Yaakov Shwekey and Avraham Fried to perform benefit concert in Jerusalem

Proceeds from concert will directly support the volunteers of United Hatzalah of Israel.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
September 30, 2015 21:32
 Yaakov Shwekey

POPULAR HASSIDIC singer Yaakov Shwekey. (photo credit: FACEBOOK)

 
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Popular American hassidic singer Yaakov Shwekey will be performing tonight at 7:15 p.m. at Jerusalem’s International Convention Center in honor of United Hatzalah. Shwekey will be joined by special guest Avraham Fried. Proceeds from concert will directly support the volunteers of United Hatzalah of Israel.

The organization’s lifesaving community emergency medical response service is offered at no cost across Israel. The event also will honor world-renowned philanthropist Leonardo Farkas, of Chile, who will be dedicating a wall in the Great Synagogue in honor of United Hatzalah of Israel volunteers in the same week. Opening for Fried and Shwekey is the Moetzet by Yishay Lapidot.

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For more info and tickets visit www.concertinisrael.com.

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