hits, this is [&hellip

HASC 25: A Time for Celebration Double CD/DVD Available!

HASC 25: A Time for Celebration Double CD/DVD Available!

The 25th HASC, A Time for Music concert is now available on Double CD and DVD. This 25th Mazel Tov celebration can now be enjoy by all, those who werent able to be there, and re enjoyed by those who were! For a full recap from our very own Kol Isha click here to read [&hellip

[Official Photos] HASC 25 PHOTO GALLERY

[Official Photos] HASC 25 PHOTO GALLERY

JMR received many beautiful photos from the HASC 25 A Time for Music Concert by Stan Weiss. We picked a JMR exclusive 25 stunning shots to celebrate the 25th show! Be sure to see more photos at the HASC concert website here. Please also enjoy our in depth recap of the night by Kol Isha [&hellip

HASC 25 Videos – UPDATED

Some youTube videos that have popped up online since last night. [Note: JMR did not upload these videos, and they are not on JMR’s YouTube account] Avraham Fried Singing “My Zaidy” From Moshe Yess At HASC 25! Yoel Sharabi Singing “Mi Shemamin” At HASC 25! Ohad singing “Barcelona&#

The Music & Magic of HASC 24

The Music & Magic of HASC 24

I was never really a fan of Hasc concert cd’s, I preferred my self made mixes of the songs and singers I like over the many performing artists at a Hasc Concert. Listening to Hasc 24 made me see this concert and its music in a different light. The first thing I realized was that [&hellip

Review of HASC: The Remastered Collectors Edition Part 1 (Volumes 1-3)

Review of HASC: The Remastered Collectors Edition Part 1 (Volumes 1-3)

Aderet’s recent release of the digitally remastered HASC’s A Time For Music Concerts Collection: 1-7 has brought back some very fond memories of my youth.   Let me explain. Nowadays, Jewish Music is a much larger and more sophisticated industry than it was back then. The HASC concert was the biggest and most anticipated event [&hellip

FINAL HASC DUET ANNOUNCED – Avraham Fried & Benny Friedman

FINAL HASC DUET ANNOUNCED – Avraham Fried & Benny Friedman

The annual HASC concert is presenting an entirely new format for it’s 24th year in concert. This year producer, Suki & Ding present HASC 24: A Time For Duets. The concert has already announced duets featuring Abie Rotenberg & Baruch Levine, Lipa Schmeltzer & Shloime Gertner, Ohad and Yehuda Green, and Shalsheles and Shalsheles Jr. [&hellip

HASC 24 Announcement of Partial Cast!

HASC 24 Announcement of Partial Cast!

Suki & Ding present. HASC 24: A Time For Duets. Featuring Abie Rotenberg & Baruch Levine, Lipa & Shloime Gertner and Ohad and Yehuda Green. Future duet announcements will be made on October 31st, and November 20th! The concert will take place January 9th, 2011 at Lincoln Center, Avery Fisher Hall. Hosted by Nachum Segal, [&hellip

HASC 23: Our Picks!

HASC 23:  Our Picks!

Ah, summer. Most people are thinking about long summer days, tall glasses of ice cold lemonade and a chance to relax. But not me. The end of June means school is out, my kids want to be entertained and I spend half my life driving carpool. So while most people are daydreaming about lazy summer [&hellip