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Tag: Matthew Lazar
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Veteran musician Matthew Lazar said in a recent interview that “singing in a choir is paradigmatic of community,” but a choir, as shown by the 18th annual HaZamir Festival and Gala Concert, also creates community.
Held on March 27, the concert featured nearly 300 members of...