Below is a recording is of the legendary Cantor Moshe Koussevitzky chanting the Ato Yotzarto prayer. This prayer is recited during the Sabbath morning service when it coincides with the first day of the Jewish month.
The audio is not the best, as the recording is from a live service
From his earliest days as a child soloist in Jerusalem’s Great Synagogue, it was evident that Netanel Hershtik was gifted and over the years he has appeared on concert stages throughout the world and continues to touch hearts and souls in his role as the cantor at The Hampton Synagogue.
At the prodigious age of six, Cantor Joseph Farkas began singing as alto soloist under many prominent cantors in New York- among them where such noted chazanim as Leibele Waldman, Mordechai Hershman, Pierre Pinchik, and Moshe Ganchoff.
After the interruption of world war II, when Cantor Farkas served as a
The first cantorial Concert that took place at the Shul of Bal Harbour in 1996, was also a cantorial musical tribute to The Lubavitcher Rebbe. The concert took place on March 13, 1996. Preforming at the concert were cantors: Yaakov Motzen, David Bagley, Benzion Miller Accompanied by: The Yuval