Special needs band performs for President Peres

At open house event held in honor of Succot, president joins children, tries his hand at playing darbuka drum.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 3, 2012 23:35
President Peres with special needs band

Peres Shalva band. (photo credit: Yair Chovav)

 
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A band of special needs children from the Shalva organization put on a show for President Shimon Peres on Wednesday, during an "open house" event held at his residence in honor of Succot.



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The president joined the children and tried his hand at playing the darbuka drum.

The children performed two songs: Shir Le Ahava (song for love) and Od Yavo Shalom Aleinu (peace will come to us).

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